Lately I’m really drawn to down to earth rooms with natural elements and materials. Distressed beams, nice medium tones wood floors, jute, rattan, timber and clunky textures all offer a soothing organic element to a space. A simple way to add this vibe is a rug in a chunky weave or a natural material, perhapsTop 12 List: Natural rugs and down to earth rooms
So thrilled to share with you the BEFORE/AFTER pictures of the shelter redesign! This morning all the designers and bloggers involved are linking up their blogs so you can surf around and view all the rooms Before/After in the shelter. You won’t want to miss it!! I’m hoping by sharing all this it might inspire other designers and people to do the same!!IT’S DONE!! Shelter – Before/After
FLYING BY THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTS!!! That’s the best way I can describe my day today. Spent the day with the group of amazing and talented designers who are turning the domestic violence shelter in to a place, most people would dream of!! Relying solely on donations from second hand stores, generous people (we love you!) and from the designers themselves, the design scheme would have to “go with the flow” or for my part I was “flying but the seat of my pants”. Danielle and I changed design scheme on a dime when BLISS LIVING donated beautiful bedding. Here is a sneak peak from a busy day when a new look might have been coined….SHELTER CHIC! Before/After photos to come very soon.SHELTER CHIC?
Anna’s dining chairs and carpet have arrived, so I had to head over and check them out. They look awesome! Anna and I are both thrilled, but agree they would look even more awesome with even lighter legs, and without the antiqued finish, which is the only finish in white Lee offered. So we’re goingDesign project for a family