As always your $10 design questions have been a lot of fun this week. We’ve picked out a lot of pillows, shopped for not so officey office furniture, filled in blank walls, loved it! I do have an opening this week to start a new e design / design board client if you’ve been thinking about it, just drop me a note :) email@example.com
I’ve had bedrooms on my mind all day today.. we’ve been pulling ours together since the house is going on the market this week. I sold our big wood headboard, and I’m not even kidding after it was gone walking into our room was like a sigh of relief! I have been fighting that headboard for so long! I love my bed all linen sheets and duvet, new tufted bench at the end and the antler wreath above. Here’s a quick shot tonight, I’ll take better daytime pictures too :)
Just like the console in the last post.. our bedroom has also had it’s fair share of looks..
( oh my gosh, the girls are so little here! )
This picture is on the gramercy site..that’s where the monogrammed pillow is from :)
Oh my gosh.. tiny little light that was later switched out for a much better scaled one-
When the desk was once my side table.. and the painting that started gallery wall!
photo taken by Tracey Ayton for Alberta Home magazine last year-
When my home was published in Ivy &Piper-
Shots taken for Alberta Home Magazine by Tracey Ayton–
It was winter and I was all about layering blankets then!
the recent addition of the antler wreath-
ahh.. changes and changes.. I’ll post the current styling soon! x
design philosophy | providing a foundation to grow and alter through the years, I keep the core basic and layer in the current, creating a room that is innately yours. I believe great interiors are not found in one shop. I know you should feel a sense of calm in your space as well as balance, and revel in that gut feeling that it’s the right fit. DESIGN SERVICES start at only 10.00. See Sarah Swanson Design at the top left of this blog!