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WELCOME 2019

Whitestone Design Group | Welcome 2019

I’ll be honest…. 2018 was NOT my best blogging year. Both my business and personal life were a total whirlwind, but I have zero complaints. Welcoming my newest baby into my family has been the greatest joy… Having baby number one was fantastic, but the feeling of my family now being complete just feels like everything in my life is just as it should be.

One of my greatest accomplishments of last year was leaning into the ability to surrender. Life with a business, two young babies, a new home, friendships that I hold near and dear to my heart has been a total blessing AND a lot to juggle. The perfectionist in me has traditionally been insane about deadlines, had to have every detail in place at all times, and never lets people down (or says no). Last year taught me to prioritize and accept that the little things that go unfinished will not be make my life implode. Blogging was one of those things that I needed to let go of a little bit. My family and my clients came first and I’m okay with that.

Whitestone Design Group | Welcome 2019

With that being said, I’m excited and feeling refreshed to start sharing all over again. I love sharing before and afters of the projects completed here at Whitestone Design Group. I love sharing DIY projects. And I especially LOVE sharing both mine and my families travel experiences! There’s great design all over the world and I intend to see it all!

In this coming year, readers can expect to hear from us hear at Whitestone weekly. We have tons of projects to share with you and insight into our own lives and projects! Even more exciting, we are sooooo excited to announce that we will be opening an online shop this year! One of a kind pieces… Local goods…. All of mine/our favorite pieces in one place! I can’t wait to share how this all comes together.

Please leave us a comment on the things you love to read about the most! I’m putting the finishing touches on this years blogging calendar and want to make sure that you as our reader are getting what you’re coming here for! Thank you so much for stopping by. Happy New Year!

Whitestone Design Group | Welcome 2019

Happy Designing!

heather-scherie

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HALLOWEEN HOME TOUR | 2018

H A P P Y H A L L O W E E N

Now that I have little ones running around my home, I feel like this was the appropriate year to start adding a little spooky decor around the house and I’m so glad I did. Here’s a few photos of the minimal decor I started with this year and a few links to some Halloween Decor I’ll most likely be adding next year.

INSIDE

Whitestone Design Group |  Halloween Home Tour | 2018
Whitestone Design Group |  Halloween Home Tour | 2018
Whitestone Design Group |  Halloween Home Tour | 2018
Whitestone Design Group |  Halloween Home Tour | 2018
Whitestone Design Group |  Halloween Home Tour | 2018
Whitestone Design Group |  Halloween Home Tour | 2018

OUTSIDE

Whitestone Design Group |  Halloween Home Tour | 2018
Whitestone Design Group |  Halloween Home Tour | 2018
Whitestone Design Group |  Halloween Home Tour | 2018
Whitestone Design Group |  Halloween Home Tour | 2018

Outside I went with some fun, muted toned pumpkins and these amazing plants that I found at my local grocery store. The rest of the items I was able to gather around from my home in order to make it looks welcoming and pretty.

What I used…

5. Halloween Art 6. Small Gold Pumpkin 7. Letterboard 8. Black Candlesticks

A few goodies for next year!

9. Candelabra 10. Spider Tablecloth 11. Spider and Web 12. Halloween Banner

Stay safe and enjoy this festive eve! Happy Halloween and Happy Designing!

heather-scherie

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NURSERY DETAILS | SOURCE GUIDE

After the rush of the One Room Challenge, this girl needed a bit of a break.  But, I'm back!  And I wanted to share all the sources for the Pacific Northwest Nursery as the space wouldn't have been nearly as successful without all the wonderful people and vendors that helped me out in a six week time crunch! 

The cutest!!!  I can't wait to get our tiny new soul into this onesie

The cutest!!!  I can't wait to get our tiny new soul into this onesie

1. Nice To Meet You Onesies - The Oyster's Pearl -   I ordered it from their Etsy shop.  It was a quick turn around and the quality is just lovely! 

2. Washington State Teether - Little Spalding Toys - I am so happy with this purchase!!  This might end up being a go-to purchase for all my friends and clients having babies.  They have tons of other adorable toys too. 

3. Wood and Crochet Pacifier Clip - Vikas Creations Shop - Now, in all actuality, my first born refused a pacifier.  But, I'm praying that I don't have that issue with baby number two!  This clip is so my style with the cool combo of crochet and birch wood beads. 

