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stacie + pat’s dining room reveal

Stacie contacted me asking if I could start on redecorating her house. She lives in an old milk farmhouse. The kitchen had recently been updated, as well as her home office. She wanted to work on the dining room next. They wanted to update their furniture, walls and decor. I immediately knew that I wanted to brighten it up. I chose Sherwin Williams City Loft for the walls and Sherwin Williams Snowbound for the trim. They love it so much, they want to pull it through the rest of their house! I had purchased this light for a different client and knew that it would look amazing in this space. This table was a staple in the room for sure. We chose Sandstone 90″ and it looks amazing with these chairs. We decided on adding slipcovered captains chairs for the convenience of washing them when they get dirty, while still adding that farmhouse feel. The buffet was a find from Home Goods, while the rug and accessories tied the whole room together. They couldn’t be more happy with the end result, and I couldn’t be more happy for them.

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maddie’s bedroom refresh

I’ve been a little quiet over here lately, but for good reasons! I’ve got 3 different projects going on at once, and they’re all out of town. I’m talking 2 hours to one, 1.5 hours to another and 45 minutes to one more. It keeps…

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diana + steve’s farmhouse reveal

Last April, I was contacted by Diana to help her remodel the kitchen and 2 bathrooms to her family farmhouse. Everything needed to be completely gutted. Doors and windows moved, the floor taken out and leveled. You name it, it needed it. This project was…

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the one room challenge week 5: the last details

Week 5 of the Spring 2019 One Room Challenge! Since getting back from Mexico and Arizona, I’ve been busy getting everything together! This week was all about the last details. If you’re new to the ORC, here’s a little bit about it! The One Room…

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the saxon inn | deluxe rooms + hallways

2 years ago, I had the honor of doing The Saxon Inn at Alfred University. I worked on the Managers Office, the Breakfast Room, the Foyer, the Executive Suite and the Stairwells. It was an amazing experience. We had been working on doing the rest…

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