Yuma or Bust

I have had the opportunity to work with a darling family who lives in Yuma of all places.  We've been working hard to get two of her kids rooms done.  Here's a peek at our 20 hour adventure we took a few weeks ago to put it all together.
{Tyler was such a trooper taking a day off of work to join me and be my little man slave all day.  
Babe, I seriously love you!!!}

Note: pictures aren't great because I only took my phone, the rooms aren't complete either,
 but it's a good start.  There's only so much two people can do in one day.

On our way.....
Starting to put up the vinyl in one room.  The wallpaper in the other was already up, LOVE it!
Recovered chair from Ikea, end table from Home Goods, Anthropologie dresser, Antique mirror painted to match the color palette, wire topiary from Home Goods.  Still to come: 2 Capiz lighting pendants from Pottery Barn over the chair and collectable heirloom plate arrangement over the end table.
Gracing this wall are two Ikea shelves with added antique brackets, Ferm living birdcage silhouette, Anthro vases, antiqued knick knacks, Home Goods white bird, thrifted children's books, Paris Envy turquoise wing, Home Goods frame and balloon animal amongst other things.
Misc. frame and mirror wall all painted in blues, raspberries and pink colors.  Layla Grace bed frame, Anthro Bedding, Pillows and bed skirt in Amy Butler and Heather Bailey fabrics to come, end table from Home Goods, Vintage window frame in original color from her grandmothers old home and Giraffe sconce lighting from Jonathan Adler home.  Vinyl pattern designed from a Heather Bailey fabric by DeCrow Designs and created by my friend Jill Wright {not sure what her Vinyl company's name is}.
The view of the other bed, and dinner, KFC.
This is the other room we started, but didn't finish.  The baby's room.  We spent hours flipping through book after book of random wallpapers {mostly junk} and came out with this.  We had it hung on the two less prominent walls with it wrapping up and around the ceiling as well.  I love the way it turned out!  We purchased a dresser from good old Ikea, found the fun lamp at an antique shop in Phoenix then added the lamp shade from Anthro.  We are combining ultra modern pieces with a splash of Vintage accessories.  Still to come, A LOT!
Susan, my client, found these darling prints at Layla Grace.  We hung a long modern shelf above the changing table/dresser that will hold a vintage metal playhouse among other treasures we find.  The old scale works perfect for holding lotions and powder next to the changing pad.  We also found this darling laundry basket at Urban Outfitters that I am in super love with, sorry it's no longer available.
A super blurry pic, again I only had my phone, but here is another corner of the room.  We found an old metal patio chair for rocking the baby back to sleep at night.  We still need to get a custom cushion made for that piece.  The tuft is from Home Goods and can double as a small table space for a bottle.  We hung some of Susan's heirloom baby dresses on the wall.  We are still waiting for the bookshelves to come from Jennifer DeLonge, in pink of course!  They will hang next to the crib, lower on the wall.
The next picture is of a small space she had at the top of her stairs.  We're dubbing it as the reading nook now with custom canvas art decoupaged with Shel Silverstein poems {not all the pieces are shown}.  The ultra comfy couch was purchased at Found, and the chandelier is a fun pop of color from an Antique store in Phoenix.Photobucket
The open road, on our way to home sweet home!

I can't wait for the next trip to finish these two rooms up and start on the next ones and I promise I'll get MUCH better pictures while I'm at it!

Remember, I'm for hire too!  Let me know if you have a space in your home you'd like a little tweaking with or help on, I always love a new project!

1 comment:

Lissa said...

You are so dang creative. If I had even an ounce of what you've got I would be so happy!