I’m not sure about you, but when the new year comes around, I feel like I need to not only kick start personal goals, but also just kick start and refresh the space around me. Change the scenery up a bit, and get organized. There always seems to be a running to-do list or goals list, and my home is no different. Well, here are some tips that you can get accomplished in one day or over the weekend to refresh your home and add a little more style without breaking the bank.
Around the Studio
So much has been going lately and sadly I haven’t been keeping up-to-date with you all. I’m not even going to begin to attempt to tell you everything that has been happening. But I thought since 2016 has come to an end, taking the time to reflect on what this studio and has accomplish only seemed appropriate.
The first quarter of 2016 was a whirl wind. Wrapping up projects, starting new ones, traveling, moving and trying to stay balanced amongst it all. Always easier said then done, but some how it all happened and everyone here is still thankfully in one piece.
It seems lately I’ve been doing a lot of master bedrooms and guest rooms. So naturally that means I’ve gotten my fill of beds! I’ve come across a lot of really great options, but of course it always depends on the function, size, and limitations the room has to offer. I’d thought I’d do a great round up of beds spanning from headboards to upholstered beds. Hopefully I don’t lose anyone whisked away but the thought of a great nap or sleep!
For as long as I can remember my mother, being the wonderful gardener she is, always had plants inside and out! Therefor I've always felt the need to keep up that tradition around any apartment or home I've kept. Some have thrived others have died, but shhh don't tell her that. Regardless, I've always enjoyed having them around the house.
Well I’m very excited to start sharing a new project we are really excited about here at CK. One of our design coaching clients has now become an E-Design client! Which is really awesome because number one, it’s great seeing a project through, and number two it’s a touch easier sharing design work with you. I just need your input to take this further, bedroom retreat or bedroom flop?!