Things aren’t always as calm in our home as it may seem. I routinely take pictures of E cuddling on the couch because these moments are precious and fleeting. Very fleeting.
Sometimes our house feels like it is being taken over by kid things, but we make a conscious effort to design our spaces in ways that make everyone in the household feel welcome, including the adults. Decorating with kids can be a challenge, so this month I shared my best tips with Design & Living Magazine.
Spoiler – My biggest secret is closed door storage.
You can read the full article here.
In other news.
I swapped out a piece of abstract art from Home Goods with a unique Clare Elsaesser print. You should see the detail of this print up close. It is unreal how stunning it is. I’m already considering adding another piece of hers to our home. I particularly love this piece and this piece.
Monday, was of course Halloween. We had a steady flow of trick-or-treaters in our neighborhood for the first time and E, very predictably, dressed up as Doc McStuffins. She was a very happy, sugar fueled toddler.
Our basement progressed a little. Quartz counters and the bar backsplash were installed. It went smoothly and turned out beautiful. I’ll be sharing the results early next week.
I joined Twitter. Follow me @byKtSullivan.
There are a few good sales this weekend…
Get 20-30% off all sofas, sectionals and chairs at West Elm.
Pick up a faux fur throw for 30% off at Pottery Barn.
Or purchase a plaid throw for 20% off at William-Sonoma Home using the code HOLIDAY at checkout.
We have another, non-home related article coming out tomorrow. Check the blog tomorrow for more details.
If you are a FM local don’t forget the Holiday Homes of Hope is this weekend!
As always, have a great weekend!