This beautiful Los Angeles home belongs to Lauren Weisbarth and her family of four. They wanted something young, fun, bright and energetic with a beachy vibe but didn't know how to pull the look together. With the help of One Kings Lane co-founder Alison Pincus and interior designer Hillary Thomas, they transformed her home into a sophisticated, family-friendly haven. Let's take a tour of this stylish abode below!
Isn't this home gorgeous? I really enjoyed touring this stunning home. The dining room vignette with the trellis wallpaper and blue chest look absolutely chic and is definitely my favorite spot in this home. Anything catches your eye, my lovelies?
Looking to redecorate your child’s bedroom
into the dream space they have always wanted? Below are some ideas that cover everything from bunk beds, bedroom
furniture to accessories so you and your child can get truly creative. Bunk
Bed If your child shares a room with a sibling
then a bunk bed could be the perfect space saving solution for you. They came
in different shapes and sizes so there are bound to be one that suits your
needs. But this can make buying a bunk
bed mattress tricky as sometimes you will need a single and small double
for your bunk bed. The bunk beds compact and multi-functional design will bring
harmony and order to your children’s bedroom.
Bedroom Furniture Sets
Choosing a themed bedroom furniture set is
a great way to update your child’s bedroom without having the hassle of repainting
or wallpapering the entire bedroom. There are numerous different themes to
choose from including Arabian Nights, Princess, Dinosaur and the classic Boy
Car Racer. The one you choose is entirely dependent on your little ones
Nothing makes a bigger or bolder statement
than a novelty bed. The bed is the heart of any bedroom so choosing one that
suits your child’s tastes is no mean fete. For boys the obvious choice is the
car bed, but there are choices as diverse as ships and rocket beds. Whereas
girls have the pick from princess carriage beds that will make them feel like
Cinderella to pink car beds. As you can see both girls and boys have a variety
of novelty beds to choose from.
Wall art is the ultimate way to put your
children’s personal stamp on your child’s bedroom. It is inexpensive as either buying
stencils or creating your own stencils is more cost effective than hiring a
decorator. It can also be a fun project you can do with your child. So roll up
your sleeves and grab brush and turn your child’s wall into a truly unique
piece of art.
Finally no child’s bedroom would be
complete without toys and games. The traditional choices are a rocking horse,
cuddly toys and the quintessential train set. But if you fancy something more
vibrant why not use the icons of kitsch and retro games for inspiration. You
can buy Ppacman duvet sets or twister rugs to bring a touch of this fun style to
your child’s bedroom.
Written by Nicola who writes about home furnishings
on behalf of Wedo.
Disclaimer: I have received compensation in return for publishing this article.
Textile designer, Erin Flett pulled together her Maine home using many colorful secondhand finds, bargains, hand-me-downs and textiles from her own line. Let's take a look at her cheerful, budget-friendly home below!
I really enjoyed checking out this charming and cheerful home. The bright, happy colors and layering of patterns certainly put a smile on my face. Do you enjoy touring this home as well? Which room is your favorite?
Introducing Charlotte-based designer, Kristen Cone. At an early age, she has been exposed to design and style, thanks to her family legacy of textile manufacturing. Growing up, Kristen was inspired by her mother's beautiful mountain home and gardens, which were highly regarded in Southern Accents Magazine and later in the 2001 book The Southern Garden. As a world traveler, she is influenced by her exposure to textiles, furniture and decor abroad, especially in Sweden, France and Belgium. Let's take a lot at her beautiful work, shall we?
Her interiors are warm, neutral, cozy and sophisticated at the same time. I am particularly drawn to the casually elegant living room with the black and white map above the sofa and the chic and contemporary living room with the Louis Vuitton trunk coffee table. Which room gets your vote? To learn more about Kristen Cone and her work, please visit http://kristenconeinteriors.com/.
This three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath high-rise Buckhead, Atlanta condo belongs to interior designer, Lee Kleinhelter that she shares with her husband, Kevin and her 14-year-old stepdaugther and her 3 1/2 year-old son. Check out how she expertly mixes furnishings from her fabulous design shop, Pieces to create her chic home below!
What do you think about this home tour? Personally, I am drawn to her fresh and eclectic dining area. The unexpected gorgeous mirrored folding screen creates such a huge statement in the space. What do you love most about this home? I would like to hear your thoughts!
Welcome to my blog. I am an Interior Decorator in Chicagoland, Illinois. Married and a mommy to my 6 year old son. Through this blog, I will be sharing my passion for design and my inspirations with you. Occasionally, I will also be showing you my home and some of my clients' decorating projects. I am a firm believer that a beautiful home can be achieved in any budget through creativity and smart shopping. Currently, I am offering e-design (online decorating) service at an affordable rate to help you create a home that reflects you, a home that will make you smile every time you walk through the door. Hope you have fun following along. Email me at mixandchic(at)yahoo(dot)com if you have any questions. Thanks for reading!