December 19, 2017

AN ART-INSPIRED BIRTHDAY PARTY


My daughter is turning 8 next week (which kind of blows my mind!) and she's been wanting a sleepover since she turned 4. Yep. Four. It only took her another 4 years to get me on board with her plan! 

I decided to turn it into an art party/sleepover to give the girls a little structure through the evening since this party started a few hours after a full day of Saturday school (such wonderful weather we've had in South Carolina during hurricane season...). 

September 27, 2017

SEASONAL PRINTS IN THE SHOP

Who doesn't love a good Halloween print? And these digital ones are the perfect addition to your spooky decor!


August 21, 2017

June 5, 2017

PAPER GOODS

I've introduced paper goods into my business! It's something small and fun to add in between my party styling and e-design clients.

I opened up an etsy shop to mainstream how I sell things. Especially since I went digital with the home design side of my business. Paper goods along with my e-design boards can be purchased there!


May 15, 2017

BRUNCH AND BABES


What's better than brunch and your best gals? Celebrating a new babe with brunch and your gal pals, of course! 

This brunch baby shower was perfect and full of sweet details. 

May 12, 2017

FUN PILLOWS FOR LITTLES


one | two | three | four | five | six | seven

With our new floors being almost completed, I'm thinking about fresh designs for my kids room. Neither of them have "completed" bedrooms. Though, as a designer, I don't think any room is ever done but both of their rooms definitely need work and I have lots of ideas and dreams for them. 


May 9, 2017

A POP OF TURQUOISE


This design plan stumped me! I wanted to bring change and a fresh style to my client's space because she asked me for one, but I also wanted to respect her tastes. She had things to work with/around - like a red kitchen wall and a giant turquoise/aqua area rug in her living room.

We did two design plans. Her living areas and kitchen are pulled together in one, while her office/playroom area off of the kitchen has it's own design.

I totally believe in working with what you'e got. You never know how you can turn a look around by adding in and working around pieces rather than starting over from scratch. Besides, who can afford to start over from scratch every time they need a new look?