People these days are complaining about the state of the world and more and more worry about the future. While interiors can’t solve world problems they can alter the mood in your home. No other color represents happiness, optimism and inspiration like a strong yellow hue. Although some studies say that babies cry louder inColor to steal: Best bold Yellow paint colors
Happy 2020! I was able to do some work on the Idaho cabin over the holidays. Paint, paint, paint seem to be the biggest game changer. From painting vintage finds, to saying good bye to excessive wood paneling, color is definitely fun and refreshing for the New Year. Here are a few progress snap shots….Progress pictures from the cabin makeover
A few days ago we started painting, not all of the house, but enough so we at least can move in.
One of the things I’m kind of obsessing over in design lately is black moldings and windows. This house has low ceilings and sunny California outside so I have to be careful not to be too heavy handed. Since I have the luxury of living there first and seeing what the light does to the walls, I can wait to decide just how heavy I can go with the use of black moldings.
We’re going to move in to the guest room for the first couple of weeks until the floor goes down. The plan for that room is to be a Beverly Hills hotel inspired suite with my own twist, so it was painted coral.We're finally painting!
The renovations are going at full speed and we have only three weeks left to the move in date. I apologize for the intermittent blog posts, but sometimes things get overwhelming and I’m working late in to the night and the blog falls behind. (If you read Swedish follow my daily renovation blog for SwedishRenovation update and color inspiration!
Today is Week #5 of the One Room Challenge, the last week to get my room completed before the final reveal on Wednesday. To catch you up on the progress, here are the previous weeks: WEEK # 1 WEEK # 2 – WEEK # 3 WEEK # 4 Knowing I only had a few daysOne Room Challenge – Week # 5