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HANDMADE HOLIDAY GIFT WRAP PARTY!

gift wrapping workshop with marabou design and coco kelley_2

One of my very favorite parts of Christmas is wrapping all the presents!! While I usually buy the paper, I love making my own toppers and tags, so was super excited with the lovely Brandy Brown of Marabou Design agreed to hosting a little gift wrap workshop where she showed us how to create one-of-a-kind handmade wrapping paper and […]

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IN THE DETAILS :: WHITE KITCHEN + WOOD ISLAND

lauren leiss white and wood kitchen

If you had asked me 15 years ago if I would ever do lighter woods in my home, my response probably would have been a vehement “no”. Growing up with a plethora of bad yellow oak flooring all over our home, I hated the way we had to design around it (we, meaning my parents of […]

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  1. Ashley Minck

    I love this. I think it would be particularly beautiful in an open shore house kitchen. I love the contrast between the darker wood floors with the reclaimed wood (almost driftwood colored) island. I’ll have to bookmark this for future projects.

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  2. VeronicaCo

    Really nice kitchen, I just can’t stop starring at it, I gonna be an architect so this is kind of fascinating me (: I like that photograph at the fourth pic.

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  3. Kate Zucconi

    I love images 3 and 4 with the clean lines and more refined wood! Great contrast ideas, and those dipped stools are a great tie in! The use of different textures in kitchen 4 and the painted brick and wood ceiling are really interesting!

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  4. Stephanie Anderson

    I’m looking for cabinet hardware like in the first picture (long pulls in black). Cannot find anything anywhere. Do you know where those are from!?

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PARTY DIY :: LEAVE A MESSAGE!

coco+kelley for post it housewarming party notes wall_1

I’ve been so excited to start having friends over to my new loft for a fabulous little housewarming party, and there is much to do before that happens, but I’ve be putting together some fun ideas for the event, and came up with one little detail that’s a quick and easy DIY using Post-it Notes to make […]

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  1. Debbie

    Well, this is a fantastic idea and much more fun/creative than having everyone sign a guest book. And I love the flooring in your loft. It’s just the right tone for your wall colors , the brick, etc.

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  2. Alicia

    Such a nice idea! So simple to actually do but you need to find the idea – good thing you’re there to inspire us!
    I really like the “Holla” on the wall, it’s a nice welcoming touch! Where did you get it?

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  3. Clair at Swapt

    OMG dat loft.. I’m so insanely jealous. Your housewarming party is going to rock! Love the color palette for your walls and accessories! Where were you inspired and would you share the paint colors you used? That green/grey is killer!

    I think after the party it would be cute to varnish all your sticky notes onto a canvas or something to hang and have a keepsake!

    Best,

    Clair
    http://www.swapt.com/s/hste6

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  4. anne

    I love this idea! Super simple and cute plus it makes a great keepsake for after. What a shame we just had a party two weeks ago!!!

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LAST MINUTE COSTUMES :: CATWOMAN + POISON IVY

Halloween is tomorrow (eeep!) and I don’t know about you, but I’m still very much working on the costume I’m hoping to pull off… that is if I can even find the time to get to a Halloween party this weekend! For those who saw last week’s Halloween tabletop inspired by Gotham City, today we’re bringing you […]

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  1. Valerie | Lily on Fillmore

    Love the way you styled the table-top images! And the method of creating the cat ears is very clever. I couldn’t find any at Target (weird, right) that I needed for my last blog post, and went with two top buns instead. Your method could’ve totally been easily created — O have all the materials at home!

    xo, Lily on Fillmore

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  2. Juliane at Modern Mural

    Beautiful setting + costuming! I love the idea of blending a costume party with a dinner party… some of my friends who definitely be into this. I am especially fond of the characters in Batman, so I may steal this completely. It seems like it only takes a few details like some glittered headbands and the right decor (some place settings, some wall art) to set the mood. Love it.

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DIY :: ACRYLIC KEEPSAKE BOXES

DIY acrylic keepsake box

Souvenirs can be a tricky trade to master. Oftentimes you have limited time, funds and space in your suitcase to find the perfect memento. And when I get home, I find it difficult to work those pieces into the rest of my space. Cristina here, and I was inspired by Cass’ travels and determined to […]

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