4. Grey Moccasins - Freshly Picked - I bought two pairs for Baby P and can't say enough good things about the quality and comfort Freshly Picked offers.  I couldn't pass up a tiny pair for the impending newborn! 

5. Wooden Blocks - Amazon - Really happy with the quality and I love that they have a modern vibe.  

I love everything about this image!!  The drapes turned out gorgeous and serve as the PERFECT backdrop to this mobile. 

I love everything about this image!!  The drapes turned out gorgeous and serve as the PERFECT backdrop to this mobile. 

6. Felt and Wood Mobile - Sproutling Co. - The owner of this shop was sooooo sweet and accommodating!  She was excellent at letting me know when to expect my order and I have nothing but excellent things to say about the quality.  It does come with a short attachment piece, but I kind of loved that I was able to add my own special touch by creating a longer cord from the ceiling by hand.  In my opinion, the price for the quality is exceptional! 

7. Emerald Drapery Panels - Whitestone Design Group - I'm so excited to share that Whitestone with soon be launching its shop!  These drapery panels will be available in 3 lengths in 5 color ways!  We designed the fabric and hand selected the colors that we feel are both timeless and on trend.  

8. Prayer Beads - Whitestone Design Group - Another available product coming to Whitestone Design Group!  You'll be able to snag these custom designed birch bead prayer beads with handmade cotton tassels in 3 lengths! 

Couldn't be happier!!  

Couldn't be happier!!  

9. Brass Chandelier - Mod Creation Studio - I cannot believe I got such a high quality piece for such a great price!  I get so many compliments on this light fixture.  My favorite part about this piece is that I actually replaced a HORRIBLE boob light with this fixture.  It was awesome to be able to purchase this with a small drop in order to make it work in a bedroom with standard ceilings and not fear it would hit someone in the head! Major win. 

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10. Natural Crib - Ikea - Clean and simple.  It fit my vision perfectly and I was able to get it quickly.

11. Tassle Blanket - Opalhouse for Target - Soft and lovely.  

12. Leather Pouf - Sousou Design - I was really picky about color when looking for this ottoman/pouf.  The quality is great and it came stuffed, which I was really happy about.  I needed quick and efficient! 

13. White Rocking Chair - AllModern - really happy with the quality and I don't have to worry about child number 1 completely wrecking it! 

14. Faux Fur Pillow - World Market - I wanted some great texture and this pillow delivers!  World Market is such a great spot for quick pick items. 

Whitestone Design Group | Pacific Northwest Nursery | Blog - Source Guide

15. Custom Painting - This painting will soon be available via Whitestone Design Group in three sizes.  It's stunning and I love that it was hand done by a local artist that we'll be partnering with.  For more information please contact us at hello@whitestonedesigngroup.com. 

16. Natural Daybed - CB2 - it's best selling feature is that it becomes a queen size bed! 

17. Jute-Sisal Rug - RugsUSA - So soft to the touch!  I'm so happy with the quality with this rug and would order it 10 times over. 

Whitestone Design Group | Pacific Northwest Nursery | Blog - Source Guide

18. Homegrown Onesie - Mini and Meep - I mean... This onesie couldn't have been more perfect for this nursery if it tried.  And, it's organic! 

Whitestone Design Group | Pacific Northwest Nursery | Blog - Source Guide

19. A B to Jay Z Book - The Little Homie - cutest. book. ever!!  This child of the 80s/90s LOVES it!

20. Buffalo Print - Target - framed and all... Can't beat the price.  

Although this nursery didn't take first place in this years One Room Challenge, I can't complain.  The nursery that did win was absolutely adorable and I still love my space SOOOO much!  Now, it's time to sit back and welcome baby number two to their new bedroom! 

Thank you again to all the vendors that bent over backwards to help me get this space together.  And thank you to the magical Wynne of Whearlephotography for taking such beautiful images of my work. 

- Happy Designing - 

heather scherie of Whitestone Design Group

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PACIFIC NORTHWEST NURSERY | ONE ROOM CHALLENGE - WEEK 5

One.  Week.  Left.  I can't believe what a wild ride these past five weeks has been.  I can't believe I've made it?!  I can't believe that next week, it'll all be over and the space will be complete?!  Of all of the weeks, I can say without hesitation that this past week has been the most demanding.  Painting, drilling, coordinating, and making last minute judgement calls has been what this week has been made of.  But, as this challenge is coming to it's close, I feel the sense of relief starting to seep in that makes every, single design project worth it. 

