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I am excited to share with you my nursery redesign for Ava and Viv’s room.  I wanted the nursery  to capture their playful personality, so I went with a white, bright backdrop and added pops of color. When planning their nursery I originally thought I would stick to a neutral palette but after discovering a pair of beautiful rich violet ikat pillows from Furbish Studio, I decided that I wanted to add more touches of color.  I started to incorporate touches of pink, gold, pom-poms and textiles to create interest within the room.   My oldest daughter is a huge animal lover, so incorporating animals was also an important part of this space.  From the fun Oh Joy gold animal figurines to the large plush Melissa and Doug giraffe,  I have slowly been adding and incorporating animal decor items as I find them.

This  room serves as our nursery and  playroom so having great storage was essential.  Attached is a  huge walk in closet that has plenty of baskets and buckets (not pictured).  This allows us to keep this small multi-functional space clean and tidy.

I am excited to add more items and further style this room as my girls grow.  It has been a joy creating a playful space for my two girls.


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Pink Office pink office style

1. Gold Lamp 2. Pink monogram pillow 3. Black dots print 4. Polka dot journal 5.Polka dot candle 6. Lucite arm chair 7. White lacquered desk 8. Tortoise shell box 9. Desk calendar 10. Pink tray

The start of the New Year brings New Years Resolutions. If you are like me, you may have made the commitment to be more productive and organized in 2014.  In order to kick-start this goal, I wanted to freshen up my workspace by adding a pop of pink.  Pink is not only fun, it adds an element of femininity and joy to a workspace. 

Inspired by Kelly Wearstler’s office, I created a space that is inviting and inspires me to be more productive. I kept with a mostly neutral palette of black, white, and gray and added a few bright pink accessories to add that punch. Incorporating a bit of gold, gave the space just the right hint of glamour.  Revamping my workspace with this pop of pink, has given me that extra push that I needed.



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