This week I am pulling together the things that I love the most from my favorite designers, and pairing them with Cheeky Monkey Home pillows. Turquoise is fresh and vibrant, and I think it is especially beautiful set off by a warm beige-grey (“greige”). As you can see, a strong color identity can be all you need to unify a huge range of style and texture in your decor.
I love Caitlin Wilson’s textiles and home decor. She is amazingly talented, successful and prolific (and so young!). Her newest collection of rugs seem inspired by her international travel, and I love how they pair with so many Cheeky Monkey designs. I have also been eyeing everything in the new Serena & Lily catalogue, and especially this gorgeous Palmetto wallpaper! It feels rich, Indian, and very handmade to me.
Hello Friends! I am so excited to show off my new stairwell! I found this wallpaper by artist Julia Rothman about two years ago, and after collecting rolls of it for birthdays and Christmas, it is finally finished!
In our old house, the hallways and stairwells flow together, so I decided to keep the wallpaper just in the stairwell “chute” since it is hard to find an ending place. It really feels like you are ascending into the sky as you go up the stairs, and you catch just a glimpse of it from below that piques your curiosity. (more…) →
This summer I am making a few small changes to my house that I hope will have a big impact. It has been 9 years since we bought our old Victorian house (circa 1905) and we have not done much besides maintenance since our initial rehab. Things are looking a little tired, and I am looking for a refresh! In my search for wallpaper for our front hall staircase, I fell in love with some amazing designers!
The first thing I did was summon my wallpaper collection on Pinterest. Here are some of my favorite wallpaper designers who are doing interesting and very unique work. I really love designs that show the artist’s hand and feel like a work of art—the way art deco designs and Indian block printing allow you to feel the direct nature of the making.
I had so much fun working on this flowery nursery mural for a baby girl named Daisy! I love the “daisies for Daisy” theme–so cute and personal.
Daisy’s mom did an amazing job designing her nursery, with this cheerful furniture from Grow With Me Kids Furniture, and the great color combination. The walls are painted with “Jack Frost” by Benjamin Moore, providing a light, airy background for the flowers. I especially love the way the white daises look against the blue–soft and fresh! (more…) →