Let’s face it… we spend an amazing amount of time at our kitchen sink! If you don’t have a window to looks directly out, I suggest that you put that on your punch list for your home. Between filling up the water glass to doing the dishes to gazing out and thinking…. we spend time… Continue reading THE Kitchen Sink Rug
This graphic design fabric is best used as it repeats together either in brick pattern or railroad pattern. Shown as a place setting of napkin in a smaller scale and switched colors and larger scale of neutrals but I’ve also used it as wallpaper as an accent wall. Come into the shop and see what… Continue reading Fabric of the Week: Tenny
This simple fabric is great for lampshades! It is fun and provides movement in several different color ways ranging from the tone-on-tone to the bold contrast. When looking at fabric, it is important to notice HOW colors impact a specific pattern. Tone-on-tone are colors that are different from each other but the same hue or… Continue reading Fabric of the Week: Rocky Mountain
Pillows can pull a space together and it’s especially fun in the bedroom. These pillows are a combination of Huges and Libby pattern collections with Seaglass Blue and Chocolate Brown. How can I help pull your bedroom together with fun and interesting pillows?
For many reasons, birch trees bring people a sense of peace and inspiration. I wanted to figure out what this feeling actually comes from. The early uses were for shelter, paper, buckets, plates and canoes but also medicinally. Wintergreen Oil is extracted from the twigs. The tree was also believed to be immune to lighting strikes.… Continue reading Throwback Thursdays: Birch Trees
Okay, I know that they Sydney Opera House is a gross example of roofs, but quite the cool one! We visited the Opera House in Australia in 2009 and what an amazing memory. It is curved, white and MASSIVE! But here is a little bit more realistic advice on roofing. It is very rare in… Continue reading Tuesday’s Talk: Roofs!
Feet friendly rugs are important not only for your feet but also for your floors. They hold so much power! They can be the focus or sit back into the background. I always suggest looking at rugs before you determine the theme of the space. Make sure it works with scale, proportion, focus and flow.… Continue reading Friday’s Find: Gee’s Bend Rug
I currently have a client who defines the eclectic elegance of Shabby Chic. It is fun and inspiring to work with her and see how her taste works. She is drawn to classic looks that have a flair of different, rustic and original movement. It’s great to have a client who is able to look… Continue reading Add Light to Shabby Chic
Shelves can be used for function or fun but either way, they should be used with an intention in mind. Gone are the days that we create a high shelf to put plastic plants on. Today, we create shelves for intentional purposes – either to display art, books or even to define a room. In… Continue reading Shelf Life
Shada is a hand drawn design that was inspired both from a flower and the moroccan designs so popular today. Available in 8 color ways we can easily customize this design to occupy the entire pillow or repeat graphically several times on a window treatment. We will work with you to create a product that… Continue reading Fabric of the Week: Shada