Live Loud Girl works together with clients who need guidance in styling their home. We take care of anything from a single (kids) room to an entire house, from design board to final installation.
Last year just before summer we had the chance to go beyond the borders and get our hands dirty on a very exciting project. A new house that were to become a home for a family of five. The seven rooms were all projects on their own, allowing us to really get our creative juices flowing.
We have shared the kids rooms, adult spaces and a nursery ‘shop the look’ on this blog yet we still receive many questions on where we find the products we work with. As we always want to spark the stylist within, we share some insights of this light and vibrant living room.
Working with Pax and Hart is a dream job. We have been a fan of her work since forever. We have used her art in our own homes, in photo shoots and interior styling projects as they are so versatile and funky.
Last year we had the chance to actually work for this talented lady from Down Under. We were asked to create a concept and style the photoshoot of her new prints that she wanted to present in a homey environment with a vintage yet playful feel.
On January 26th 2014, Linda decided that she would not let any non-existing knowledge about blogging get in her way of sharing styling inspiration and her love for design.
Today, three years down the line, we are happy that Linda posted that first blog post (which makes us cringe a bit). In fact, today Live Loud Girl consists of over 230 blog posts and 2283 Instagram posts starring numerous beautiful projects that make us proud.
That first post brought Live Loud Girl to where we are today.
Styling a photo shoot is something we love to do. Styling a photo shoot with babies was a first for us. Yet when the girls behind the new baby leggings brand Hotbunz asked us to take care of the styling, we could not resist as we share a love for simple and subtle style.
Hotbunz is a new brand on the block that designs baby pants that are comfortable above all. The organic cotton pants are soft for baby tummies and don’t restrain their little legs. And not less important, they come in lots of mouthwatering color combinations.