Like all of you, I wear many hats. I am a business woman, wife, twin mama, piano teacher, tutor, aunt, daughter and friend. During the day I work with my husband in our investment business. Although I enjoy my work, decorating is my passion. It is my creative outlet where I can really get my juices flowing. I believe your home should reflect your personality and lifestyle. You should walk through your front door and go “Ahhhh.” It should be a place where you can put your feet up, but also get them dancing. Come join me on this Design Adventure!
Today Kicks off our mini series on Neutral Nurseries! You are going to love what Courtney from A Thoughtful Place has put together for our baby to be! If you are visiting today...welcome! You can catch up on our adoption announcement HERE and update HERE. Enjoy!!
Hi all! I am so, so honored to be hanging out here on Amy's blog. I had the pleasure of meeting Amy at Haven this past year and we hit it off right away. She is one of those people you could get lost in conversation with for hours. I know that Amy and her husband will be the most amazing parents to the child that is just waiting to be loved and cared for. I was thrilled when Amy asked me to put together a neutral nursery. I honestly think that nurseries have come a long way. I love the idea of a nursery being rather neutral so that the toys, sweet baby clothes, cozy blankets and art work can create a colorful atmosphere. I also believe that neutral pieces can carry over into their toddler years much more seamlessly. You can add or switch up accent pieces whenever you wish. Here is what I created for Amy and her baby to be!
Oh my goodness! Thank you Courtney for this amazing design board! I am loving the gray muted tones paired with the pops of oranges, greens and blues. I am also crushing on that modern crib with sleek lines and that Moroccan pouf is a must! And..um Hello fabulous chandelier!
Tomorrow we will see the lovely Neutral Nursery design of Denise from Gratefully Inspired. Can't wait! This is so much fun!!!
What do you all think? What is your favorite part about this design?