Interior Design

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All photos by Lindsay Salazar Photography

 

 

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All photography by Lindsay Salazar

 

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Beachy Vibes Bedroom

First order of business in this bedroom was to paint all of the walls white. It’s the perfect backdrop for all of the soft pastel colors relating to a beachy look and feel. A desk in a teen’s room is so nice to have a spot to get ready and/or do their make-up at. This desk from West Elm was the perfect size and look for the space.

Light strands adds whimsy to this teen space and these jute poufs from CB2 allow for much needed extra seating.




Having somewhere to store all of their ‘stuff’ helps to keep the room organized and clutter free. This simple bookshelf and these baskets from IKEA fit just right on this wall.

A coat rack is a great place to hang hats, scarves or backpacks in a teen’s space. And these beachy prints from Reality & Retrospect lend so much to the beachy feel of her bedroom.




This rattan light from Serena & Lily and nightstand from Wayfair were key pieces in the design. The nightstand added necessary storage and the light added necessary drama.

Finally this daybed is a great space for my client and her friends to chill on and adds a comfortable and cozy feel to the space.




Pink, Pink, Pink

This pink bedroom for a tween was a small space with big impact. Blush colored walls and rose colored ceilings with crown to give them a finished look were the perfect backdrops for black and gold accents.






The gold dot decals added the perfect touch of whimsy to the space to make it fun and break up some of the pink.

Bedding and pillows from Pottery Barn Teen were great black, white and gold accents to compliment the pink. Can’t go wrong with kitty pillows!!






A pink fur pouf was just what we needed for extra seating- cute and comfy.

This bookshelf added a touch of glam and corralled all of her keepsakes and necessities.

Adding a medallion to the ceiling to accentuate this gold quatrefoil chandelier made the room even more glamorous.






The black and white striped rug from Ikea is a great accent to all of the pink and adds a cute bold pattern as well.

Double closets meant we didn’t need a dresser so we maximized space in the closet by adding built-ins and baskets and drawers from the Container Store to keep everything organized.

So happy with the result of this Pink Glam tween bedroom!

6 Entryway Ideas

The entry sets the tone for the whole home which is why making it a place that is welcoming as well as useful is key to the design. This entry pulls in natural elements and greets their guests with a family picture gallery wall symmetrically placed. A mirror is always a good idea in the entry if the space permits. Baskets can corral shoes and bags and the entry table has small trays to drop keys.





Florals and lit candles in the entry are a great way to greet company and make them feel welcome. (Home of @empannier)

A durable rug and an entry bench make for a great place to sit and remove shoes and keep dirt off of clean floors. The inside of the door should not be overlooked as it can be key in adding to the aesthetics of an entry design.

Serene art is the perfect accent to this architectural wall without taking away from the simplicity of it. If fresh flowers are not an option for the entry then a plant would be another great element to add. (Design by @afpdesign)

An extra large mirror or art piece makes a bold statement in the entry. (Home of Morgane Sezalory)






Adding stunning architectural elements such as this crown molding and a unique medallion around the entry light gives the entry an awesome wow factor. A beautiful light, whether simple or dramatic, in the entry is one of the main pieces that I always add to any entrance.

This entry is dramatically simple as no table or bench is needed. They added a colorful rug and stunning light to complement the art and architectural elements. It’s the perfect walkway to the rest of their stunning and unique home. (Design by and home of @stepheniewatts and @chasewattsdavid. Architectural details by @thechaderbox)

This entry includes multiple elements of what I’ve previously mentioned- bold entry light, durable rug, pretty inner door color, entry mirror and fresh flowers. A bookshelf is a nice way to greet guests with some treasured finds and decor that will be a gateway to what they might find in the rest of the home upon entering.



(Home and design of @afpdesign. Bookshelf by @thechaderbox)

Finally, keeping an entry unique and bold by just having a gorgeous front door and adding wallpaper makes for a simple yet sophisticated entryway.

(Design from @bloglovin’)

No matter what size of entry you have, making it a place where guests feel welcomed and a place that you love to come home to will make this area of the home one of the most important spaces to design in your home. Taking the time to make it unique and a sampling of what they will find in the rest of the home allows for a great design flow into the rest of the areas of your home.