You guys gave me some good ideas to help stop my night terrors about my sister.  I am trying to look at as many beautiful pictures of her as much as I can to replace the horror of watching her die.

Many of you have suffered the same feelings I have had and I appreciate your words of wisdom to help me on my journey of healing.  Thank you for sharing.

I am slowly moving through life right now trying to catch up with work and forcing myself to step outside of my comfort zone.  Every morning when the alarm rings I fight that urge to stay in bed and sleep all day.  I know that is not the way to move through this situation.  Time is a great healer....

Let's get to design now......

About a month or so ago some beautiful window treatments were installed  at a clients and as many years as I have been in business.....I am always amazed at what a game changer this can be!

Just so you was January when these were measured and it took this long to get the fabric in stock and fabricated!  Things are so slow these 
days :(

This beautiful light filled family room!

The living room above and below is the dining room....

Her daughters room.....

Another of the DR....still waiting for a few more chairs.....and that is the table I found for her at a consignment shop!

Master bath.....

And a few more things that have finally come in!

Pretty jars above the fridge....

Benches covered.....

Below we had a pretty lumbar pillow made....waiting for the headboard!

I picked up this little rug and had a pillow made for this bed!  Along with the 2 shams.....

Spray painted these wall baskets white just for something different!

Close up of this pretty pillow!

And the crown jewel of this beautiful home is the new pool that was just recently finished.

It is basically a plunge pool.....and I think it's perfect!

Hope you enjoyed these updates.....more to come I promise.

We have had rain for a couple of days here in Atlanta but I understand that fall is coming right around the corner with cooler temps by the weekend!

Happy Tuesday



I feel so bad leaving you guys hanging....I jumped back on Instagram because I really don't have to engage...but blogging is different.

It's been a little over a month and I am still struggling with overwhelming sadness.  I am haunted [as I knew I would be] with the visual of her last 2 days.  It was gut wrenching and not a good thing for an "empath" to experience.

Which is causing my nightmares at night and not being able to sleep.

I know I am not the only one who has experienced the loss of a loved one.....and my heart breaks for all of you that share this kind of heartbreak with me.

I miss her so darn much....everyday when I walk Cami around the block I go past her house and it  brings me to tears.  She was so amazing and about 400 people came to her funeral which blew me many people telling me how she changed their life.

She was also the peace keeper in the family....never taking sides with anyone.  

So....I have gone back to work although I am definitely not running at 100%.  I will try to catch you up with some of my projects!

The first one I will share is one that I have been working on for quite a while....she is the most patient client I have....for real.  I have also know her for over 20 years.....

This is her foyer and we got the rug a while back....then I brought in 2 of her DR chairs to extend the chest because it was too lonely.....

I sent her pictures of a lot of mirrors similar to the one we ended up with and  she was sending me mirrors that she liked but they were too modern.  I felt that with the chest having a modern feel I wanted something a little more "blingy" if you know what I mean....

She actually found the mirror and and picked out some art that she liked so I went over and got it all hung for her....

We added the crystal lamp and I remade 2 of her pillows smaller for the chairs....

I don't know about you but dang that antique mirror just makes it!  All art and the mirror were from Huff Harrington....a beautiful store here in Buckhead.

I am going to try and get back on a regular routine....but I have to tell you sometimes I feel this heaviness that does prevent me for engaging.

Also....thank all of you so much for the sweet comments...I read them all and was so comforted.


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