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Glimpses of a Design Client Installation

Installing for a design client is always exciting. In fact, I had the pleasure of doing a large install for a client just last week. It’s always fun to see the before and after transformation right in front of your eyes. Most of all, it great to see the smiles on your client’s face. I’m thrilled when they are in love with their new space.

Although it’s not time to share all, I have been sharing glimpses of this beautiful home and design on Instagram. Here are a few of my favorites.

inlay side table & chrome lamp // Cristin Bisbee Priest Designs // Simplified BeeChevron-Cow-Hide-Rug-Siimplified-Bee Oly Chandelier // Cristin Bisbee Priest // Simplified Bee #Chandelierplay room rug & pouf // Cristin Bisbee Priest // Simplified BeePowder Room with Trellis Wallpaper in citron // Cristin Bisbee Priest // Simplified Bee

I’m loving it all and am especially pleased with the wow factor Kelly Wearstler’s trellis wallpaper in citron gave the powder room (pictured above).

Wishing you a wonderful week!

happy decorating,

cristin

*all photos by Cristin Bisbee Priest for Simplified Bee

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Read full story By on March 16, 2015 in baby and children, Bathroom, bathrooms, home accessories, interior design, Interiors, lighting, Playroom, rugs, simplified bee portfolio, wallpaper

Baby Boy Nursery Design by Caitlin Flemming

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Sophisticated, timeless and just plain adorable. The nursery created by Caitlin Flemming, interior designer and the voice behind the Sacramento Street blog is all that. Featured on Rue Daily last week, Caitlin shares the sweet room that welcomed her son, Jackson. The neutral room is grounded in beiges and whites (great starting points for either gender) and then layered with blue accents. It’s clearly a baby’s room, although sophisticated art, rich textiles and timeless furnishings make it a space that adults would love to hang out in as well. Bravo Caitlin!

Baby Boy Nursery // Caitlin Flemming DesignBaby Boy Nursery // Caitlin Flemming DesignBaby Boy Nursery // Caitlin Flemming Design // Rue DailyBaby Boy Nursery // Caitlin Flemming DesignBaby Boy Nursery // Caitlin Flemming Design // Rue Daily

get the look

See more great pix of this baby boy nursery design and a fun interview with Caitlin at Rue Daily.

happy decorating,

cristin

*photography by Bess Friday

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Read full story By on February 23, 2015 in baby and children, baby nursery room, Bedroom, Boy, contemporary decor, crib, interior design, Interiors, original artwork

Laundry Room Decor :: Wallpaper

You all know how much I love wallpaper. It can transform a ho-hum space instantly. One of my favorite spots for wallpaper too is in the laundry room. Who wouldn’t want to cheer up the typically industrial space with a pop of color and beautiful pattern? So today I’ve rounded up a few chic laundry rooms featuring fabulous wallpaper.

laundry room with blue and white wallpaperlaundry room with Hicks Hex wallpaperlaundry room with blue and white wallpaperlaundry room with gray wallpaperlaundry room // whimsical bird wallpaper

image sources: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5

Notice a pattern here? I really like the colors blue and gray in laundry rooms! How about you?

happy decorating,

cristin

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Read full story By on December 17, 2014 in household cleaning, interior design, Interiors, laundry room, laundry rooms, wallpaper

Color Trends :: Olive Green

I’ve been thinking adding a contributor for along time, but it wasn’t until I met Megan Bachmann that I decided to do it. Megan is a mother and has a great sense of style and aesthetic. She has a background in fashion, passion for interior design and writes her own blog, Otomi Home. I’m thrilled to welcome Megan to Simplified Bee!

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Thank you Cristin for the sweet introduction. I am so excited about olive green as an upcoming color trend for 2015. Elle Decor recently did a feature on up & coming colors and I’m particularly excited about this one. Olive green is so lovely in interiors because it borders between being a neutral and a color, depending on how you use it. It can be bold or subtle, modern or traditional. It looks amazing paired with a multitude of colors include white, black, navy, orange, and turquoise. And of course it looks incredible paired with brass accents. Olive green just feels new again. Here are some inspiring rooms using olive green…

The olive green walls and velvet sofa feel luxurious and moody in this room in Barnaba Fornasetti’s residence in Milan.
barnaba-fornasetti-elle decor green velvet(source)

The deep olive green tub anchors this bathroom created by Melbourne based Architects, Hearth.desire to inspire green tub(source)

The olive green walls and upholstered ottoman are totally on point in this room from domino.domino olive green ottoman(source)

An old standby room, also from domino, the olive green curtains act as a neutral and help to keep the turquoise painted room sophisticated.domino olive green(source)

Olive and green and deep navy = perfection.green velvet sofa(source)

Loving this olive green kitchen paired with white marble by Sydney based Architect Greg Natale.Screen Shot 2014-10-17 at 9.49.08 AM(source)

And last but not least, Jenny Komenda from the Little Green Notebook, recently designed a bathroom in olive green which looks amazing paired with those brass and black accents.jenny komenda olive green bathroom(source)

jenny komenda olive green kitchen domino(source)

As you can see, there is good reason to have olive green on your radar for design trends in the next year. You can read about another color design trend at Otomi Home today, Glossy Blue!

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Read full story By on October 21, 2014 in color, design trends, Features, interior design, Interiors