January 21, 2017
January 19, 2017
As you may have seen if you follow me on either Facebook or Instagram, I worked for a couple of days over the weekend doing design and color consulting with ORCHARD SUPPLY HARDWARE. I'm really so thrilled to be working with them as a brand ambassador and am more impressed every single time I walk into one of their stores!
Let's be honest...no women is crazy about putting an image of herself out there and I'm certainly not, but I'm comfortable enough in my own skin and expertise to do color and design consulting and was right in my element here! One of the most interesting customers was a lady who told me that she and her husband are both color blind and they wanted some help in matching some existing colors to fresh paint with Benjamin Moore. I was so happy to let her know about something that makes it EASY, so read on to find out about this breakthrough!
January 18, 2017
A spot to get away and feel as if we are in an outdoor bistro in the south of France perhaps. In my previous post I told you the how-to of creating a similar outdoor bistro in your home and today it's a little bit of tablescaping and a personal sort of romantic story.
January 17, 2017
This is the time of year that we love here in Florida and the reason that our beautiful state continues to become more crowded and sought after than ever! We enjoy the outdoors and love our little piece of paradise that is the main reason we purchased our home over 25 years ago.
This is a before shot...it's pretty, but I'd love for you to see what we did in the after!
January 14, 2017
Before I get started on a little wrap up and news, I want to wish you a happy weekend! It's been a busy week for me so far and I hope that I get to take tomorrow off. Sunday is generally a day that we take it easy, read the New York Times with a pot (or two) of coffee and often go out for breakfast. Sound good to you?
January 12, 2017
I just love the power of paint and how it can absolutely change the entire attitude of a room! Paint comes in all different types and there are enough techniques to write a massive paint encyclopedia on. Maybe there already is one?!