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San Francisco Decorator Showcase :: Shared Girl and Boy Bedroom

kids' bedroom // nest design co // san francisco decorator showcase 2016

The San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2016 is in full swing and for the first time featuring a home in Telegraph Hill near Coit Tower. I’m super bummed that I had to miss the press tour last week, but I’ve received lots of beautiful images to share with you! Today, we are touring a shared girl and boy bedroom by interior designers Heather Brock and Jennifer Wundrow of Nest Design Co. The shared children’s bedroom they call, Two Bedheads Are Better Than One is set in a bright room with white walls and is infused with an eclectic mix of pattern and color.  To create a unique space, Heather and Jennifer designed custom furnishings, soft goods and accessories – including upholstered built-in beds joined at the headboard. A brilliant solution to a shared bedroom. I’m loving all of the storage drawers for children’s books, toys and cherished collections. However, a corner embellished with mountain climbing footholds is perhaps my favorite element in the space. It gives the space a wonderful sense of adventure. This room is adorable and I think you’ll agree!

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For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit San Francisco Decorator Showcase – tours are available now through May 30, 2016.

*photography credit: suzanna scott

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Read full story By on May 2, 2016 in baby and children, Bedroom, bedrooms, Boy, Girl, girl's bedroom, interior design, Interiors, kids' art wall, storage, textiles, wallpaper

Floral Nursery by Emily Henderson

pink floral nursery // Emily Henderson #nursery

Have you had a chance to see the sweet floral nursery by Emily Henderson? The LA-based designer created the girly, girl room for Lulu & Georgia founder, Sara Sugarman and her new baby girl. The custom designed floral wallpaper on pink ground was designed just for this space (my favorite detail in the space!)  The large scale floral pattern with leafy ferns and blooming peonies has an old Hollywood Regency feel that’s undeniable. The color chartreuse was pulled from the wallpaper and repeated in solid velvet drapery and a bench cushion. Love, love, love!

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*images by Jess Isaac for EHD and Monica Wang Photography

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Read full story By on March 3, 2016 in baby and children, baby nursery room, Bedroom, color, contemporary decor, girl's bedroom, interior design, Interiors, pattern, vintage, wallpaper, window treatments

Organizing Tips for Kids

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ikea bookcase // kids' playroom // via @simplifiedbee

With the fresh new year, it’s a great time to establish fresh new organizing habits. Getting your kiddos organized is high on most parents’ list too. Getting kids to be organized can be a challenge and an ever changing process as they grow up. Recently I shared some of my favorite tips on organizing for kids with Pottery Barn Kids. One of my favorite is having storage options available throughout the house – including the entry, hallway/staircase and  kitchen. I’ve pulled some really super adorable and stylish options (some that can be personalized) available through Pottery Barn Kids. Most of these items are currently on sale too! Gotta love that!

organizing the kids // bins and baskets // via @simplifiedbee

product links: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6

* first image :: design & styling by Cristin Priest and photography by Jenn Jacobson

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Read full story By on January 27, 2016 in baby and children, family rooms, Features, home accessories, household cleaning, Interiors, Interviews, Organization, organization tips, Organizational tips, playrooms, storage, Tips/Tricks

Color Crush :: Pale Pink

pale pink nursery // caitlin creer

Known to represent kindness and remind us of those sweet flamingos, the color pink comes in many shades. Although I love them all, lately  I’ve most drawn to the hue’s pale, pink side that is often featured in a baby girl’s nursery like the one by Caitlin Creer above. The fresh and cool shade of pink is also popping up in other areas of the home as a primary or accent color. Pale pink takes on a modern, sophistication when paired with a darker hues like black, navy and green.

pink ceiling // dining room // tobi fairleydusty rose front doorretro pink tile // bathroompink flamingo girl's bedroom // cristin priest design // rue magazinepale pink dining room // lonnyblush pink sofa

image sources: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6

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Read full story By on January 18, 2016 in baby and children, baby nursery room, Bathroom, Bedroom, bedrooms, color, dining rooms, Girl, interior design, Interiors, mid-century modern, Uncategorized