Children’s Wallpaper

This children’s wallpaper just in! Nubie is delighted to introduce Sian Zeng and her wonderfully whimsical collection of magnetic children’s wallpaper. This adorable patterned wallpaper has the ability to come to life for your child, by adding fun magnets that create stories to be told. Quirky quotes can also be added along the way with write-on speech bubbles, creating a truly personal touch to bring their story to life. The wall covering works by simply hanging the supplied magnetic liner underneath the wallpaper design to create an interactive and magical surface. See more here.

And if you are too afraid of committing to wallpaper, remember these awesome decals?


The Acute Stool via

TGIF! Hope you all enjoy your weekend. I know I will!

A few things to note.

I started a Boutique and I’m loving all of the items in each store. Check it out here.

Backwards Books. It’s a thing. See more here.

Shane and I are on the hunt for the perfect trailer to gut and redesign. This, this and this trailer has inspired us.

I want my pantry to be this pretty.

The Shutterbugs…awesome.



Lost & Found for Anthropologie

When Anthropologie invited Jamie Rosenthal, the visionary founder of LA shopping mecca, Lost & Foundto collaborate with them, magic happened. This is the first time Anthropologie has given a partner the opportunity to fully curate a collection and it really really worked! Drawing from her extensive experience as a retailer, stylist and a documentary film maker, Jamie has created an internationally-sourced collection of  treasures from Egypt, Tunisia, India, West Africa and Asia. All driven by a social vision and responsibility to make this work accessible and supporting these rare crafts. Amazing! 

The 30 piece collection will debut in both Lost & Found locations (Hollywood and the soon-to-open Santa Monica) as well as online at both Lost & Found and Anthropologie. And also in five national Anthropologie locations including New York, San Francisco, Austin, Miami and Portland. Happy Shopping!

Colorful Kitchen Accessories

Image via The Design Chaser

Have you ever wondered what to decorate your kitchen with? I feel like my clients are always looking for the perfect canister, wooden spoon or coffee mug. Kitchen accessories can definitely modernize your kitchen. Adding color can also modernize it and give it personality. Some of my favorite kitchens seen online have a punch of color in the ceramics. Howkapow recently came out with a variety of colorful canisters and other accessories that will look legit in your space. You can mix and match them with other neutral pieces. I’m especially loving the mint canister. It has me heart! Shop all of these pieces here.

National Hammock Day

Today is National Hammock Day. How fun is that?!? I personally don’t own a hammock but I really wish that I did. Our home has amazing trees surrounding and there are several perfect spots for a hammock. Anyone who is a warm weather romantic should enjoy a comfy, cozy hammock. It’s the perfect spot to sit and enjoy a warm summer day. There are some super cool hammock options available. I found four styles that I am totally digging right now. This first hammock option from Ten Thousand Villages is handmade from Nicaragua. It’s a whimsical option that would look fun in any yard.

I love this hammock from Urban Outfitters! It’s the perfect hammock for on the go. It comes in a bag to travel easily.

This Novica Hammock Chair from All Modern is great for anyone who is looking for something a little more streamlined and simplistic.

Fringe is all the rage right now and Anthropologie captured that in their Canyon Fringe Hammock.

Interior Paint Colors…

There is nothing better than finding the perfect interior paint colors for your interior. You feel like you’ve conquered a mountain or something. It’s like winning a victory! Colorhouse has recently launched an exclusive palette of 36 interior hues to Rejuvenation, the general store for home improvement projects. Designed for the modern pioneer, the collection is inspired by history. It’s when quality items for the home were purchased from one general store location and made to last.

Colorhouse is doing it right with their paints. You will find no reproductive toxins, no mutagens, no hazardous air pollutants, no ozone depleting compounds, no formaldehyde, no phthalates, no VOC’s, no bad colors. We say YES to that!

The Mercantile Color Collection is comprised of 36 exclusive colors, organized into six color families named after bulk items available at traditional general stores: Chalk (whites), Tea (warm neutrals), Seed (greens), Denim (blues), Flint (cool neutrals), and Spice (yellows, reds, oranges).

From color to lighting, Colorhouse and Rejuvenation have created a fresh perspective on an all american design. It’s exactly why I fell in love with design in the first place!

Shop the entire paint collection here.

24 Hours in Boise Idaho

This week I was able to share some of my favorite moments of my hometown, Boise Idaho on Design Sponge. Boise has been an amazing city to live in these past 16 years. I am so proud of the city we are developing into. Anyways, you can head over to Design Sponge to see the entire post. And if I missed any of you awesome Boise businesses, my apologies! I might need to a part two on my blog.

Also, head over to my Facebook page for pictures from my Georgia trip. I had a great time at Haven Conference, representing GMC and Habitat For Humanity. See more here.

AND you find me elsewhere-

Take the inside outdoors.
How to choose the perfect chandelier.


