Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Sneak Peeks

Here are a few in-progress shots from the condo. I (and my posse) painted the walls Celadon Green from Benjamin Moore with Decorator's White on the trim. It's probably not super clear from the photo. Sorry.



And the new dining room rug: brown houndstooth. (Cram it, all you Bama fans. This isn't black and white, and there's no red in sight.)



Dining room fabric samples:




Guest room fabric samples to go with this Garnet Hill quilt in vanilla. Blue walls—Icing on the Cake from Benjamin Moore.



Craft room fabric samples. Eventually the bedding will look like this on this bed.



And, finally, living room fabric samples. Yes, it's clear I have become fascinated with green.





More to come. Stay tuned!

11 comments:

Bowlby said...

Were you seriously awake at 4:30? SERIOUSLY?

Natalie said...

Nice! It looks great, can't wait to see the finished product!

stephinbham said...

4:30? My post says 11:50! You know me better than that!

Bowlby said...

I'm talking about your twitter thing, which says "Why do I insist on staying up too late." It says it was posted about 4 hours ago...making it about 4:30.

stephinbham said...

Ohhhh, no way. I was out at 12:30. Twitter time is always off.

Mom said...

Looking good girl! Maybe you have found you a new profession....you might just have to take on Interior Design (for pay).

The Bakers said...

It's so fabulous! I would insist on moving back in, but I don't know that Ryan could handle all the pink.

Leah said...

I wish I could get away with decorating with pink. I can't wait to see everything in person!

stephinbham said...

Ohhh, girls, there's really a lot more coral than pink. It's just hard to tell. And everyone knows that coral is way more manly than pink!

amyb said...

I like your mom's idea. That should be our "Plan B" (since people keep asking if I have one in case of layoffs -- ack!) and you need to have me as your partner in the design biz!

Leah said...

I didn't know that coral was back in style. Maybe my shell-shaped sinks won't look so out of place now.