Remember the contest that I
hounded asked you to vote for me as the Trad Home designer whose style you like the best?
I cannot believe it, because I never win anything, but I WON!
Yes, I WON!
There is no doubt in my mind YOU are the reason I won. I am humbled and grateful, and I could not be more flattered.
Thank you. Thank you for all of your support and for your vote.
Hunter Douglas was giving away $1,000 to a lucky recipient who entered the contest. I am hoping one of you won, so if you did, please let me know!
As always, thank you for reading and for encouraging my work. I truly love what I do, and I am grateful for the opportunities and blessings that have come my way.
Have a great day, everyone!
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Not sure how you feel, but for me, summer seems to be going by way too fast. Before we know it, we will be buying pumpkins for Halloween and arranging our fall dining table. I am ready to pump the breaks a little, as I am quickly reminded how time flies when looking at how quickly my girls are growing.
I was honored when B-Metro Magazine asked me in July’s issue for a few tips on how to furnish a teenage room. In this article, I share where to spend your money in the room to create a space that can grow with your child. They were kind enough to share four rooms of my work, and while each child’s room has its own look, you will see similarities in each. Balance your classic, more expensive pieces -like the headboard, window treatments, and bedding- with trendier, less expensive items to round out the room.
To read more on how to design a room for a teen, check out “Living the Teenage Dream” feature in B-Metro. More pictures of these rooms will soon be up on Pinterest, or better yet, feel free to pin yourself.
Have a great day, everyone-
P.S. A BIG thank you to Graham Yelton for the amazing pictures!