I hope you all have been having wonderful summers! I have so been enjoying the slower pace of my days but am definitely struggling to find time to blog now that Knox isn’t in preschool and maybe (gasp!!!) giving up his nap altogether. Holy long days! I’ve been trying to enjoy it though, as exhausting as it may be. I’m also working on getting a few of my projects from the spring professionally photographed and assembled into an actual portfolio. I hope to have those images to share with you early in the fall.
I haven’t shared a design board here in a long time. I struggle with whether to post them without “after” photos to accompany them or to just wait until the whole project is wrapped up and photographed. But regardless, this particular master bedroom is one of my most favorite spaces ever. These clients have a darling home a few blocks from Block Island sound. It’s not huge by any means but that doesn’t mean you have to skimp on style. They wanted something neutral, with a nod to the seaside surrounding but they didn’t want it overtly beachy. That was pretty much all the direction they gave me which is kind of a dream. I was a little nervous about the jellyfish prints. I find them to be completely magical and gorgeous but I wasn’t sure if they’d think they were creepy. Luckily they were on board. I love when that happens! The rest of the space is a great mix of budget finds and a couple of strategic splurges. I could move right in!