I love redecoring my home in the Spring…even if it just means new sofa pillows or accessories around the living areas. It just feels like the right time to freshen things up a bit.Read More
If you live in the Dallas area you are most likely familiar with Advocate Magazine. They have publications in Preston Hollow, Lakewood, Lake Highlands and Oak Cliff, and I am flattered to be the featured Designer in this month’s annual Home Design Edition in their Lake Highlands publication! The article is a Q&A about my life, business and perspective on design.Read More
You know I looooove a good kitchen remodel. It is, after all, the heart of the home and where we spend so much of our time.Read More
Happy New Year everyone!! I know, I know, we’re half way through January already… But things have been busy, so this is our first post of 2014!Read More
When we moved into our new home, we decided to put each of the twins in their own room. Even though I loved having them share their “Gender Neutral Nursery” in our previous home, I knew that they would eventually need to have their own room. Annnnnnd, let’s be honest….seperating them sooner than later IS a great excuse to design 2 new nurseries!Read More
hen we had the twins, 18 months ago, we quickly out grew our first home, which was in a charming little neighborhood near downtown Dallas, surrounded by trendy restaurants and bars within walking distance. While we were in no hurry to move, we realized that we would eventually need more room AND a better school district, so we started “looking” at other houses.
We are so excited to reveal this project to you all today! This 1920′s Tudor home is nestled in a quiet little pocket of the ever-popular Lakewood neighborhood in Dallas. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a dining, study and kitchen. It embodies the original hardwoods throughout, as well as original doors and gorgeous stained glass windows.
The Pearsons – the most adorable family of 4 – just moved to Dallas from out of state. They were ready for their new house to feel like a home and their first priority was the living room, which is the first room you see when you enter the home. They wanted ample seating, comfort, style and durabililty. It was essential to them for us to incorporate our signature style of light, bright fabrics and to accessorize with pieces that make the space feel sophisticated.Read More
Well, I have officially been called out on my lack of posts lately (thanks, Julia – I’ll try to post more, I swear)! The truth is, we – are – slammed. If August doesn’t end up being the death of me, I’m not sure what will…but more on that next week. The great news is that we have several installs coming up, so we will have a lot to share!Read More
When I started this business almost 3 years ago, I had no intention of having a “team” of designers. It’s not that I didn’t want a team, I just didn’t think I’d ever have a need for one. But at the end of 2012, it became evident that bringing aboard a second Design Consultant was the next natural step in this business venture. The fact is, I was finding myself either over committing to clients or turning them away…I felt like I was in a lose, lose situation.
Over the past year and a half I have mentioned this client’s “forever home” project a handful of times… As previously mentioned, this home is a new construction and was completed about 3 months ago.Read More