we’re in the midst of a minor renovation for one of my clients who live in the garden district.
this is sort of a funny post for me – i’ve never really been a “color” girl when it comes to painting interior walls. as far as paint goes 90% of the time, you can call me white dove (benjamin moore, OC-17, learn it, love it). i’d so much rather advise a client to decorate with fabrics, as i learned from the wonderfully wise melissa rufty, rather than have to decorate around the color on the walls. you have to really commit when you pick a wall color – it’s much easier to swap out a sofa pillow fabric than to re-paint walls. that’s my two cents, anyway…
todd nickey and amy kehoe are the duo behind my new favorite design firm, nickey kehoe. their style […]
whether or not you can spell them (so many vowels…), these moroccan rugs are popping up in more and more interiors i’ve recently seen. they are brightly colored and made up of scraps of cloth. super-soft, i think they’re just the thing for a boring hallway, area rug for a kids room or playroom, or as an accent rug in an otherwise quiet living room.
color crush. note to self: inspiration for the next design project! blush // crimson // lime // metallic […]