SO HAPPY TOGETHER: GENDER NEUTRAL NURSERY [PART 1]

It appears that I may be getting closer to a project reveal. I’ve been working steadily on Brooke and Cameron’s shared nursery and have pretty much completed “Cameron’s Corner.” What’s mainly missing from Brooke’s side of the room is artwork…
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#BABYWARDSHOWER

I can hardly believe in two weeks [or less] I’ll be cradling a precious little newborn just in time for Christmas. This month alone has been super sweet from celebrating the completion of our Room Service Atlanta 2012 service project…
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E-DESIGN: BABY ASCHER’S NURSERY

PROJECT: Whether it is an e-design or full service project, it’s no secret that children’s spaces are my favorite rooms to design. With a little one of my own appearing any day now, I’ve been in nursery mode for quite…
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IVANA’S BIG GIRL ROOM REVEAL

Do you remember Little Ivana? I swear she must be the luckiest four-year-old ever. When her mom called me over for a consultation the family had just moved into a larger home and inherited these beautiful drapery panels along with…
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FUN THANKSGIVING TABLES FOR KIDS

I stand corrected. Remember when I declared via video that we would host Thanksgiving dinner at my house? Well, I was wrong. That won’t be happening this year. My husband kindly informed me that we would be enjoying a catered…
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LAST MINUTE HALLOWEEN TREATS

Are you one of those Moms who’s always rushing at the last minute to pull together treats for your kids’ class? Hand raised. Check out Brittany from One Charming Party’s super quick and uber cute idea for decorating Halloween cupcakes:…
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SMART IDEAS FOR UPGRADING YOUR KID’S ROOM

While on twitter, OnlyLaila requested the names of a few good decor blogs to read. GlossyMimi [my sister from another mister] naturally suggested that she visit my site. I picked up the conversation and continued to tweet with Laila as…
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DECORATING FROM A CHILD’S PERSPECTIVE

If you want to know the truth, just ask a child. Children are very telling, even at the expense of embarrassing their parents. When you listen to their stories, it’s easy to decipher fact from fiction, though the latter tends…
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