Showing posts with label interior. Show all posts
Showing posts with label interior. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Orc: Week 4 Do or Die

Yall.... this week of the ORC kicked my tail!!!
Ps dont forget to go check out everyone hosting the event! So much progress!
This past week....

We primed and primed and painted and painted, and removed hardware, and hardware grime and just wow. 

Paint is soooo overwhelming.

So with the week that basically says get it together, its Do or Die.

So the kitchen island is sadly dying for now. 

We just don't have time with the magnitude of cabinets we have to paint. 

I spent two whole days on a goose chase finding the ideal foam rollers for priming and the proper purdy rollers for the finishing paint. 

So here is where we currently are. 

It's not where I want to be, but... its progress.

We did get the fan hung and the old light taken down.

And the vent hood is hunt but not wired in. 

Just working like mad this next week and hope to have some exciting almost finished news!!

Join me and hop on over to orc and see how everyone else is doing!

Monday, September 22, 2014

Monogram Monday: A Monogram Changes Everything

It's funny, a room can look "put together" then BAM add the unique monogram and it looks complete!
Here are several examples!

Have you had a monogram change a look of a room? Would love to see!

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Styling: A Client Project

I had such a blast working with Diane. 

She is slowly moving through her home and bringing life to a few places that had been "overlooked" when they moved in about 10 years ago. 

Diane asked if I would come and help use some of her favorite things and precious family pictures and display them to showcase for when she is entertaining. 

The cabinets were originally pickled so after our first meeting she and her handy man collaborated and got to work painting them white dove by Ben Moore. I am sooo impressed with their painting! Diane had the doors sprayed by her handyman and she did the rest! 
Here is where we left off right before Christmas. 

She and her husband have tons and tons and tons of books so it was a refining process for sure!! 

We just met again this last week to finish styling and discuss the next step.
 We have a few pieces she has ordered to complete her collections of top right shelf and middle left. 
Several of her crystal and hand carved glass pieces just popped against the  accent color we selected! 

Now the next step is to use this same accent color and mix it with the pearlescent paint to make her gorgeous custom mantle pop!!