My daughter decorated her room, all by herself :). I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised, and thought her room turned out beautiful! She wanted a white and tiffany blue room, with a beachy feel. She created a gallery wall with a variety of teal and white cottage frames. Rivulets Quilt from Anthropologie. Throw Pillows ~ Target & World Market. Fabric for Headboard Jumbo Aqua Stripe ~ New Arrivals, Inc. New Arrivals Custom Pom Pom Curtain Panels. Bedside Table ~ Homegoods.
This is a full shot of our entryway, living room & gallery wall.
Solid Pine Knotty Adler Custom Doors with wrought iron grills. Mexican Tile Border from Latin Accent Tiles. #frontdoors
For our entryway, we add large pine front doors ~ My favorite part of the remodel! Rug from Anthropologie. Foyer tile from Tabarka Tile.
Sunburst Mirrors ~ Ballard Designs & World Market. Lamp Homegoods. Cabinet Pier 1.
A collection of old and new photos. #gallerywall
Chandelier Aiden Gray Home. #chandelier
Our den is a large open space and connects with our new kitchen. Features slipcovered white furniture (the ONLY way to go with kids!) #slipcovered #den #familyroom
Slipcovered linen sofa. Rustic accents. Area Rug ~ West Elm
Backsplash is Tabarka Tile, white custom cabinets, butcher block island top, marble countertops. Stools from Home Decorators. #kitchen #remodel
Built In Subzero frigerator, Lighting over island from Park Hill Collection.
Farmouse kitchen sink from Kohler. Pendant light Currey & Co.
Eat In Breakfast Area
Filled with cottage armoire photos & beach knick knacks. Diamond jute rug from Homegoods.
Sign from You & Me Signs (etsy store). Mirrors Ballard Designs. Sconces Cyan Design.
My Daughter’s Room
Jack & Jill Bathroom
New Laundry Room
I did shiplap walls in my Laundry Room ~ Love them! Tabarka floor tile & laundry sink from Kohler. Custom cabinets ~ handles from Anthropologie.
Sign from House of Belonging (etsy store).
Land of Sunshine Sign from New Arrivals, Inc.
My Maltese, Harley
Our home is located in Atlantic Beach, Florida a couple of blocks from the beach, in the “Oceanwalk” subdivision. Oceanwalk is a beach side community with over 250 homes and is only a bike ride away from the Beaches Town Center ~ a collection of shops and restaurants.
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