Monthly Archives: October 2016

I’m in the One Room Challenge homestretch, so I’m back this Saturday with another quick style spotlight — designer Meredith Ellis. Austin-based Meredith Ellis caught my eye more than any other designer in 2016. Her style resonates with me deeply. I first noticed her while thumbing through a copy of the March issue of Better Homes and […]

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For week 4 of my Artfully Fresh Foyer One Room Challenge, I hit a wall — literally and figuratively. As I was thinking through the whole project in my head — foyer, up the stairs, second floor landing — I realized that I had a whole lot of wall space to fill. BTW, if you’re […]

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I am by no means a DIY girl nor is this really a DIY design blog. I did DIY for years when I had to, but I never really liked it. (My husband used to joke that I “may not have expensive taste, but very particular taste.” Now my taste is a little more expensive, too — […]

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Welcome to Week 3 of Home Glow Design’s One Room Challenge: My Artfully Fresh Foyer. Today I’m tackling lighting. In case you missed them, feel free to check out weeks 1 (inspiration) and 2 (paint color and the myth of mega framing sales). And now…. Lighting: Going with the Flow Unlike someone with an open […]

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“I don’t want to own anything until I know I’ve found the place where me and things belong together.” (Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote) “Home is the nicest word there is.” (Laura Ingalls Wilder) A Perfectly Homey Home Did anyone catch Bailey McCarthy’s Texas home tour on One King’s Lane? I first saw this […]

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