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Color Psychology (Part 4) – Gray

Color Psychology (Part 4) – Gray

While gray is not my "go-to" it is a great neutral color.  When we think of gray, we associate it with a classic, sober, timeless, reserved, conservative, traditional, and serious feeling.  Right? Emily Jenkins Followill This gray chinoiserie is screaming conservative...

Reveal #11 – Guest Bath

Reveal #11 – Guest Bath

So last week I revealed the guest room from this project. Now I want to share the guest bath. Disclaimer: It is the only gray space in this project, and I was surprised how pleased I was with the outcome! It all started with this vanity.  I found it at Laurie's Home...

Doodling – Dave-isms (Part 4)

Doodling – Dave-isms (Part 4)

This is the 4th in my series to honor my good friend, Dave.  You can 1, 2, and 3 here!  Dave passed away a few weeks ago and I felt the need to memorialize him in this way.  I want to share all the ways that Dave profoundly helped me.  My hope in doing so, is that you...

Color Psychology (part 3) – White

Color Psychology (part 3) – White

Continuing down our psychological road of color, it seems odd to say that white is a color, but it IS!  White conjures up feeling of purity.  It's clean, sterile, and makes a space feel more spacious. via A Bride's dress is a perfect example of how we feel about...

Reveal #10 – Guestroom

Reveal #10 – Guestroom

A home is all about connecting for me, so the guest room is a very important piece of this equation! This Guestroom was a fun project for me.  I actually put a lot of thought into this room.  And truth be told, it's barely a guest room.  My daughter, Emma, is away at...

Ant Vs. Elephant Dave-isms Part 3

Ant Vs. Elephant Dave-isms Part 3

If you haven't been following along on this series, let me briefly catch you up.  A few weeks ago, I lost a very dear friend and counselor.  In grieving this loss, I decided it would be quite cathartic and (hopefully) beneficial to others to chronicle my work with...

Reveal #9 – The Nook

Reveal #9 – The Nook

I LOVE the extra character that you typically find in an old home!  Why, why, why did we just stop adding these unique touches to our new builds!?! Well, I'm starting a revolt!  I say no more new houses come into existence, without at least one unique and personal...

Color Psychology (part 2) – Pink

Color Psychology (part 2) – Pink

It is NO secret, by now, that I LOVE pink! So, for sure I used a little enhancement at this ballgame, however, the sky truly was pretty pink all on its own!  Pretty sure God loves pink too! In the study of color psychology, it is said that pink often represents Hope,...

Dave-isms – Part 2

Last week I introduced you to someone very dear to me.  It seems like a major disservice to call our relationship one of client/Dr.  I believe in my soul, he loved me deeply.  I am definitely not alone in this belief.  I am under the impression that just about...

Reveal #8 – A Master Bath

Reveal #8 – A Master Bath

I wanted the master bath in this house to be clean, fresh, with plenty of lighting options.  I wanted to keep it simple yet luxurious.  I continued the same window treatment in the bathroom as I used in the bedroom. I love these brass sconces from Visual Comfort and...

Color Psychology – Green

Color Psychology – Green

I believe my favorite thing about design is COLOR!  I love it!  I love the way certain bright colors make me feel!  I find it compelling to learn why we colors provoke certain emotions.  So, I'm going to do a series on Color Psychology.  I thought about a post, but...

Hurt People, Hurt People… A Tribute

Every once in a while, God places someone in your life that profoundly changes it.  Sort of acting as the rudder of your life's ship, this person is given the divine authority to alter the course that you were previously on.  It seems that every encounter with this...

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