Happy Friday y’all! I surely did not see this week pass by because of workload so I guess I will make sure to switch my brain off this weekend (which is not really possible since I’m a hummingbird and always thinking about something…) aaaaaanyway, here are 3 things making me happy!
Friday cocktails, Friday cocktails makes me really happy…
My main view this week…
Friday pillow I got for my friend E.’s birthday that looks too cool for school on her teal sofa…
Happy weekend people!
Here are 3 different ways to style and decorate your bedroom:
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I finished this project in June and somehow completely forgot to write a post about it..! This was a lot of fun to do actually not only because these clients were the best clients in the world (making decisions in 5min, being open to colour, new concepts) but because I had a vision and it turned out even better than what was in my head…
We removed the old wooden floor and the old kitchen, repainted all the walls (in a lovely bright and warm white with touches of taupe) and this new floor is really really gorgeous I think!
Here is the best part, before/after pictures:
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A lot of home offices look just really terribly boring (this is in fact why I often get hired “please, do something about this mess, it looks horrible!”). Here are some inspirational pictures showing that you may just need to add a bit of color and fun, hide what’s ugly (binders, printer) to see a radical change!
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This room was initially supposed to be a small living room but then the owner’s daughter said she wanted it to be her new bedroom (she was sharing it with her brother). I was really thrilled since it was my first girl bedroom to design and I think it turned pretty well..
We repainted the whole room and a new dark wooden floor replaced the old one. Since she is now 9 years old but wanted something she can grow with, I choose a neutral palette that can be updated and grow with her.
picture source severine piller design