Some weeks ago, we were asked to style the images for the Brighteyez kids wear lookbook as part of their website launch. We’re happy to tell you that is online. The result: a funky, summer fun lookbook with urban playful designs in palettes made to mix and match. Absolutely adorable and fun!
We finished this spring season with a big bang, also known as the dreamy teenage girls room. A project that exited us so much that we could not wait to share it.
We always start with deciding on a color pallet. A ‘teen girls room’ is definitely not the same thing as a ‘girls room’ so we decided to combine a variation of soft blue and mint tones with white, naturals, black and gold.
A playroom at a grandmother’s house for her seven grandchildren. Six boys and one girl to be exact. The room needs to be quite wear and tear free, have lots of storage for all the toys while keeping enough room for all the boys to play. We started off with statement wall paper. We’ve had been waiting to use this wallpaper from Fine Little Day in a room for so long and was extremely happy that we could finally make this reality.
Since we do so many kids rooms, see so many great products and are constantly inspired to do more, I desperately wanted to work our magic but this time at home. Jack’s room had been on the to-do list for a long time since I felt it wasn’t complete.