How are you holding up during this heatwave? With temperatures soaring close to 115 degrees we’ve been stuck inside trying to stay cool. Thought I would share some pictures of our living room progress as he tropical vibe in our seems to fit right in…. Photo by Stephanie My favorite….my super soft GEO shag fromSome Pics of our Living room…
The One Room Challenge got the best of me this time! I went completely down to the wire with wallpaper and draperies being installed the morning of the photo shoot. There were actually three photo shoots to get ready for this week so there was no time to rest. I’m writing this blog post lyingOne Room Challenge – Week 6 – the REVEAL!
Sometimes you have to look back to realize how far you’ve come. Although I feel like nothing ever gets done around here and feeling frustrated about it, I changed my tune when I looked at pictures from a little more than a year ago. Walls had just been ripped out, there was no floor andWhat a difference a year makes.
It’s Wednesday again and One Room Challenge time. I’m happy to have the the help of my great office manager Emily and intern Jessica to pull the makeover off in time. My work schedule is booked solid and the support is crucial. The master bedroom has a newly built deck outside the sliding doors withOne Room Challenge – Week 2
My living room carpet finally arrived, and it was worth the wait. It’s my first design of a line of geometric shags for my Jill Sorensen Lifestyle. It’s super soft underfoot with just enough modern as well as organic vibe. I’m happy! For our living room I used a cream base with a dark brownMy new living room rug- the geometric shag
Just as everyone is getting ready to head to the beach I’m working on the next design personality who is is not necessarily in need of the beach, just being in nature – EARTHY MODERN. It’s a fresh look with lots of natural materials like driftwood, stone and rustic fabrics. It’s a little eco, a little country, and a little 70’s with disco balls and shags. Being a color addict it’s been a fun challenge, to stick to a more strict color scheme of neutrals to give the place a relaxing vibe. A pop of orange and some olive green is as colorful as it gets,oh and a little eggplant purple. I want to share a few images that has inspired me to do this look.
I love the beach, but summers are great like this too.Earthy Modern inspiration