If you’ve seen my house, you probably know I have a serious thing for blue. Growing up I was surrounded by a lot of blue and white and while I briefly and maybe subconsciously rebelled in my early 20s with browns, oranges and reds, I keep coming back to blue. Indigo, navy, cobalt, robin’s egg, aqua and all shades in between. I love how blue can be moody and sophisticated, serene and calm or bright and happy depending on its saturation and pairing. And really it almost acts as a neutral with how well it pairs with other colors. A quick look at my Instagram feed and you’ll see it with yellow, coral, pink, red and green. Did I tell you that I have a thing for blue??Continue reading “color crush | dusty blues”
Happy New Year! It’s been some time since I last posted, but I’m back today and couldn’t be more excited to share this transformation with you. If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen some sneak peeks of this powder room refresh at our Fox Hollow Traditional project. We had it mostly completed before the holidays, but just finished installing the last few finishing touches this week and it’s hard to believe it’s even the same space!Continue reading “fox hollow traditional powder room reveal”
After a quiet couple of months here on the blog, I’m finally back with some exciting news…I’m officially open for business! I couldn’t be more excited to introduce you to to my new venture, Styling Gypsy Interior Design LLC.
This summer was a bit of a whirlwind and while it was always my intention to launch the business this year, I probably would not have gotten things moving at the time that I did had opportunity not come a knockin’. But when you meet a super cool couple who just bought a new house and are willing to put their trust in you to help them make it a fresh space for their family and a home they love, you quickly roll up your sleeves and jump right in.Continue reading “introducing styling gypsy interior design”
Anyone else feel like you’re doing everything and nothing at all this summer? With the exception of a few weeks of camp in June for my kids, we’ve had virtually no schedule. I love it because we can have fun on the fly, but it also makes it harder to set aside blocks of time to get much done with work or home projects. So that’s partially why it’s mid-July and I’m just now getting our patio decor ready for the season. I just keep telling myself that I’m getting a jump on fall when we use it the most. Continue reading “the beauty of teak”