I am sorry that my post have been really sporadic lately….lots going on here these past few weeks. I have been working on several design jobs for some new clients…my bubs was in a car accident after having his license just one week (not his fault…he was rear ended and his car is totaled…oy), and other projects in the air—-so I haven’t sat down at my desk to write much this week. I am hoping to write more this weekend and share more soon;)
I wanted to share with you this design board for a new client. She has 2 daughters and one is in college. She asked my help to pull together a funky, cool, modern but soft and feminine room. I love the colors that are shown here…all very chill and ready to relax.
Hey guys! Sorry I didn’t get this post up yesterday….I am learning how to walk a 2 year old dog and a puppy. If you see me walking…just shake head and move on….I look like a show at the circus—but I..err WE are getting better everyday! Chloe has been such a great addition to our family. Stella is doing great with her. The first day or so Stella would “put her in her place” a bit….but has loosened up and now they are having fun playing. We have noticed that our yard seems to have shrunk…;)
Wanted to continue on with the last few rooms in the Homearama house. I hope that you all are enjoying the house tour. I know it was months ago but I am just now getting to all of the pictures that I wanted to eventually share with you all. If you’re just now joining us you can look back on all of the other rooms that I have shared in this house. This home is still available for sale and does qualify for a geothermal tax credit until the end of this year. So if you are local and you are looking to move into Norton Commons make sure you contact the Builder Mark Simpson and he would be happy to give you a private tour.
Hey yall! I have been trying to get a bunch of stuff finished up around the house….Chloe comes home tomorrow…so basically I will have a newborn again:) We are all very excited for little miss Chloe to join our brood. Been working on a few last minute projects here and there and also getting ready for a craft show that I signed up to do this fall. I will be selling clutches and other handmade gifts (most priced under $10! ) I hope to see some of you there! I will let you know the details as it gets closer:)
Wanted to continue the Homearama house tour today. If you are just now catching this you can see all the post on the sidebar Homearama tag. I thought I would lump all the other bathrooms together….
This home has a total of 3.5 bathrooms. The powder room is right off the main hallway leading back to the master suite.
Here’s the truth about the situation in my son’s room…seriously looks like the day we moved in. I literally have not touched this room and my goal this back-to-school season was too give him more of a bedroom that suits his personality and style. The convo went like this…”hey Con, mind if I update your room a bit?…” he’s all…”yes, that would be great…but no “vintage” stuff…you like the old stuff…I like new stuff…” Those were my only directions….I think I can handle that…
The room does not have a whole heck of a lot of space but plenty for him. My goal is to maximize the space and make it a little bit more efficient and put together. The good thing is that I don’t have to paint the walls:) I am going to have a painter come and paint the ceiling White. I do love the Navy but it totally sucks the light out of the room and with only one window, this room definitely lacks light. Here is what I am working with….
Hey yall! Back to school time in full swing here! Bubs started on Friday and peanut starts on Wednesday. Tomorrow will be the last day that I get up and drive my people to school—wow…hard to believe. They will be taking turns driving each other to school. Helps out that their schools are down the street from each other. It is weird though. When they get their license there is this whole new freedom—not just for them…but for me too. It is nice….but at the same time it is just one more milestone that comes and goes too quickly. They are gaining independence…and that is a good thing. I am happy for them….and just a little sad to see another chapter close—but 95% happy…only a tad sappy:) I keep repeating the mantra…I am here to help them be happy, independent people—and driving is just one more step to them living their own lives…and for that I feel very blessed and grateful.