Earlier this week, I shared the living room of one of my favourite projects to date. Today, we’re moving onto the woodsy master bedroom. If you read my previous post, you’ll recall that this home is located just off the Bow River in south Calgary. The gorgeous foothills at their best.
I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating – being invited into a clients home is such a privilege. Then to be trusted to pull together a space that not only meets their needs, but beautifully showcases who they are, is an honor. This week I’m sharing what has been a dream project, an Urban Cabin Living Room of sorts, for the dreamiest of clients.
While I’m hesitant to declare any space my favourite to design, there is something particularly special about working on a nursery. Getting to play a small part in preparation for baby – setting the stage, so to speak – is such a joy and a real honour. Nurseries also allow for a little more creativity, which is never a bad thing.
When Jami reached out for help with her second baby’s nursery, she had two wishes: incorporating Joanna Gaines’ shiplap wallpaper and nothing too cutesy – I knew we’d get along smashingly! While it’s easy to get carried away with themes when decorating nurseries and children’s room, creating a space with an understated theme that will grow and transition with the child is my goal. I knew immediately what I wanted to do: a Nautical Nursery.