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San Francisco Decorator Showcase :: Teen Girls Bathroom

As I mentioned before, the 2015 San Francisco Decorator Showcase  featured lots and lots of beautiful wallcoverings. One space that stood out, was the “Lip Service” teen girl’s bathroom by designers Jennifer Wundrow and Heather Brock of Nest Design Co. The daring kiss-themed wallpaper by Voutsa in crimson, tangerine and blush covered much of the walls. The playful, modern pattern was paired with a classic marble herringbone floor. In addition, the bathroom features strong sculptural pieces including the freestanding cast-iron tub by Kohler and a gorgeous custom inlaid horn vanity. Touches of brass are found throughout the space such as the statement light fixtures, contemporary faucets and brass intaglio inlaid in the flooring and shower. Such wonderful details in the space!

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The decorator showcase is only open through May 25th… so don’t delay in taking a tour!

happy decorating,


And just in case you’ve missed it:

San Francisco Decorator Showcase :: Sneak Peek

San Francisco Decorator Showcase :: Dining Room

San Francisco Decorator Showcase :: Kitchen and Family Room

San Francisco Decorator Showcase :: Powder Room

San Francisco Decorator Showcase :: Living Room

San Francisco Decorator Showcase :: Laundry Room

*photo credit: Christopher Stark Photography


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Read full story By on May 18, 2015 in Bathroom, bathrooms, brass, color, interior design, Interiors, lighting, mirrors, pattern, teen rooms, tile

Fresh + Chic Work Spaces

As my own home renovation goes into full swing, I’m finding it harder and harder to keep everything organized. I have to admit it drives me a little crazy to not have spot for everything, but I know it’s for a short period of time. I also think it’s healthy for me to have to let go a little. One small area I’m trying to keep organized is my work space. Although that’s been a struggle to keep neat too! So in the spirit of organized desks, I’m sharing a few fresh and chic work spaces captured by photographer, Hannah Blackmore.

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How cute is this work space vignette with red lacquered desk, fluffy sheep skin rug and pink cane chair with gold dipped legs!?

fresh teen room with deskLove the chair paired with the desk too!

happy organizing,


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Read full story By on April 7, 2014 in Bedroom, decorating small spaces, Girl, home organization, Interiors, office/study, storage, teen rooms, Uncategorized

Boho Chic Style :: Teen Girl’s Room

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It’s an eclectic mix of rich texture, pattern and color. It’s always laid-back and approachable. And I’m totally drawn to it. I’m talking about Boho chic style. The layered approach is the perfect direction for a teen girl.

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chandelier // headboard // elephant pillow // sheet set // artwork  // nightstand // wallpaper // pouf // rug

happy decorating,


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Read full story By on April 2, 2014 in Bedroom, bedrooms, beds, Boy, Features, Get The Look, girl's bedroom, interior design, Interiors, teen rooms, throw pillows

Design Reveal :: Blue and Orange Boys Bedroom

I’m thrilled to be sharing a peek into a boy’s bedroom I designed for a client’s son. Even though my client, Suzanne (also a friend and fabulous lifestyle photographer) lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, she choose my virtual design services. This gave her the design direction she was looking for, but the ability to purchase items herself and at her own pace.

Suzanne envisioned a “big boy” room that her son would enjoy now and through his teenage years. One way we achieved this was to select a neutral wall color – Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter. It’s a warm gray that gives the room a fresh, modern feel. While the rug, window treatments, furnishings and bedding pull traditional hues of blue and orange perfect for a boy any age.

blue and orange boys bedroom - cristin priest of simplified bee

To get a full appreciation for the transformation, I’ve included a look at the room before (below). There are actually two images – one of when it was a yellow nursery and the other more recent for the toddler years (although the paint color had already been changed for the new design).

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My client’s son loves his new “big boy room.” The desk with locker-style drawers is his favorite – it’s just plain cool. On the other hand, I love the dark brown dresser with contrasting white pulls and the custom photo canvas above. The photograph taken by Suzanne of her son adds a pop of color and a personal touch to the space. Love!

If you are interested in the products used in this design, some of them are listed below… get the look

How does Simplified Bee’s Virtual Design work? Step one is to answer a detailed questionnaire that narrows down the client’s vision, style and budget. Next after a scheduled phone call and consultation with the homeowner, I will create a design delivered digitally that includes mood board(s), floor-plan(s), paint colors, budget/shopping tool, detailed product info and any additional instructions the client will need to finish the room. The client then has the opportunity make the design come to life by purchasing items directly from the shopping list and at their own pace. For more information and pricing, please contact me!

Happy decorating!


*photo credit Suzanne O’Brien Studio


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Read full story By on January 30, 2014 in baby and children, Bedroom, bedrooms, beds, bookshelves, Boy, boy's bedroom, color, interior design, Interiors, lighting, simplified bee portfolio, teen rooms, traditional, window treatments