This past month all my time has been confiscated by deadlines at the office, juggling of childcare, and handling a tiny renovation in our home (that has since exploded). As you will notice by the photo's below, my focus has been on white rooms with lots of color. We are renovating our attic to make some breathing room for our 5 year old daughter. My plan is to paint everything stark white and give our new kindergartner some (carefully guided) choices of fabrics and artwork in her favorite colors. I can't wait for you to see the final result.
In addition I am overflowing with excitement of things to come in the next few months. A child's haven, an office renovation, and a master closet/dressing area are among the upcoming post that I can't wait to share with you.
For now, please enjoy some of my favorite ideas and inspiration for our little project.
Kit & Tim Kemp's London library as seen in Elle Decor April 2011
|The bright yellow striped fabric upholstered on this George Smith chair and Anna Raymond paintings set the tone of this library.|
|In the Kemp's living room notice the antique mirrors and painting by Anna Raymond.|
The foyer of Alexis & Trevor Traina
|The foyer to this 107 year old renovated home sets the mood for this modern family. Elle Decor Sept 2011|
|The antique grotto chairs and table over look the garden. The dining table and banquette are both custom.|
A 25 year old young designer turns stickers into wall art.
|A sticker installation in Carol McFadden's New York bedroom. Elle Decor September 2011.|
What a great idea for a 5 year old's bedroom, or at least inspiration for yours truly!