Big Headboard Roundup!

A bunch of you asked for a headboard round-up, and so I am here to deliver! Headboards are an important part of the style in your bedroom, and can make a big impact without the cost of a whole bed. when using headboards we like to pair them with crisply tailored bedskirts in white or a coordinating fabric to the headboard. Another tip- make sure to measure the height of the headboard to be sure it’s tall enough. There is nothing worse than splashing out good money on a headboard only to put all your pillows on it and no longer be able to see it!
Many of these choices below come in a variety of fabrics, so if you see one you like be sure to click the link to see what other colors and patterns it comes in!
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Fashion Friday: Coral Crush!

One of my most favorite colors to wear in the summer is coral. It’s long been a color I gravitate to- in fact, my bridesmaids’ dresses at my wedding about 10 years ago were coral!  It looks so good paired with white denim, tan leather and gold accents! So I rounded up some favorite current items in this shade today:

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PSA: That is a Shirt, Not a Dress.

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Ok, this is my random thought for the week.  This has to be said, much like four or five years ago when we all had to band together as a gender and decide that “tights are not leggings” ( nice thong!) and “leggings are not pants”.  The 2015 version of this is “that shirtdress is a shirt, not a dress”.   Someone brought this up to me the other day when witnessing an otherwise pulled together woman strutting around in public in not only an insanely short shirtdress, but also a sheer one and was BAFFLED. I think I can safely say that  no woman ever wants a man to look at her and have his first thought be “Oh my God, she forgot to put her pants on this morning! Poor woman!”

A Fun New Sofa Source!

I’m always on the look out for new sources for furniture- especially upholstered goods that can be customized. This week I was searching for a sofa for an e-design client and came across this company Roger + Chris.  These guys make a great selection of sofas and chairs available in a TON of various fabrics!  And bonus, the pricing is SO good, you can do C.O.M (customer’s own material) and the pieces are made right here in the USA!  The example of their work that really sold me was this pink English roll arm number, very reminiscent of the pinned-to-death pink sofa of Atlanta’s Ann Mashburn. turns out they have THREE different pink fabrics… be still my heart!
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Nursery Inspiration: Serene or Bold?

So now that I am halfway through my pregnancy and beginning to feel the little lad move around I have to get down to designing my nursery. And it turns out, this project is my kryptonite.  I have two schemes going- one more bold and one serene. And I CAN. NOT. DECIDE.  Since it was so difficult for me to get pregnant, who knows if I will get to do another nursery again? And since it was such a long, highly anticipated journey I feel so much pressure to make it AMAZING. So it’s got me a little freaked out and incredibly indecisive. But let’s face it- this kid’s room will be redone a few times in his choldhood, so if I go more babyish and soothing for the nursery, I could always make it more bold when he’s 3 or so….right?? :)

So I gathered up a bunch of boy nurseries in both varieties to compare and contrast. Let’s start with the serene and soothing:

Simple, bright and lovely.
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This nursery by Christine Dovey  is the definition of serene- I’ve posted about it before I love it so much.
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