Monthly Archives: December 2013

Using Texture-“Brittany House”

One of my current clients is in the midst of a complete Master Bath Add on. Its an amazingly fun job, and I’m loving it even more, because the home owners are ready to create a jaw dropping space, by mixing natural light, with darker materials and texture!! I LOVE mixing smooth with rough, tile with wood, and shiny with matte!

In, what I am calling “Brittany house” project, We will be creating an entire wall of modern tile behind their free standing tub, with a thick rustic wood shelf attached. They have high vaulted ceilings and have given me the green light to adding an amazing chandelier, which I am super excited about!! and although all of the decisions have not been solidified yet, I love the direction we are going! The front runner for the chandelier is similar to this beauty! A great organic Shape and metal!! Perfect against the back drop of an entire dark slate glass shower! This master bath is no doubt going to be amazing! The mix of texture is going to steal the show for sure!! Also, there will be NO mirrors above the sink, a decision that was already made by the home owners before I was brought on to this project ( and I LOVE IT!!) instead? a huge wall of windows to bring the outside in!
My VERY rough drawing ( done in the car) after I first saw the chandelier. I always do this when a new potential piece is added to a space. I quickly jot down what I anticipate it looking like, and in this particular case, I wanted to see an approximate height ( although not to scale) that the tile is going up the wall.
Here is the wood shelf inspiration picture,  that I found on Pinterest. Love it!!
As this project moves along I will keep you posted! Next up selecting Exterior Paint for a green house project that is also happening in their back yard  !! FUN!!
Happy Thursday!! Who is freaking out because Christmas is just 6 days away?? I am freaking out in a super excited, cant wait to see my 4 yr olds face on Christmas morning, type of way

Using Texture-"Brittany House"

One of my current clients is in the midst of a complete Master Bath Add on. Its an amazingly fun job, and I’m loving it even more, because the home owners are ready to create a jaw dropping space, by mixing natural light, with darker materials and texture!! I LOVE mixing smooth with rough, tile with wood, and shiny with matte!

In, what I am calling “Brittany house” project, We will be creating an entire wall of modern tile behind their free standing tub, with a thick rustic wood shelf attached. They have high vaulted ceilings and have given me the green light to adding an amazing chandelier, which I am super excited about!! and although all of the decisions have not been solidified yet, I love the direction we are going! The front runner for the chandelier is similar to this beauty! A great organic Shape and metal!! Perfect against the back drop of an entire dark slate glass shower! This master bath is no doubt going to be amazing! The mix of texture is going to steal the show for sure!! Also, there will be NO mirrors above the sink, a decision that was already made by the home owners before I was brought on to this project ( and I LOVE IT!!) instead? a huge wall of windows to bring the outside in!

My VERY rough drawing ( done in the car) after I first saw the chandelier. I always do this when a new potential piece is added to a space. I quickly jot down what I anticipate it looking like, and in this particular case, I wanted to see an approximate height ( although not to scale) that the tile is going up the wall. 
Here is the wood shelf inspiration picture,  that I found on Pinterest. Love it!!
As this project moves along I will keep you posted! Next up selecting Exterior Paint for a green house project that is also happening in their back yard 😉 !! FUN!! 
Happy Thursday!! Who is freaking out because Christmas is just 6 days away?? I am freaking out in a super excited, cant wait to see my 4 yr olds face on Christmas morning, type of way 😉 

Inexpensive Holiday Decor

Wow!! 9 days until Christmas!! I am still just floored that we have been in Nashville almost a full year!! As a family we have just EXPANDED so much!! Mentally and personally, as well as in in business. I always LOVE this time of year, when we start to reflect on accomplishments, the ones we have achieved and the ones we hope to in the next year!!
As we pulled out our Christmas Decorations this year, I was reminded that we need more home accessories…For our family, that also means donating all of the stuff that doesn’t really fit our personality anymore, in hopes that someone else can enjoy them. Here’s the thing, I didn’t want to spend a lot of money. SO, I went to Target, and Bought some really cute tissue paper, and began to fill our frames!!! it created just the amount of holiday color that I wanted, and it literally cost $2.99!! How do you decorate your home for the holidays??
Cheap and Easy Holiday Decor
Cheap and Easy Holiday Decor