March 2014

Last weekend I was honored to participate in the Daniel Island Life Designer Showcase Challenge at Lyndon Leigh. It was a true blast! I'm not usually tasked with decorating an entire space with an unlimited budget, and, boy was it so much fun!! Their store is stocked with some gorgeous keepsakes and wonderful trendy pops of flair. Perhaps that is what inspired me to focus on a black/white theme with "Color Pops". I loved running into some of my favorite Charleston people. Here's Chassity Evans from Look Linger Love and Katherine McDonald - famous LulaKate designer. If you didn't get a

I was so honored when Lyndon Leigh asked me to participate in Daniel Island Life's Designer's Challenge. Lyndon Leigh - which just happens to be one of my favorite home stores - will be hosting the event tomorrow night, March 29. Five interior designers were asked to create an interesting space using furniture and accents from the store. I chose to go with a "Color Pop" theme as it really represents my clean and simple style. I started with many black/white pieces - rug, console, lamps - and complimented them with bright pops of color. I am really into pinks,

I'm down to the final stages on some projects, and all that remains are some great accessories. As I peruse all of my vendors sights, I could not help but get a little excited about Global Views. I'm about to place a big order to fill my retail space with some of these fabulous items, and many of them retail for under $50! LOVE these Ocean bottles! The color and the gold detail are amazing. The keyhole silver vases are simple, but stunning! The Wooster Street Platter is a must. Love this little sea star vases, which come in gold, silver and

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I'm always shopping for lights, and a lot of times this is where I have to be super cautious not to blow my budget. So, I put together a list of lights - table, floor and ceiling - worth checking out for under $100! Budget lights are out there! You just have to know where to look. But, if your budget is bigger, I can certainly accommodate that as well. ;) Where do you look for your budget lights?