Monthly Archives: August 2009

Inspired by Anthro

If you know me, you know that one of my all time favorite stores is Anthropologie. I’ve loved Anthro since I stepped into the store for the first time about 10 years ago. During the last year, I’ve had a … Continue reading

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Pretending to be in Paris

Do you ever have those days where you wish that you were somewhere else? I do, and today I wish that I was in Paris! It’s probably because I just bought Taschen’s Paris book, and the pictures are making me … Continue reading

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Washed Walls

As a designer, I like to change things up a bit. One way I like to do this is by adding a wash or a glaze to interior walls. Not only does it add another dimension to a room by … Continue reading

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Kentucky Living Room Redo

If you’ve been following my entries on my father-in-law’s living room redo, here’s my design development. I’ve decided to use navy blues, ivories, chocolates and pops of coral to update this room. Here’s my game plan…I’ll keep you posted to … Continue reading

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P.S. I'll Miss You Garden

Now that schools back in session, summer is officially ending. One thing that I’m going to miss about summer, is my back porch garden. I’ve really enjoyed spending time there by myself drinking coffee in the mornings and eating & … Continue reading

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I Love Garden Stools

I really like using outdoor garden stools inside a living room as a side table. They’re versatile and introduce a new unique material. While the antique Chinese garden stools can be quite expensive, I found some great reproductions that won’t … Continue reading

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Greening Green Hills

As promised, here is my plan of how to make the retail area of Green Hills greener and more walkable. Here are a couple plans to show how we can do this. Above is an existing plan of the current … Continue reading

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