Winter is finally coming to a close, which means that spring has almost sprung. It’s time for greenery and new growth, for spring cleaning and organization, for putting away the heavy coats and boots in exchange for light jackets and color. Spring is also an opportunity to refresh your home with seasonal decor, incorporating the energy and preparing for a season of new beginnings. In fact, there are plenty of ways you can give your home that fresh spring look. Check out these design ideas that bring spring to the indoors.Read More
Q: Parents of toddlers, where do you spend the most time? Besides the kitchen sink. A: The Playroom!!!
I recently had the opportunity to work with a Carmel family that moved here last year from Chicago. They asked me to "dress up" their first-floor playroom which is visible from their foyer and family room. We transformed the room into a fun, neutral, and functional play space!
Neutral wall colors with a pop of sage green, and bright orange accents added just enough color to make the room playful. A custom canvas display surrounded by floating shelves filled the big, empty wall.
Neutral curtains frame the windows while still letting in sunlight!
And, of course, storage, storage, storage!
A combination of creativity, the "Dollar" bins at Target, Ikea, and Jo-Ann Fabrics dressed up this play room while staying budget-focused. Play on little ones, play on!