Along with getting everything in place for this awesome One Room Challenge, this mama is busy getting everything ready in our home to welcome this new babe! 

Along with getting everything in place for this awesome One Room Challenge, this mama is busy getting everything ready in our home to welcome this new babe! 

No lies, I'm completely and totally exhausted!!  I have had multiple nights this past week wondering, "What the hell where you thinking?!  I mean, you're 80 thousand months pregnant for God's sake and your toddler has never been busier!"  However, I just took the time to check some items off of last weeks list and that at least makes me feel a bit better.  If you're just checking in for the first time this week, you can view the previous post in relation to the One Room Challenge below: 

week 1 | week 2 | week 3 | week 4

Whitestone Design Group | Pacific Northwest Nursery | One Room Challenge - WK 5 Checklist

Receiving the custom designed fabric was one of the biggest highlights of my week!  Having a fabric line for Whitestone Design Group has been a DREAM of mine for years...  Seeing it come to fruition has been beyond rewarding and the excitement of seeing the soft goods in place is keeping me motivated.  

The other HUGE win this week was wrapping up the DIY Dresser that we are using as storage and the changing table.  THAT was a labor of love... When I originally drafted up my design plans for my intentions with the old dresser, I thought that the construction would be a piece of cake.  Lies... all lies.  It took quite a bit longer than I expected and I got a few more splinters than I was planning on.  However, I am really, truly happy with how its come together and I look forward to putting a Designer DIY post together once this challenge has concluded to share how we made it happen. 

The sad news...  I had to cancel the daybed.  After weeks of delay, I finally called and cancelled.  As Designers, we always have to have backup plans.  I really loved the Lubi Daybed by CB2 because of it's size and color, but a six week timeline is no joke and as Tim Gunn of Project Runway says, I had to "make it work!"  So, "bye bye" beautiful grey daybed and "Hello" natural linen!  

Out with the Old

Out with the Old

And in with the NEW!!! 

And in with the NEW!!! 

WHAT'S NEXT

So, as you can see on the list above, there are some big items left to complete.  We were able to put the new trim and baseboards in, but I fear that there just won't be enough time to wallpaper the closet.  None-the-less, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel and I am excited to share how this gender neutral nursery comes together next week with you all!  

This week, I'll be finishing up all the soft goods for the space, pillows, draperies, etc.  I'll be finishing up my little crafting projects which you can see more of on my Instagram Stories ORC Highlights.  I'll be patiently waiting for the remaining furniture pieces to arrive as well as the commissioned art (eeeeek! I can't wait).  And last, but not least, I'll be starting to fill the room with all the tiny, little things it takes to take care of the new babe!  

Here are a few teaser images to get you through to next week.  As always, thank you SO much for following my journey.  Having babies is such a special time in life and getting to be involved with this One Room Challenge in the midst of it all has been more fun than it has been stressful for sure. What a ride!!!  Make sure to check in to see what the others are doing here.  I'm in AWE of some of the rooms that these talented Designers are pulling off in just 6 week! 

See you next week! 

- Happy Designing -

heather scherie of Whitestone Design Group

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PACIFIC NORTHWEST NURSERY | "ONE ROOM CHALLENGE" - WEEK 3

Whitestone Design Group | Pacific Northwest Nursery | One Room Challenge - WK 3

This week has been interesting as I've been doing most of my work from a distance.  A GREAT distance.  As in, I'm currently checking in from Maui!  I wouldn't trade vacation for anything in the world, and one of the best parts about my job is being able to doing 85% of it from anywhere, BUT, with this six week deadline (only 3 of which are left), it's been an interesting challenge to make sure all the necessary things are getting done! 

Thank the heavens above for the internet and technology.  My biggest task for this week of the One Room Challenge was to make some final decisions on the items I'll be using in the Pacific Northwest Nursery and ensuring that they'll be available on time.  Because there are so many resources online these days, that option has been sooooo helpful.  I'm generally a "touch, feel, fall in love" kind of girl, but I've decided that with this project, I will have to leave those enjoyable parts of the project for the end.  Here are a few of my decisions I still have left to make.  PLEASE!!  Do not hesitate to weigh in with your preference on any of these items.  I've already been so lucky that have the help of some readers with a few other selections I'm so excited about. 

DECISIONS, DECISIONS... 

