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Inspiration :: Girls Bathroom Design

I’ve been taking a break from tackling any new renovation projects in our home, but we do have a couple more bathrooms that need attention. One of the bathrooms on the list is that of my oldest daughter who is now a teenager – yes, time keeps flying by!

I want the space to reflect the traditional architecture of the house, while having a transitional feel. Here are some bathrooms that I’ve been drawn to… although, I haven’t passed any design ideas by my tough client 😉

make-up vanity // bathroom

In this bathroom by Brooke Wagner I’m loving the make-up vanity and large hex flooring.

basket weave tile // girls bathroom

The basket weave tile flooring and subtle blue vanity had me taking a second look at this bathroom by Studio McGee.

traditional bathroom // brooke wagner designer

The pops of blue in the hex tile floor and mirror attracted me to this bathroom designed by Brooke Wagner.

black & white hex tile flooring // bathroom

Spotted on Design Sponge, this bathroom features a black and white hexagon floor and subway pattern tiled walls – a timeless look.

kids bathroom with wallpaper // Emily Henderson

Wallpaper is also something I’m considering for my daughter’s bathroom. I love this pattern in Emily Henderson’s kiddos’ jack & jill bathroom – however it may be a little too juvenile.

traditional girls bathroom with wallpaper

And how sweet is the bathroom by Amie Corley? Loving the tiny marble herringbone pattern floor, classic subway tiled walls and the floral wallpaper. Now to see what my client likes 🙂

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Read full story By on March 7, 2017 in Bathroom, bathrooms, interior design, Interiors, pattern, tile, wallpaper

Book Review :: Carrier & Company Positively Chic Interiors

Their interiors reflect a spectrum of styles from bohemian glamour to country charm. from modern luxe to elegantly traditional. Husband and wife design duo, Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller of Carrier & Company make it all look effortless too. It’s therefore no surprise that the couple’s work has caught industry and media attention as they were named to the Architectural Digest Top 100 in 2013 & 2014 and Elle Decor’s A-list for 2015. When asked if I’d like to review Carrier & Company’s new book, Positively Chic Interiors (The Vendome Press), I jumped at the chance. Released today and filled with over 200 inspiring images, readers are given an inside look into their process for creating charmingly personal, beautifully balanced and positively chic interiors. In the book’s introduction, Carrier & Company explains that they “are dedicated to creating the firm foundations of functional beauty that are necessary in order to live with ease, style, and comfort.” Their design approach resonates with me and I know this is a book I will reference and treasure for a long time. Here’s a look at a small sampling of the gorgeous images that fill the pages of this delightful book.

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We love to edit back the belongings, to pare down the possessions to find the right balance – Carrier & Co

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We prize decoration that feels effortless, essential, and light of spirit. – Carrier & Co

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Read full story By on September 22, 2015 in Bedroom, book, book review, dining rooms, Features, foyers, interior design, Interiors, Living Room

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.

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*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

Pinterest :: 5 Favorites

Hello Monday! The start of a new week can be both refreshing and overwhelming. This week is loaded with back-to-school planning, client projects and wrapping up our remodel (which I’m hoping to share more pix of  soon!). So, I’m a bit more overwhelmed than I’d like.

To start the week off on an inspiring note, I’m sharing a few of my favorite pins on Pinterest as of late.

floor to ceiling cabinets #kitchencultivate kindnessPoolside // Napa Ranch Homebathroom design by Tobi Fairley #wallpapergirls bedroom // soft pink accentsimage sources top to bottom: Luigi Fragola Architects, Simply Divine CreationHouse Beautiful, Tobi Fairley, DecorPad

Any inspire you?

happy decorating,

Cristin

 

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Read full story By on August 18, 2014 in 5 favorites, Bathroom, bathrooms, Features, Interiors, Kitchen, kitchens, patio furniture, quote