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Family Word Search Wall Art

I had a spot on my family room wall that I wanted to fill and so I came up with an idea to do word searches and make them personal.  I thought they would look fun and the kids would have fun searching for the things about themselves.  My awesome graphic designer over at Orange Tree Papers whipped these up for me.  I will probably rearrange the placement of them on the wall, but for now this is what worked.  I have decided I am going to skip fabric window treatments in this room and get some textured blinds.  A few more pillows and my family room will be done for now…


Word Searches- Orange Tree Papers
White Frames- Ikea
Coral pillow- Homegoods
Floral Pillow- Sally Jensen Interiors, Barbara Barry Fabric
Scallop Pillow- Sally Jensen Interiors, Caitlin Wilson Fabric
White Side Table- Joss and Main
Brass Ring Hardware- Knobbery
Table Lamps- Homegoods
Flower Vase- Homegoods
Wood Coasters- Target
Decorative books- Homegoods
Coral bowl- West Elm
Paint color- Repose Gray by Sherwin Williams

Alyse - So cute! I love the word search idea- and the frames! Love the room!

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DIY wall art

I have a hard time with wall art because I like it to have a personal meaning or inspiration.  Not too long ago my husband and I collected these tiles from the beach in Sicily, Italy.  I did this quick wall art project for my bathroom.  I love how they were inexpensive and they have personal meaning.  These could be done using so many things.  Shells from the beach where you got married, twigs from your favorite backyard tree, pebbles from the stream your children play in, etc.  Give it a try to make some simple, personal art for your wall. Sorry for the phone pics again!

ashley rachelle - how cool that you could collect tiles on the beach! how very interior designer-y of you. xo

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Gallery walls and such…

I hope to add some client progress and a house tour in the next few weeks.  Here are few phone pictures ( aka bad quality) of some wall decor that we have been working on in some client homes.

She will be adding some original artwork into some of these frames done by her children and be painting some of the frames and the letter M eventually.

Hung and ready to fill the frames. A more artistic gallery wall. Love it.

Love my pictures done by Lindsay Brummer Photography. I can’t wait to show you what else will be on this wall. Fun to come!

 Happy Friday!

Annie Vincent - Love that wooden Arizona state piece on the wall. And your section is looking good!

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Gold, Gold, Gold

I am back!  Blogging seems to come last on my list a lot of the time.  To my credit, I have not been feeling like myself for a couple of months now.  Pneumonia and sinus infections brought me down until I finally got a burst of energy this week.  Yay!  Anyway, let’s talk about all of the yummy gold that is going around in the design world.  I have been a big fan of gold for a while now.  It is fun to see it everywhere.

Z Gallerie


Home Depot

Home Decorators

West Elm

Caitlin Wilson Textiles

ashley rachelle - i used to not like gold at all…but now i am totally obsessed! those caitlin wilson pillows are to die for! i hadn’t seen those yet, so thanks for sharing. :)

klaopitz - i love gooold! 😉 i dont like the couch, but the rest is just awesome. thx for sharing! :)

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Client Window Treatments

I do a terrible job of getting pictures of the projects that I work on.  I went through my pictures from the last year and picked out some of the window treatments that have been done for clients.  Here they are…

This was a custom shower curtain. The horizontal stripes are everywhere but it is still hard to find the longer lengths so I do a lot of these.

This project was amazing. A higher end style then I normally do, but these window treatments turned out beautiful. If only I had some better pictures. The inside edge of the drapes had the fabric from the roman shades below.

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