Thursday, October 4, 2018

Going Bold with Color in Madrid


Going Bold with Color in Madrid-   photographer: Pablo Sarabia- design addict mom
I get butterflies for interiors with a bold take on color. This home in Madrid, belonging to designer, Luis García Fraile has me drooling. Such unabashed use of color and I absolutely LOVE every bit of it! The furniture pieces are just as delicious and evoke a come hither aura and bespoke like qualities.

Going Bold with Color in Madrid-   photographer: Pablo Sarabia- design addict mom

Going Bold with Color in Madrid-   photographer: Pablo Sarabia- design addict mom

Going Bold with Color in Madrid-   photographer: Pablo Sarabia- design addict mom

Going Bold with Color in Madrid-   photographer: Pablo Sarabia- design addict mom

Going Bold with Color in Madrid-   photographer: Pablo Sarabia- design addict mom

Going Bold with Color in Madrid-   photographer: Pablo Sarabia- design addict mom

Going Bold with Color in Madrid-   photographer: Pablo Sarabia- design addict mom

Going Bold with Color in Madrid-   photographer: Pablo Sarabia- design addict mom

Going Bold with Color in Madrid-   photographer: Pablo Sarabia- design addict mom
xx

photographer: Pablo Sarabia

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Our Map Wall Featured on Instagram

Our Map Wall Featured on Instagram-design addict mom
I woke up this morning to a number of emails and direct messages regarding where to get our map wall/mural. When I opened Instagram, I realized we were featured on their page for the weekend's hashtag, #whpmatching. Way to go Stacey!

Our map mural used to be available on Amazon, but unfortunately, when I checked this morning, it's now listed as unavailable. Click here for product details. However, this map mural is very similar in case you're interested. 

Thanks for all the love on the post. xx


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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Recovering from Hurricane Florence

Pink and green outdoor oasis- design addict mom

You've probably heard about the devastating hurricane Florence that hit North Carolina over the weekend. We were right in its path and are grateful we didn't experience any damage. However, that is not the case for many and although the hurricane has passed, many are still in shelters waiting to go home, roads/schools are closed, areas are still flooded, and even more devastating are the lives that have been claimed. 

We are so grateful that all we have to do is clean up debris from our yard and my thoughts and prayers are with those who were less fortunate.  Here is a great article on NPR that outlines how we can help those recovering from Hurricane Florence. xx


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