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3 Girls Bedrooms by Designer Nicole Hollis

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In just five short months from first meeting to installation, San Francisco-based interior designer, Nicole Hollis created the cutest bedrooms for three very lucky sisters. I first spotted the bright, whimsical designs on Instagram and had to take a closer look at the feature in Lonny.

Each room is distinctly different, yet all are full of personality, color (a dose of girly hot pink spotted throughout) and whimsical wallcoverings. Built-in desks, bookcases and smart storage help keep each space stylishly organized. Love it all! Take a peek for yourself.

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Loving the bubble hanging chair in the butterfly room. So fun! Check out more images of these adorable girls bedrooms on Lonny.

get the look

*photo credit: Laure Joliet via Lonny Magazine

 

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Read full story By on July 20, 2015 in baby and children, Bedroom, bedrooms, Features, Get The Look, Girl, girl's bedroom, interior design, Interiors, textiles, throw pillows, wallpaper, window treatments

10 Questions :: Sisterhood of the World of Bloggers Award

You may have seen the Sisterhood of the World of Bloggers Award going around from blog to blog. I’m not sure when it all started, but recently I had the good fortune of being tagged by Lisa, a sweet friend and the incredibly talented interior designer behind Lisa Mende Design. This means that I’ve been asked to answer her 10 questions, then select 10 new bloggers and ask them to answer my 10 questions. Thank you Lisa for nominating me! And here we go…

lotus wallpaper // galbraith & paul

Q :: If you could have any job besides the one you have right now, what would it be?

A :: Wow, that’s tough. I’m living my dream job right now but, if I had to pick something I think I would be a textile designer. As you may know, I’m a little obsessed with fabrics and wallpaper!

*image lotus wallpaper via Galbraith & Paul

day at the beach

Q :: If you had one day completely alone how would you fill your time?

A :: I’d spend the day at the beach under an umbrella with the latest shelter magazine.

pineapple artwork // joni tyrrell // minted.com

Q :: What is the best vacation you’ve ever taken?

A :: A trip to Kauai with my husband and while I was pregnant with my first. It’s my favorite of the Hawaiian island and truly a slice of heaven.

*pineapple art above by Joni Tyrrell for minted.com

tennis // vogue UK

Q :: What is one vacation spot on your bucket list?

A :: I took up tennis last year and am hooked. Although I’ve visited the UK, I’d really like to attend Wimbledon.

*image via Vogue UK

spa bathroom // amory brown

Q :: What is your favorite little luxury?

A :: A day at the spa.

*bathroom by Amory Brown via Houzz

cucumber-basil limeade // summertime drink

Q :: What is your favorite summertime drink?

A :: I don’t drink much alcohol, so sparkling water with lime does it for me. However, I’d really like to try this sparkling cucumber-basil limeade this summer!

girl's bedroom // celerie kemble design girl's bedroom // celerie kemble design

Q :: If you could pick any designer, living or dead, to decorate your house, who would it be?

A :: Celerie Kemble. I adore her neo-traditional style, use of color & pattern and overall aesthetic. How beautiful is this girls’ bedroom I spotted in her portfolio!

balance it // etsy

Q :: If you could rewind twenty years and give yourself one piece of advice, what would it be?

A :: Focus on what’s important and don’t sweat the small stuff.

*print via Four Green Acres

twinkle light Christmas tree - Simplified Bee

Q :: What is your favorite family tradition?

A :: Celebrating Christmas with family in Tahoe. There is something magical about being the mountains with the snow.

green kitchen nook // cristin priest designs // simplified bee

Q :: What is your most prized possession besides your family? (think materially here ladies)

A :: My grandmother’s artwork. The sunflower oil painting is just one of several I treasure.

*design by Cristin Priest // photo by Julia Robbs // for Rue Magazine

THE 10 BLOGGERS I NOMINATE

(hopefully they haven’t already been nominated and no pressure to participate!)

1. Cassie of Coco+Kelley

2. Linda of Calling it Home

3. Erin of House of Turquoise

4. Reichel of Copy Cat Chic

5. Courtney of A Thoughtful Place

6. Lauren of Pure Style Home

7. Stacey of Quintessence

8. Michaela of Michaela Noelle Designs

9.  Jen of I Heart Organizing

10. Kate of Centsational Girl

HERE ARE THEIR QUESTIONS:

1. Winter or Summer?

2. What’s your favorite wallpaper pattern?

3. What’s the best vacation you’ve taken?

4. If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be?

5. Name one thing on your bucket list.

6. What’s your favorite room in your house?

7. If you could pick any designer, living or dead, to decorate your house, who would it be?

8. What’s on your nightstand?

9. Backyard BBQ or formal dinner?

10. If you could rewind twenty years and give yourself one piece of advice, what would it be?

So there you have it! Thanks again Lisa and I look forward to seeing the answers to the bloggers I’ve tagged!

xo,

cristin

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Read full story By on June 30, 2015 in Features, girl's bedroom, interview, Interviews

Design Reveal :: My Home

Today I’m thrilled to share a very personal space: my home. Recently I welcomed a favorite online shelter magazine, Rue to take a tour of our ranch-style home located on the San Francisco Peninsula. The design has been a work in progress for over a decade (I’m never really done!). When we first moved in we tackled renovating the kitchen, bathrooms and landscaping front & back. In the last year as you may know, we added a master bedroom suite. Here’s a look…

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I hope you enjoyed a little peak into my home – pop over to Rue Magazine to see the entire feature. And a big thank you to the Rue team including Crystal Palecek (founder/editor-in-chief), Julia Robbs (photographer) and Shoko Wanger (writer) who made the whole process so fun. You’re the best!

happy decorating,

cristin

Photos by Julia Robbs // Styling & Interiors by Cristin Priest

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Read full story By on June 2, 2015 in baby and children, Bedroom, bedrooms, beds, curated look, flowers, Girl, girl's bedroom, interior design, Interiors, Living Room, living rooms, wallpaper

Pretty Pink Roses :: The Bouqs Company

Flowers bring a fresh, natural beauty to any space. Through color, size and texture floral arrangements are a terrific decor accessory to help set a room’s mood. So when Bouqs, the premium online floral delivery service asked if I’d like to review a bouquet for myself, it was a no-brainer. I selected a dozen long stem pink roses called Sweetness. Sweet indeed! Like most of Bouqs flowers, they were grown at the foot of a mineral rich volcano in South America and arrive a few days later at my front door.

Here are the pretty pink roses in my daughter’s new flamingo room. So simple, elegant and sweet. And boy are these roses huge and long-lasting. Here’s an instagram of them a few days later. Amazing.

pretty pink roses // flamingo girls bedroom // simplifiedbee.com

Another difference that makes Bouqs special? They cut flowers to order and avoid a lot of waste. In addition, Bouqs only sources from eco-friendly, sustainable farms that respect the environment and their workers. Love this!

premium pink roses from thebouqs.comSending beautiful flowers is a great way to let your loved ones know you are thinking of them and with Bouqs‘ hassle-free concierge service you’ll never forget a birthday, anniversary or special date again. Brilliant!

*disclosure: Bouqs is an affiliate of Simplified Bee, however all opinions are my own (as always)

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Read full story By on September 2, 2014 in Bedroom, Features, flowers, Girl, girl's bedroom, home accessories, Interiors, product review, simplified bee portfolio