13 Decorating Risks Totally Worth Taking in 2017
If decorating your digs took a backseat in 2016, a design resolution for 2017 is in order! Bite off what you can really chew by skipping the full home makeover
Our New (Green) Front Door - Emily A. Clark
I’m excited to finally show you our new front door. I didn’t realize how much I didn’t like the old one until we had this one installed. (I guess a cracked wood door can be a blessing in disguise, after all.) After looking at lots of different greens, I finally decided on Amazon Jungle and Read More
THE GREAT DEBATE: TO ACCENT WALL OR NOT TO ACCENT WALL - The Spiffy Company
Some tips on how to make accent walls work and how they can enhance your space and when NOT to do with your own accent walls
Design Reveal: Tanin's Big Boy Room - Project Nursery
The girls from J and J Design Group share the details of the big boy room they designed for a spunky two-year-old who was ready for the big transition.
Baby Whetstine Nursery Reveal!
I first introduced you to the Whetstine’s back in August when I set out to create a gender neutral nursery design for them. Now, several months later and just a couple short weeks from due d…
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HGTV Stars Paint Stripes
Familiar designers show off their favorite ideas for painting stripes in HGTV Magazine. Plus, find detailed instructions for each technique below.
How to create a woodland nursery
Pinterest just announced that the trendiest nursery theme for 2017 is...woodland! Here's how to create this gender-neutral theme for your baby's room.
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Get the Look: Adding Color To the Kitchen - Thistlewood Farm
Disclosure: I was compensated by eBay and Style Coalition for this post. But all collections and opinions are 100% mine. It all started with the rug. When I first saw it.....the kitchen finally made sense. Before the rug....I had the white cabinets and the white shelving and the gray counter tops and the white walls and the gray and white flooring. Can you tell? I like neutral and simple and classic. We are all friends. To read the rest of the post.... CLICK HERE