Monthly Archives: April 2018

It’s week 4 of Home Glow’s Saturday Blog — the Thursday ORC edition. Quick recap — I’m turning a 19th century blacksmith shop into a studio for Home Glow Design. I call it my Ultimate She-Shed, because, after nearly 8 years as a stay-at-home parent to boys, getting back into the professional world is a happy, creative […]

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I’ve been meaning to write this post for some time, but the opportunity has come up again, thanks to my One Room Challenge lighting scenario. But let me back up. My old house has gone through so many retrofits in its long life, that you never know what is inside the walls. One of the […]

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Hello and welcome to Home Glow’s Saturday Blog — the One Room Challenge Thursday edition! If you’re just tuning in, I’m turning a 19th century blacksmith shop into a studio for Home Glow Design. I call it my Ultimate She-Shed, because, after nearly 8 years as a stay-at-home parent to boys, getting back into the […]

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Last week in my post on feminine-style Roman shades, I posted this picture of a living room by Houston designer Meg Lonergan. What a wonderful kaleidoscope of of color, tempered by the neutral walls and and natural shades. Apricot, chartreuse, fuchsia  — brilliant! It’s from Meg’s own home, recently featured in Southern Living. Meg was born […]

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Hello! If you caught my One Room Challenge week 1, I’m going to be turning a 19th century blacksmith shop into a design studio for Home Glow Design (you can read here if you missed it). Last week, I was trying to decide between 2 design schemes, each of which I dearly love for completely […]

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