1. Crib

I love both of these.  I'm going for "unfinished" kind of natural feel, but I like the small painted detail on crib #2 even though it's not completely what I initially was shooting for. Both have non-toxic finishes and are convertible. And both have that minimal look that I was looking for initially. 

2. Paint 

I love Benjamin Moore's paint and their color selections.  I want a nice, earthy green to pair with the clean, bright white I get from BM's Simply White, so here are the two I've narrowed it down to. 1. is Boreal Forest, AF-480.  2. is Lush, AF-475. 

3. Drapery Pattern

I love both of these SO much!  I feel that its impossible to go wrong with either of these, but am a little afraid that one might be a tad overpowering.  However, either way, I need to decide ASAP because this is one of the projects that could push me over on time. The fabric I don't use to make the draperies out of will be used as additional pillows for the nursery. 

WHAT WE HAVE SO FAR - DESIGN SOLUTIONS

Whitestone Design Group | Pacific Northwest Nursery | One Room Challenge - WK 3

1.  Because the room is all hard surfaces, ya know, brick, drywall, and bamboo floors, I need a BIG area room that's soft and provides a lot of visual texture.  So, I'm going to go with this 8'x10' jute/sisal rug to help cover the majority of the floor. 

2. BYE BYE boob light!!! Can't get the existing one down fast enough!  And a HUGE "thank you" to everyone who helped me to select this gorgeous light fixture.  So excited to see it in this babies space! 

3. I'm loving layered rugs right now, so I'm repurposing an existing 5'x8' moroccan wool rug that I own to accomplish that soft, layered look.  I'll probably position this rug underneath the crib.  

4. Want to come visit?!  We've got you covered!  This day bed is AWESOME.  It's size is perfect in the room AND folds into a Queen sized bed solving our issue with needing the extra room to sleep guest.  Our pup Makeena will be happy to know she's still got a good size comfy spot to take her many snoozes in. 

5. The room isn't quite big enough to have a daybed and a large rocking chair in.  So, I decided on this small scale rocker that will go with the rest of our homes decor once we're done using it in the nursery.  We have a great rocking chair in our sons room that we'll use in our living room when the baby is small and requires a lot of night time feedings from half awake parents.  But, the small scale should work great for getting babe to sleep for day time naps in the privacy of he or she's own room. 

6. Woven wood blinds - because I'm a SUCKER for texture.  Then, more texture.  On top of some additional texture!!!  I have a love affair with texture :-) 

7. I've decided to do a collaboration piece with my favorite Pacific Northwest Wood Craftsman. So, although I do love the look of this particular piece, you'll have to check back week 6 to see the final outcome of the custom side table that we come up with! 

8. I love Moroccan leather footstools.  The color is perfect for the nursery and I'm praying that since I've ordered it from Morocco directly, it arrives on time! 

9. Every little one needs a rocking chair.  And this little modern gem is going to do just the trick! 

10. This is where I seriously need to get on my game.  I need to make a selection for the drapery fabric and I need to make it soon!!!  None-the-less, I feel confident about the patterns I have to choose from and I can wait to implement them. 

11. I'm so in love with this fawn fabric!  This textile is soon to be made into adorable bummers for the, yet to be decided, crib.  Haha, seriously, if you have a suggestion, I could use all the help I can get! 

WHAT'S NEXT 

By next week, I'll have to have made all final decisions and product should definitely start rolling in by the truck fulls.  We'll be painting, building, DIY-ing, and documenting.  All of which, I'll be happily sharing with YOU!  Be sure to check out what the other Designers are doing with their One Room Challenges here. 

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Thank you so much to all of you keeping up with what's going on with this Challenge with me!  I truly appreciate your support more than words can say. 

- Happy Designing - 

heather-scherie with Whitestone Design Group

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DESIGNER DIY | MUD CLOTH INSPIRED PLANTER

Mud cloth has the "IT" factor that is taking over the design world right now. 

photo via Pinterest

photo via Pinterest

 

Mud cloth prints are EVERYWHERE right now and I can't get enough! I have always been attracted to black and white everything, so I am so naturally drawn to this geometric and playful textile.  You can find mud cloth in a variety of colors and patterns, blues are particularly popular right now.  But, what I really love about this gorgeous material is the rich history behind it that instantaneously gives any space that "traveled feel" touch.   

