baby nursery // art and interiors

SO! I've been vague about what I've been up to lately, I get really superstitious about letting cats out of bags, and also I'm rather exhausted. BUT ANYWAY I've returned to Interior Design as my day job. It's been really fun and challenging so far. I love the gal I work for, we click and she's teaching me a lot about what I've missed in the last 5 years away from Autocad and finish plans. Expect me to post more here about where and what color to paint your bathroom, and crap like that. 

Totally separate, I recently helped a beautiful new mama plan her nursery space, and I made some custom art posters for her.  LOVED doing this, this particular family is just the cutest thing ever. She had most of the pieces in the room already, so I suggested a few dream pieces, and arranged everything in a really crazy intimidating gigantic collage. She happened to pick my most favorite name for the baby! I won't post it here, because I'm going to have a baby named the same thing soon. (not very soon, like in a few years!)

Here's the collage, and the art pieces below.

katie nursery_moodboard.jpg
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made in the usa - Spring housewares roundup

Spring is a good time to freshen up your home. Pull back the curtains, rearrange your workspaces, hang some new art on the walls. My main objective in interior design is to create a space that affects people in a positive way. It's always captivated me, how a space can impact your mood and desires. 

We've compiled a few statement pieces that go a long way to freshen up your space. All are made in the states, and represent our love of handmade, keepsake goods. These beauties will live with you way past spring. (besides the soap, obviously)

scout folks spring housewares roundup - made in the usa

scout folks spring housewares roundup - made in the usa

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Courtney - I love Joinery NYC. I have a few items from them and they have become such adored pieces in my home. I've had my eye on their planters for a while now. A few of the other pieces I've found shopping around LA and online. I think my favorite part about interior design is that it's always changing - you can add a new plant or a new fabric and you feel suddenly lifted

Thanks for reading! We'll do a less crunchy version of housewares soon.  - A&C