Au Prints For Your Home

Having great art on the walls of your home is liking having a really beautiful pair of shoes on. It completes an outfit and brings everything together. It can make a space feel alive and full of personality. Au Prints has a new variety of prints that evoke character and style. Au is the chemical symbol for gold. Au Prints is a set of prints with gold ink manually applied. All prints are reproductions of original drawings by Portuguese artist Teresa Esgaio. There is only 100 copies which makes them that much more special. My favorite print is the Playing Gold, Ca 1961. To me it tells a fun love story between two active, outgoing individuals who love to do life together. It’s exactly what I want my husband and I to be like for years to come.

You can shop these prints here. And if you really love them, create a gallery wall using just these prints. It would look amazing!


Get The Look…

Hey friends! I’m in Georgia right now, spending time with one of my besties, Naphtali. She just had a baby and created the sweetest nursery for her daughter. My favorite corner is where the dresser/changing table is. It’s the perfect nursery DIY decor. Naphtali hand made the tassels with colored tissue paper. She purchased the dresser off of Craigslist in Monterey California. The adorable art is by Nomuu. The white lamp is a great Target find and the peach was handmade by one of Naphtali’s good friends.  So cute, right?? You can create a similar look below!


1. Kelli Murray 2. Tassles 3. Dresser 4. Land Of Nod Lamp

Houseplants and Projects…

I’m over on The Interior Collective talking about house plants in the bathroom, using vibrant pillows and other fun topics. Check it all out here.

BTW, I’m a little MIA right now and it’s all for good reasons. I’m finishing up some great design projects that I cannot wait to show all of you. Until then, I’ll be choppy over here but I’ll still slam you periodically with some interior inspiration!


Wool Blanket…

Blankets are an investment that keep on giving. I bought my favorite wool blanket a few years ago and still use it frequently. Milo and Mitzy and Forestry Home have joined together in an exclusive design collaboration. The Circle/Grid blanket is 100% New Zealand wool made in EU. You can purchase it through Piece Makers and or Forestry.

Scandinavian Design…

I am so thrilled to be featuring Cori Magee’s apartment on Simply Grove. Cori Magee is an amazing graphic designer who has an eye for everything cool and stylish. Her scandinavian design inspired space feels so comfortable yet so put together. Cori’s space is also relatable and doesn’t feel stuffy nor too proper. I asked Cori a few questions. Enjoy below.

What inspires you when decorating your space?

I find so much design inspiration on-line, both digital-magazines and design blogs. I also enjoy a handful of printed mags, like Dwell, Living Etc., El Mueble, Elle Decoration UK and Habitania) Also, museums, restaurants, the sidewalk….inspiration is everywhere.

How would you describe your interior aesthetic?
Not an easy question to answer. I pull my ideas from so many places and then I decide what works for me and the way I live. Ultimately I think I enjoy a modern aesthetic mixed with old and new, warm wood finishes mixed with a black and white palette… Modern Merger? Can that be a thing? Sort of like personal labels, I think interiors should just be what they want to be, typically it won’t just be one singular style, but a combination. And no matter which styles are combined, it should always represent your personality.

What are your favorite home decor shops/websites?

I want all kinds of things from One Nordic, a blanket from Ferm Living and a rug from Loom. I need lighting from One Forty Three and Patrick Townsend. Our place should have a few pieces from Norman Copenhagen and Moorea Seal has pretty home accessories. I have fun shopping Society6 for art and accessories, and I really want a large Britt Bass piece when we have more space. If I could, I would buy-out Bodie and Fou, they’ve done a brilliant job curating lots of my fave shops into one. Lastly, I’ll never stop shopping Ikea, love it. The list does go on, but I’ll stop.

Visit Cori’s awesome blog here. Thank you, Cori!!

Photography by Alyssa Ratowski.


Thanks for joining me in Boise Idaho for #destinationsummer with Kohl’s. If you haven’t checked out #destinationsummer Pinterest page, here it is. Next stop is Utah with Allison Czarnecki. You will love her!

Desk Lamp DIY…

Do you what to know what the easiest DIY is?? Painting a plain desk lamp in gold. It’s the simplest desk lamp DIY that there has ever been! I’ve done it 3 times with 3 different gold tones and each time it completely changed the lamp for good. Last week Elise gave us an amazing tripod lamp DIY that was painted in a pretty gold. It really is an easy solution for great design!

All you need is gold spray paint for this DIY. Make sure that you remove the bulb and cover up the cord, unless you want your cord to be gold. I always do a few coats. That way if it chips, it’s gold underneath. EASY CHEEZY!!!

ALSO, you can find me elsewhere this week-

How to style kitchen shelves.
Decorative pendants for the kitchen.
Shop for a pop of pink.

AND make sure to check out #destinationsummer.


Mellow Yellow…

Yesterday I shared with you about #DestinationSummer. In celebration of summer, I’ve been super inspired by yellow lately. These 4 items from Kohl’s had me at hello. A super sunshiny hello!

1. Egg Carton 2. Chair 3. Milk Carton 4. Pillow

This content is sponsored by Kohl’s as a part of their #DestinationSummer campaign.