Thursday, June 25, 2009

"frame"

so, looks like i got my wish, haha. 

i painted a frame with half-moons in the corners in the nursery of sweet baby hadley. the interior design work is by my friend, jessica duncan, who works at the store "urban market" off of howell mill, here in atlanta. she did a really beautiful job with the design (it's really natural and organic, but still elegant. i love her style!)


here is the "before" shot of hadley's initials floating (ha) over her bed..
and, here it is with the frame. they used restoration hardware colors, which i've never used before...loved 'em. (p.s. the paint is still a little wet in some places - hence, the weird little brush strokes you see!)


and here is a better shot of the room as a whole. isn't it pretty?


5 comments:

  1. I have no plans to have a baby any time soon, but I must know where that crib came from.....

    I. Love. It.
    Love. It.

    Annnnnnd...I love the frame...honestly, this room belongs in a magazine. I love all the colors.

    Your work is fab.

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  2. i know! it's sooo pretty. her whole house is. have you ever been to urban market? you should definitely go - everything is the style of this room, basically. i will find out where the crib's from, for your future needs. :) i'll tell you one thing... its H-E-A-V-Y.

    she is going to have some profession "After" pics taken when the nursery is totally completed, so i will have pics of the whole room (there is more beauty that isn't captured in my photos, but i didn't want to take pics of the whole room, since it had nothing to do with me. ha! anyway, when the pro pics are sent my way, i will post them!

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  3. i'm so glad that you and jessica found a way to work together! looks like baby hadley's room was the perfect spot to start!

    hope you're doing well and that we get to see you guys soon!

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  4. molly- i know, me too! i hope i get more commissions from her clients soon, because i love her style. it's sooo pretty!! fun stuff. :)

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  5. I love that frame idea above the crib and it separates the baby's "space" from the parents so nicely!!

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