Mud cloth is the direct translation of the word Bògòlanfini, meaning cloth died in mud.  In the Malian culture, women die the cloth in fermented mud and men are responsible for weaving it.  Men wear it for hunting and women typically wear it as they transition into adulthood and after childbirth.  The fabric itself is believed to absorb danger under these circumstances.  You can now find the mud cloth motif in anything including garments, wallpaper, furnishings, you name it!  And you can only expect to see more of it throughout 2017. 

A tiny insight to me, I'm a compulsive Home Depot shopper... I mean, I can literally roam the aisles as most women do through Target. A few months ago, I bought two black plastic planters to transfer two small trees I had received from a client.  They seemed to be my sleekest options and they were self-watering, which is highly necessary for this girl!  But, I couldn't help but look at them without feeling they were a little boring and wanted to put a personal stamp on them.  This is where the idea to do a Mud Cloth inspired design came in.  So, I went back to Home Depot and found myself a white paint pen.  Happy Dance!!  I wanted to give the planter a little height too, so I bought a small barrel mover as well.  Doesn't hurt that it makes it easy to move the finished product around either! 

Painting my pattern was a great creative outlet for me.  Some days, I just need a little time to myself to "create!"  This project was easy to knock out in just under an hour and I went at it really organically.  I love how the mud cloth textile has both a geometric feel to it, but kind of has no rules.  I started without a plan and am so happy I did.  I didn't want to copy a pattern that I had seen before and it was important to me for it to feel like it was my own.  Now, I don't know that it would meet the people of Mali's standards, but I still love the end result!  

This little gem has certainly perked up my front porch!  What spring projects are you into right now?  Do share, I need my next one! 

You can see more details on my personal design style on my personal pinterest board.

Happy Designing !!!

heather-scherie

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MISSION TO MINIMALISM

"simplicity is the ultimate sophistication" - Leonardo Da Vinci

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I remember the day that my husband and I brought home all of the gifts that we had received from our baby shower like it was just yesterday.  As I looked around, I felt simultaneously grateful and overwhelmed with an unexpected sense of anxiety.  The items before me all looked seemingly necessary, but the thought of finding homes for all of this stuff to keep a baby alive felt impossible.  

As the first few weeks of mommy hood have passed me by in a blissful blur. the one thing that stays consistent besides the love I have for my new family, is the panic I feel when clutter stacks up and I feel like I'm living in a mess.  Obviously, having a newborn in your home leaves far less time to take care of such things, so we turn to help in the form of housekeepers and nannies.  I get that now.  But, I find myself questioning why I have all these things that need to be cleaned, managed and maintained?  For the first time, I'm looking at the items in my home, in MY LIFE, and wondering, "do I really need this?" 

These past few weeks have helped me to realize that I don't enjoy living amongst all the "stuff" in my home!  I appreciate possessions more when I rely on them to help me in my daily life.  The excess is just leading to more waste and the stress of dealing with garage sales and Craigslist adds to offload the unnecessary that adds up.  So, all in all, I have decided to challenge myself to do at least one thing each week for the next year to make my move towards a more minimal way of living. 

GOALS 

- I hope to find myself at the end of this journey feeling grateful and accomplished. 

- I'd like to have less of a negative effect on the environment.

- I'd like to spend my money more locally on items I truly love and need than worrying about getting the best price or buying items that work for "right now." 

- I want to feel like the possessions I have either serve a daily purpose or I have an emotional attachment to them.  

- I want to be able to spend less time cleaning and organizing the unnecessary in order to spend more time with my family and friends 

- I'd like to find at least one way, once a month, to give back to my community with the money that I would have spent on unnecessary items I would typically purchase. 

INSPIRATION

My sense of style, design wise, has always been a "less is more" approach... So, I'm counting on my love for aesthetics and sanity will help me to keep pushing forward.  Because I am an Interior Designer, the best way to get me motivated is through pretty things!  Below are some of the spaces that inspire me and work with the current architecture of our home.  


I'll be documenting this adventure with all of you weekly, so if you have suggestions or questions, please share!  Wish me luck! 

heather-scherie

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NURSERY REVEAL

Although my passion for Interior Design is wrapped up in construction and remodels, this particular design plan is most certainly the closest project to my heart to date.  I am so excited to announce that my wonderful husband and I are expecting a baby late this spring!  I knew when we got married that we would eventually want to start a family, but nothing in this world could have prepared me for how much more I would fall in love with him when we discovered that we were pregnant.  Now we find ourselves in this excruciating waiting period for our little bundle to arrive...  Our bedside tables are piled with baby books, our date night conversations are suddenly filled with name options for our little nugget, and our newest project at home is complete... THE NURSERY!! 

