I don’t have kids yet, but I can still appreciate a great nursery when I see one. Such is the case with this lovely owl-themed nursery from Brian and Kristy Hoffman. Brian and Kristy decided to keep the gender of their baby a mystery, which required some inventiveness when it came to designing the space.
They used found and recycled materials to create this neutral, modern and playful nursery with an impressive bunch of DIY elements. The salvaged wood tree installation, the vintage crate and baby bottle lamp, the toy clock — I love them all! According to his parents, baby Brody is settling right in to his creative and colorful room :) Great job, Brian & Kristy! — Kate
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There have been a slew of new cafes opening up in my neighborhood, each with its own unique style. It’s been difficult for me to choose which one I like best, but if a shop like this was one of them, the choice would be made. Joanne Kelly, the architect behind this amazing redesign, made many a smart decision for cozying up this space. The dramatic dark walls, industrial-style wood counters and eclectic artwork are pretty great, but to be honest, it’s the rows upon rows of glass candy jars that have me hooked :) Amazing work, Joanne!