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Nursery Reveal

 The kids went back to school today and the Christmas has been put away.  I always seem to get “after holiday blues” so I am just now finally getting back into the swing of things.  While I was in CA I got two emails from some nursery bedding clients.  I always love to see the bedding in action.  First up is this absolutely adorable nursery for baby Corbin.  How darling is this room, couple, and baby!  It was a pleasure to be part of this nursery.  With the help of her idea, I did all of the crib bedding as well as the ottoman cover.  I am in love with the bench and the mobile she used too!

Photography by Still Frames Photography

Laurel - Love it!

Christy/Mom - Seriously, so cute!! It almost outshines the beautiful baby!! Such cute ideas…..

Nancy@OwensOlivia - Oh my word! That is so freaking cute! I wish I knew how to decorate like that. And you did a fantastic job on the ottoman! And I really like that mini day bed/bench thing (don't know what to call it). My recent addiction is gray/whitewashed furniture!

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Client Progress

It really is fun when decisions get made.  We have narrowed down the drapery fabric for a master bedroom that I have been helping with.  We will be using this beautiful Amboise Linen fabric by Schumacher.  It is seriously fabulous.
 And we will be doing some inverted pleat drapes like the picture below along with a  few roman shades to finish off window treatments.
Lonny

Nancy@OwensOlivia - That's going to look lovely. I can't wait to see the finale.

charmaine - Very nice! Can't wait to see!

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My latest craigslist find

Here she is…
I haven’t decided where she is going yet, Mabel’s room, entry way, or dining room. 
So that means I don’t know what color she will be either.

Here are a few inspiration faux bamboo pieces…
I’m saving my pennies so that I can get this lovely girl to paint it for me…her red one was fabulous.

Auburn - That Natty by Design red with the gold hardware is seriously TO. DIE. FOR. Nice craigslist find, by the way!

charmaine@mybestfriendcraig - Great find! Love the last one.

Nancy@OwensOlivia - okay, i really am jealous that you found an awesome piece of furniture . . . on craigslist! i'm a little envious too. so happy for you!! i can't wait to see the transformation! hurry, hurry, and save those pennies! i didn't realize you and nat lived near each other. isn't it awesome to have such great friends??

Anna White - Wow…she is a beauty indeed! I had a faux bamboo chest which I purchased for through Ebay…I ended up painting in a glossy black with brass handles…its still my favourite little piece of furniture in the home ; )

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Ivy and Piper deliver some goodness…

I received the latest issue of Ivy and Piper in my inbox last night and there are a few inspiration photos worth sharing.
These first few are from a party that Ivy and Piper had at their new headquarters.  I wouldn’t mind going to work here…
The Soft Contemporary article also delivered well…
 But for some reason, I just really love this room…
 Happy Monday!  Have a great week!

Nancy@OwensOlivia - thank you for introducing me to a new magazine. going to subscribe now.

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Art

Art is one of the hardest things for me.  It is very hard for me to find a piece of art that is worth the price tag (to me).  Most of my walls are filled with mirrors, frames, random things, or nothing because of the minimalist in me.  When I saw this picture my eyes immediately went to the art above the bed.  I like it.  I like how it doesn’t match the style of the room at all.  I also think it would be super cute in a little boys room and I think it would be quite easy to do yourself.  What is your favorite thing that is hung on your walls?
Lonny
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