Friday, January 28, 2011

girly playroom.

i completed this girly playroom this week for two little girls...it's one of my new favorites...

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i used the same stencil that i made for this project and this project...i really love it in pink, too!

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and just for fun, here is a pic of the same stencil used for the yellow-on-yellow nursery:

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and in my own bedroom:
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24 comments:

  1. This is so great - so girly and so fun. Every time you post one of your stencil projects an ache spreads over my heart and I want to stencil s-o-m-e-t-h-i-n-g in my house. Your blog is always an inspiration :)

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  2. LOVE this! I can see why it's one of your favorites, may have to try this one!

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  3. elisa - that is so sweet! i hope you try it out :)

    mrs devore - you should totally try it. thanks!

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  4. I am so going to do this in my own house! This is incredible. Serena and Lily have a yellow room painted with a similar shape and I've loved it since I first saw it.

    You are incredible! Thanks for all the inspiration, always!!!

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  5. Kristen, I saw this and thought of you!! :)

    http://whatnowatlanta.com/2011/01/26/jonathan-adler-to-open-showroom-at-westside-urban-market/

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  6. emily - oh my gosh! my life is complete. thank you for telling me...i hope you are doing well :)

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  7. oh and bekah - yes! our inspiration for the yellow on yellow wall was the serena & lily catalog :)

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  8. are you willing to share you secrets for applying your stencils?

    I'm wanting to try something similar but cannot afford to fly you out to dallas :)

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  9. love that madeline weinrib rug with the patterned walls in the nursery - that's one tasteful baby!

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  10. I think you're on to something, miss lady! Amazing and inspiring work as always! <3

    www.turnuptherad.blogspot.com

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  11. SO lovely!!!! You should make a wallpaper line- then everyone can have access to our beautiful designs!

    Just curious- how do you space the stencil out so evenly?

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  12. alex...i have no secrets! i just do them the old fashioned way! slowly...

    hannahj - the first time i ever did this pattern (the yellow room), i learned the way to make them even (which was a really slow measurement process), and then wrote it down and i have used the same method since. it involves drawing vertical lines, spaced out evenly, then just spacing them in the same amt up and down between each other!

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  13. I have been a follower for awhile now and your work never ceases to inspire me. I am almost afraid to tell you that I am passing along a Stylish Blogger award to you for that reason. I know, a lot of work right? Do with it what you want or do nothing. I'm okay with that. It is in my Jan 28th post on BeColorful. The award asks that you link back in a post to the gifter and then pass the award along to ten other bloggers with seven interesting facts about yourself and then let those bloggers know that you have named them in your post.
    I just wanted you to know I think you are just that good.
    Pam

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  14. I just found your blog through One Pretty Thing.....your style is awesome!! I just wasted a ton of time looking at your old posts! Nice work!

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  15. Love your kid's rooms posts! :)

    Do you remember where you got the fabric for this bulletin board post?
    http://kfddesigns.blogspot.com/2010/02/chic-diy-bulletin-board.html

    I would love to use it for curtains in our living room!

    Love your work -- wished I lived in Atlanta!

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  16. You are so talented! Is there anything you can't do? I follow your blog and am always impressed and inspired by your creativity! That stencil pattern is so fun!

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  17. It's gorgeous in every color...but your bedroom is still one of my faves!

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  18. Could you please share both yellow and pink paint colors? It is so hard to find the right shade and those look like great colors! I would love to use them in my little girl's rooms. Thank you for being so inspiring and for sharing your work with all of us!

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  19. rachel: i'm so sorry...i only know the name of the brighter pink color, and it is "cats meow" by benjamin moore. the yellow wall was a serena and lily color that my client picked out, and for the darker shade, i just had the store darken the wall color by 3 shades.

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  20. This is a clever idea for the wall. I love it.
    Thanks for sharing.


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  21. I just got my Serena and Lily catalog today, saw the room in there and thought of this post so I was coming back to mention it. And I see you used it for inspiration. You're awesome!:)

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  22. Hi there. Do you sell this stencil?

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