Tuesday, August 23, 2016

A Fresh Space

Summer might not be over just yet, but I can't help but get excited for fall and the fresh beginnings the season brings. Back to school time is my absolute favorites, add in some falling leaves and a pumpkin spice latte and I'm one happy Mommy. And now that the kids are in school I can finally focus more on those changes that I was talking about last post! I am going to be taking on several interior design projects this year and I can not wait to share them all with you! Tracy and I initially started this blog to share our journey in Mamahood while our kids were little and we spent our days at home. And lets be honest, I just needed the creative outlet and blogging was the perfect way to feel like me again! But Tracy's photography business has been kicking major girl boss ass and she has to step away from being a part of Olde Town Style. I really couldn't be more proud of her and all of her hard work. The girl takes some amazing pictures that you can drool all over here
As for me, as I wrap up my final year in design school and start making moves to start my own Interior Design firm, I'm going to be testing the waters with some E-Design projects. I wanted to share with you the latest project I have been working on because I'm just too excited to wait for the final reveal!
This space is bright and airy and will be opening up into a newly remodeled kitchen. The natural light in here is so good that I want the design to be consistent with that bright aesthetic. I'm so inspired by Monika Hibb's home and all of her neutral rooms. Especially her dining nook here:

With this space as my inspiration I designed a living room that would flow perfectly as an adjacent space. A neutral base accented with pops of pink and sky blue. This is what I came up with.


The pillows are really everything in this space. And with some pleated white linen drapes and brass accents... I'm just dying to see this space come together in person. Let me know what you think!
Thanks for reading~ Val

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