Yes, we are that couple that has chosen to wait until our delivery day to find our the gender of our baby.  I know that it is really challenging for my husband, especially when we have our doctors appointments!  But, for me, I didn't care whether we had a boy or a girl and therefore, didn't see a reason to find out the sex.  When it came to doing the nursery it did provide some challenges.  I found that so many of the adorable things out there for children have become so gender specific.  However, I throughly enjoyed the challenge and I'm so in love with the outcome. 

I DID have to give up my closet to do this room... Yep, I was that girl that had an entire bedroom devoted to fashion, but seeing as how this room is directly next to the master bedroom, it only made sense.  The sacrifices we make for our children!  

I owe a very special thank you to my dear friend Heather Roddy of Valzora Bell.  I use her pretty much exclusively for nearly all of my projects that require a custom touch with softgoods such as window treatments and pillows.  Naturally, she was my go-to on my own project too and she worked diligently with me to get all the details just right for my perfectionist mind!  We added this adorable felt, fuzzy ball detail to the lead edge of the curtains to make them a bit more special.  And the bumper was made to fit this crib specifically!  That's the beauty of going custom on your details! 

Here are some of the details that make me fall in love with this space every time I sit in it.  I'm assuming that I may be spending a lot of time "sitting" in this room, so it's a good thing I'm particularly fond of it!  Perhaps the baby will be partial to adorable details :-) 

Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by and take a peek at what's in store for my life!  I'm so passionate about baby spaces and if you'd like to see more of how I came to all my design decisions for our nursery, check out my family | manzer babe Pinterest Page!  It can be so challenging to wade through the endless options of ideas for nurseries, so if you find yourself or a loved one needing a little help with that special place in the home, feel free to email me at hello@whitestonedesigngroup.com.  

All photos taken by Wynne H Earle of WH Earle Photography

For more images of this gender neutral nursery, please view Bellevue Nursery on our Gallery Page.

Thanks again and Happy Designing!

heather-scherie

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MASTER BEDROOM | E-DESIGN

Whitestone Design Group | Seattle, WA | Master Bedroom E-Design

eDesign // MODERN & ECLECTIC MASTER BEDROOM

We had a wonderful opportunity to present an E-Design to a couple that was referred to us from one of our favorite clients. With a baby on the way they wanted to get a lot of projects done around their townhouse so an E-Design plan was the perfect option for them. They can chip away at it while they get ready for their first baby's arrival in December! They love bold colors, especially blue, teals and oranges. While we punched up the color in other areas of the house, we wanted to give them the color that they wanted but still keeping the room soft and calming. By keeping the the bed and chair neutral, we were able to pump up some color with layered bedding, blue gray walls and mixing in distressed wood and metallic finishes that warmed up he space and gives it a nice modern eclectic feel.

Out of respect for our clients we can share some of the sources that we used in this plan: 

chair / area rug / nightstands / mirror / patterned duvet & shams / wall color 

If you are interested in some of the sources or a plan like this, we love to connect with you at hello@whitestonedesigngroup.com!

 

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WEDDING WEDNESDAY | PRETTY BACHELORETTE PARTY

Once in awhile, a beautiful girl meets a handsome man...  And then WE get to help her sensational bridesmaids plan her a gorgeous party!  I got to work very closely with the bridesmaids as one of Emily's closest gal-pals is also a dear friend of mine.  As a fellow designer, she has excellent taste, which made things a breeze!  Thanks Ally!

This party was such a delight to help design.  It really came down to nailing all the details to achieve the classy feel that was desired with a modern play on color and pattern.  We certainly had a wonderful evening and I hope you've enjoyed the images!  

A special thank you to my dear friend and talented designer, Ally Fountain!  You were so wonderful and easy to work with.  The party turned out beautifully!  And I can't wrap this blog post out without a HUGE thank you to the wonderfully talented, Wynne Earle with Wynne Earle Photography.  You captured every details of this party to perfection! xoxo 

Emily wed her husband on August 23, 2015!  Congratulations Emily! We love you!

heather-scherie

If you have questions or would like to inquire about having a party designed and styled for yourself or your business, shoot us an email at hello@whitestonedesigngroup.com

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