Baby G's nursery.....again

This month Baby G's nursery was featured in Atlanta Magazine.  The article was written by Lisa Mowry and cleverly titled "Pimp My Crib"!   I have not had time to post anything about it because I am too busy wining and complaining about my bad back.  So I am linking to Julie today over at her fabulous blog Milk and Honey Home where you can see the pictures.  Wasn't that sweet of her to feature me?????


Julie's blog was one of the first blogs I started reading and I was happy to find out she lived locally here in Atlanta.  It was ironic that one day I was talking to Lisa and she was telling me of this cute house they were scouting.  She then went on to tell me how she was a blogger also.  Well...the funny thing is that Julie was being all secretive on her blog about how busy she had been working on her home...and I just started putting it together in my mind and asked Lisa if her name was Julie!

I was so excited to email her and see if she wanted to meet for coffee!  I believe her home is set to be in the pages of BH&G in June.  How exciting for her....especially just starting out in this business.  I love her style...a mix of swedish, industrial and a little feminine softness tossed in.   Please go over to Milk and Honey Home and show her some LOVE :)

  Deep tissue massage today for the back and if that doesn't work, well then I guess I will give a professional [doctor] a crack at it.

Happy Tuesday.

25 comments

My Interior Life said...

Congratulations, Sherry! You and Julie deserve all the success in the world!

eclecticrevisited said...

will check out the post...
and hope the deep tissue message works...but if not give the crack, I mean doctor, a shot...lol..
maureen

eclecticrevisited said...

fabulous article in Atlanta mag...you're all over it!!
maureen

Julie Holloway said...

You deserve a week of Hans and Frans working some deep tissue magic on you. Thanks for da love.

designchic said...

Just left Julies's post...congrats on all the wonderful work!! With a little one joining our home in September, I've been contemplating nurseries alot...how have I missed this one - absolutely adorable!! Hope the massage works magic on you back~

Sherri Cassara said...

Great article on a great designer ;)
Hope your back gets better asap

Joyce said...

Yahoo... OK I'm off to stop in for a cup of coffee. I'm sure I will love it. Take care of that back! xo

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

I adore Julie so very excited to check out her blog for your photos. Enjoy your massage- so hope it helps!

Jessie said...

Congratulations! Wow, I am loving the nursery! It's modern and casual with loads of personality! And I adore the yellow accents especially the ceiling's. And the barn door as a headboard is such fabulous idea. Great job, Sherry.

Wishing you a speedy recovery.

Jessie
www.mixandchic.com

nouveaustitch said...

Wait. What? Huh? You're going to be in BH&G and you haven't given us any details? Am I delusional? I did read that right, right?

Now about that back thing. I suffered for a year and a half (I called it the shopping injury and swore my husband had put a curse on me cause it only hurt when I shopped and walked a lot) and went to all the quacks my PCP could send me to. Know what worked? The opposite of what they told me. I exercised my butt off but different than I had been (no pilates, WiiFit or aerobics, just walking and elliptical) and the pain went away. Just like that. So sometimes you just have try something different. Not suggesting you do this because I'm sure your problem is different, but after they all told me to stop working out and I realized the sitting around was killing me more, I thought the heck with that and did my own thing. You can call me Dr. Ellen now. :-)

Get better.

sarah, flourish design + style said...

You know I love that nursery!! I hope you are feeling better soon.. dealing with pain is awful.. sending love to you :) x

The enchanted home said...

Exciting stuff.....congrats, its well deserved!! Hope your back is on the mend very soon!!

Jade @ Flip Flops + Pearls Design said...

Congrats!!! Hope your back feels better soon!

jvw home said...

Love your nursery...it's adorable! Would LOVE to know WHERE you found the fab wicker pendant light!!
thanks so much...
jvw@jvwdesign.com

Rene said...

Congratulations Sherika! You are an amazing woman and I LOVE your style!!!

Hope your back is getting better :)

A Vintage Vine said...

So exciteed to see you featured!!! I am really sorry about the back! I hope something works and works soon!

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

OIh Sherry! The nusery is just fabulous! I love it! That ceiling is genius!

You so deserve it!

I hope you feel better QUICK!

Lou Cinda

Carol@TheDesignPages said...

Wow, Sherry that room is stunning! It's so un-babyish and if the owners decide to stay could easily transform that into a big kid room. Congratulations on the feature!

Dumbwit Tellher said...

I'm popping over to see your feature. Congrat's to you Sherry very much deserved; and kuddo's to Julie for her up coming feature in BH&G.

I hope your massage does the trick.

Take much care,
Deb

Erika Ward said...

Congrats on the magazine feature sweetheart! Headed over to Julie's to check it out now. Sorry to hear about your back...Let me know if you need me to walk on it for you :-)

Lori @ Lori May Interiors said...

Congratulations, Sherry on the feature! Julie was the first blogger I ever reached out to and she has been amazing to me. She has definitely paid forward the love you gave her early on!

Marianne {Style For Living} said...

Love that nursery, Sherry! Congrats to you!

mackenziepage said...

Darling Nursery! LOVE IT!

The Feminist Housewife said...

Congrats on the feature! The article was great- and I will always LOVE that nursery.

(Also, I cannot wait to see your BG & G feature!!!)

LiveLikeYou said...

That nursery is awesome!! Love the yellow ceiling and woodsy details, what a lucky kid!! I'm the queen of back pain, my chiropractor has become one of my best friends... good luck!!

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