I love designing kids’ rooms! I can always be a bit more creative and execute ideas that are outside of the box. This spring, a previous client’s sister reached out to me about BLB helping her decorate her daughters’ bedroom in their new apartment.
On August 1st, after selling my Blessed Little Bungalow, I traded my 1650 square foot home in San Antonio for a 450 square foot apartment in the San Francisco Bay Area. It’s been quite the transition, but after a week of unpacking, my new “Bungalow” is ready to be revealed!
Last month, I put my beloved BLB on the market. It was a very bittersweet time preparing to say goodbye to the house I’ve called home for 3-1/2 years and San Antonio that has been my home away from home for the last 5 years.
Courtney and Brett are two talented professionals that call San Antonio home. After two years of marital bliss, they decided to purchase their first house in the Lone Star District and closed just in time for Christmas. With so many new rooms in the house to tackle, they reached out to BLB to design their new rooftop entertainment space this spring.
Do you have a bad case of “Junk Drawer Wars” happening in your home? Well, the drawers in my kitchen are the absolute worst, so much so that I’ve procrastinated tackling them for well over a year. After barely being able to open most of them, losing my house keys in one and locating them days later after rekeying my entire home, it was time for a change.
I’m tidying up BLB and sharing the process with you all in a four-part series. After knocking out my master bathroom a few weeks ago, I finally mustered up the courage to tackle the rest of my master suite.