I have a tab up there at the top about design boards as well as some information on how I can help non-locals under the “services” tab. I thought I would show you a real-life example in case you are wondering how and if you would use those services. This “client” is near and dear to my heart because she is my sister. I am the youngest of three girls so trust me, when I get an opportunity to show them my skills I am thrilled. Somewhere in me is still that little pesky sister trying to prove she is just as grown up and cool as them. Plus I have to help Lauren via the internet because she lives on the other side of the country. Literally…me- North Carolina, her-Seattle. BOO!
My precious nephew Nash is well on his way to 2 years old and I have a new nephew baking in her oven as we speak. She is transitioning Nash to his big boy room so the baby can have the nursery and she wanted some help coming up with ideas. She knew she wanted something “outdoorsy” and not themed and here is what she found to start:
I suggested that they also add textures that would add softness to help create a cozy, cabin-like feel since she is into the outdoorsy theme. A knit throw and felt reindeer are just the ticket! The stool adds an industrial spin to the room and could double as a side table. The driftwood garland could be used in a hundred ways…hanging over a window or large frame or even just lying on a dresser top. I am sure Lauren will put her own spin on things and Nash’s room will be great. I’ll be sure to get her to send us pictures of the final room!