Our custom mood board services were written up in The Washington Post this morning and the timing couldn’t be better- happy blogiversary to us! We’ve been mentioned in The Post’s “Blog Watch” section before, but this is the first time that we’ve been “featured” in a full article and we couldn’t be more excited.
For anyone who’d like to take a peek at our new press, click here to get the scoop and read more about the “eDecorating” trend. And for anyone who is discovering our blog for the first time, welcome! We hope that you make yourself right at home. Click here to learn more about our custom decorating advice and be sure to check out our three most popular before & after makeovers below.
First there’s Stacie, who ordered a custom mood board to lighten up in her dark bedroom. Here are the before shots:
But once we whipped up an open and airy mood board for Stacie, this was the dramatic after:
Another one of our most popular mood board makeovers occurred in Tiffany’s family room, where she hired us to help her spice up her space with some worldly flavor. Here’s the blank slate before:
We put our heads together to come up with a global mood board for Tiffany. Without further ado, the exciting and international after:
Yet another fan favorite when it comes to our custom makeovers was the under $200 transformation that we pulled off in Carrie’s apartment. Here’s the living/dining/kitchen area before:
And the rearranged and affordably accessorized after:
So whaddya think? And thanks so much for stopping by. Y’all come back now, ya hear?
I found you through todays Home Section Article is the Post. Love the before and after in the first design. I have radiators throughout my small/med sized home in DC. Outsided of radiator covers, I find it difficult to design around them.
Happy Blogiversary! I’m still amazed about that bedroom makeover. So, so good!
I saw you all in the Home section this morning and had to rush right over to Congratulate you and wish you a Happy Blogiversary! (Even though I am so not supposed to be doing this at work!) So cool! I was like, hey, i KNOW them! :) And the first room you posted is amazing!! Love you work!
How great to see you in the Washington Post Home section – again! We’ve recommended you to a number of folks and, of course, added you to our own site. Your evolution, as bloggers and designers, deserves a BIG round of applause.
Congratulations, Youngsters! That’s such great press for you. And so well-deserved. I hope it brings in some more Benjamins for you!
Like I said, perfect time to raise those rates! :)
Congratulations!! What a great feature on the washington post no less.
I went through a designing phase myself before the cooking got a hold of me. I even took very expensive classes in venetian plaster hoping to turn it into a business.
Anyway here’s a a link to the end product before that hobby fizzled out:
I probably could use you all’s services when I’m ready to do our bedroom. It is still an atrocious builder white.
Congratulations on the mention in the Washington Post! That’s very exciting! :)
Like the interior designing and decoration!