I love the zebra print bench in the foyer, functional and chic. The tray keeps the family's shoes organized and in one spot.
I like how she used eight inch wood blocks to spell out her son's name. The space can handle the size and the wood chunks look quite boyish. Great touch!
The red and cream plaid wool carpeting existed in the room prior to her son's birth. By keeping the rug and working the wenge (dark wood) furniture into the space she pulled off a timeless, handsome room.
A partial view of the seating area in the master bedroom. A soothing spot for husband and wife to unwind after a busy day.
Her little girl's bedroom is so sweet.
All of the furniture in the daughter's bedroom was my friend's from her city days. She painted the furniture white and placed it in her daughter's space. Resourceful and sentimental.
I LOVE pom pom trim and find it especially wonderful in a little girl's space. The floor to ceiling window treatments are beautiful.
Isn't it inspirational and fun to see how people pull together spaces? This former NYC fashion buyer really knows a thing or two about creating stylish spaces that are functional, clutter free and appealing.
If you have a space that would be great for a When A Friend Decorates post, e-mail your images to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.