April 1, 2019 marked the 10th anniversary of our labor of love. You guys…10 years. It’s so hard to believe that an entire decade has passed since we embarked on this journey. I am so thankful for all of our amazing clients. The social platforms have given us the opportunity to connect with so many talented interior designers, decorators, party planners, bloggers, and just all around cool people. We’ve done projects with hotels, restaurants, apartment complexes, and have been featured in HGTV Magazine twice, Better Homes and Gardens DIY Magazine, Gray Magazine and Molly Makes Magazine. I’ve taken this month to reflect on what these last ten years have meant to me. I’m proud. I’m thankful, and I will always appreciate the opportunity to help transform your next project, one wall at a time.
Mixing patterns can be intimidating, but once you get the hang of it, it can be a fun way to get creative with your space. Our houndstooth wall decals, shown here in black, are an easy way to add design to your walls...AND they're removable making them extra perfect for renters.
Pattern can also be incorporated in small, simple ways as seen here with the herringbone cord used on this vintage Dietz Lantern turned light from Modern Artifact Decor.
If you're new to the idea of mixing patterns, start out with 3 different patterns. The bedroom seen here from All Modern is a perfect example and the pop of orange gives the room more interest.
Simple. Timeless. Patterns can be found in flooring, furniture and various pieces displayed on shelving. I love this corner by Room&Board.
A great way to begin experimenting with patterns is through the use of throw pillows. They're fairly inexpensive and easy to change if you don't get it right the first time, or to change with the seasons. These Streamline throw pillows by chloeandolive.com come in a variety of sizes and color.
Since its inception in 2000, the fashion and design industry looks forward to Pantone unveiling their pick for color of the year. Inspired by nature, this year belongs to Greenery. Our palm tree and tropical leaf wall decals shown here in lime green, are a pretty close match. How will you use Greenery in your home?
Updating the blog is something I think about a lot, but rarely do I get to that point on the to-do-list. I'll be checking in here more often and providing updates on what we're up to, sharing some of our favorite things and providing a small glimpse into our personal world.
Here it is! The Pantone 2014 color of the year - Radiant Orchid. This color is a blend of fuchsia, purple and pink. How will you use the color in your home, makeup or wardrobe?
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