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By 6/21/2012

this morning we dropped a few things of at a client's lovely townhouse, and i snapped a few pics to show you how the project shaped up.  granted these are just quick shots, no styling, bad lighting, iphone pics but i'm proud of what we accomplished working together.  we're not all the way there, but we're getting close!

the clients moved from nyc to nc, and rented a townhouse for the year.  they had a baby on the way and were eager to make the new digs feel like a home.  we didn't want to break the bank since they were renting, but we did have the whole place to furnish, so we worked around a couple of things that they brought down with them and selected new pieces - a mix of catalog finds, craigslist scores, furbish items and local finds.  we were lucky they had a ton of great art to fill the walls, and most importantly, they were a dream to work with - trusting, excited, sweet as they could be, and always bright and bubbly, plus she gave birth to a sweet little girl during the process!

we did a gray and white stripe in the entry way, with a fun upholstered chair, and a chest from bungalow 5.  (ignore the wood table and lamp - on the way out!)

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we found the amazing lamps on etsy, and built around the schumacher fabric, using stools in the same print, and coordinating with lots of fun furbish pillows. the chairs are vintage with new upholstery, the asian console is ballard, mirror from horchow, and artwork is keila's

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we found a great duncan phyfe table on craigslist, and paired it with overstock chairs, vintage wingbacks reupholstered in a silk ikat, a new red lacquer sideboard, and a wool rug from furbish. drapes are pottery barn ivory silk

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 eloise's nursery is such a happy place - i didn't have a lot of light in these photos but it's a bright, fun spot for the cutest little girl. custom zig zag curtains from furbish, custom crib bedding, rug from home decorators, mobile from etsy, floor lamp west elm

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the master bedroom has major wow-factor with the custom huge ikat headboard. mirrored desks are west elm, lamps and pillows from furbish, vintage wingchairs newly upholstered from furb, and throw from anthropologie.

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 in the kitchen and adjoining sunroom, we painted the ceiling a bright turquoise, and used that same color on a vintage set of chairs we reupholstered with leopard print. the black and white rug under the tulip table is flor tiles, the floral rug is anthropologie, sofa was one the clients had that we zhushed up with some furbish pillows. desk is ikea and lamp is furbish

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in the guest room, we started with a new christopher farr fabric headboard, and flanked it with bungalow 5 nightstands and furbish lamps.  the rug is west elm, and the dresser is a plain piece the client had we doctored up by adding overlays and painting.  the happy suzani chair in the corner ties it all together.

47 comments

  1. Each room gets better and better! Such a perfect explosion of pattern!

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  2. You are truly a mix master of the first order.

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  3. this is ahhh-mazing! love every chair, that anthropologie rug, the paintings, the turquoise ceiling... i might as well just say EVERYTHING.

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  4. I love it! The living room especially. Keila's art is so good too.

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  5. Love all the gorgeous details! It really is a gorgeous space.

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  6. Jamie, you did a brilliant job!- Mary Ann

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  7. OMG - I LOVE all of it! How to even choose a favorite! I do really like the dinning room with the ikat head armchairs. Very pretty - all the print mixing is fab!

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  8. YUM to all! James - do you know where that diamond natural fiber rug is from? dying for something like that, but so many of them look gross. that one is awesome!

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  9. it's home decorator's zig zag chenille - i use it all the time. super soft and inexpensive

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  10. Love everything! As someone who moved last year and is renting a townhouse, this gives me hope. I keep putting off decorating b/c the place "isn't mine", but you have totally inspired me. If only my townhouse was in NC and not MN...

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  11. Jamie, it's all DIVINE! the sofa in the living room ... source?

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  12. Amazing. You are such a master of the pattern mix--I can't even break it down and explain why it works but man, it does!

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  13. Love the looks all around! Great work.

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  14. Love it love it LOVE IT!!! Y'all are supremely talented. Such a great place!

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  15. you are a freaking genius. every room is better than the last. i want to pin the entire thing - no, if i could pin YOU, i would!!!

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  16. OMG everything is amazing!!! You seriously are the mixmaster. Gorgeous. Where is the art from above the fireplace? And the elephant fabric in the baby's room? LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

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  17. What a fun and colorful project! I'd love to know what the fabric is on the cribskirt? It's youthful without being too baby! Great work!

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  19. Lovely! Where is that amazing rug from in the master bedroom?

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  20. I am so grateful for the rug sourcing- the whole house looks amazing, and I think the entry/living room is my favorite. Those dining host/hostess chairs look familiar-- turned out amazing!!

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  21. JAMIE! You are so incredibly talented. I love seeing your textiles throughout the home. What dreamy spaces!

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  22. I'm obsessed with every single element. Shocker!!! Love it all.

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  23. Seriously amazing space! You have the best style!

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  24. Beautiful! What is the source please of the rug in the master bedroom? Thanks!

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  25. So eclectic! Love the bright color combinations throughout!

    The turquoise ceiling is phenom :)

    Jenna @ Prima Haven
    http://primahavenblog.blogspot.com/

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  26. Get out. You're the queen! I CAN'T!

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  27. This is beyond awesome! Congrats hun! you are awesome.

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  28. This is beyond awesome! Congrats hun! you are awesome.

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  29. I love literally everything! You're my idol.

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  30. I love it!! I have the same gray and white striped entry as per your pal Nick Olsen! I get a ton of compliments on it.

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  31. i freaking love your styze. like, LOVE it love it. if you and your rad style ever trek to the pacific north west, please be in touch. i would love to have you over for a consult and then work with you from afar to make it happen. you are my nesting hero.

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  32. commenting again to emphasize that i love this

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  33. I love it, especially the turquoise ceiling! What color is that?? Great post!

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  34. I'd love to find out what the gray paint colors are you used in the LR, DR, and nursery/little girl's room. I've been trying to find the right one for my little girl's room and it's proving to be more difficult than I thought.

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  35. I love it! The living room especially. Keila's art is so good too.

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  36. Where can I find the black and white diamond rug? I love it soooo much!!

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