Popping in from Alaska – I hope each and everyone of you enjoyed the long weekend! Eric and I have been enjoying our babymoon up in Alaska. The beauty that you find around every single corner is breathtaking. It’s amazing what a little time surrounded by nature can do for your soul. The tranquility of being on the water has made it extra special.
I’m excited for the next few adventures that are ahead. I can’t wait to share my travel tales when I get back!
Enjoy this short week and be sure to pop by for a handful of fun posts.
Photo by Eric Flemming at the edge of Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska
This past weekend was blissful – the weather was warm but had a hint of fall in the air. We enjoyed a night at the movies and got home projects accomplished. Knowing that it was our last weekend in town for quite awhile got us stepping into high gear.
We’ve been working hard on project nursery – picking out furniture, painting, selecting rugs – I’m loving the way it’s coming together so organically. As pieces begin to arrive it has me giddy for this little guy to join us. Honestly, I can’t wait to show you the final design!
Cheers to a new week ahead – I hope it is productive for all of you!
Photo by Caitlin Flemming (nursery rug shopping)
Weekends lately have been spent working on my own home design projects – figuring out where to put artwork, adding another coat of paint to Baby Flemming’s room (don’t worry, Eric is doing that) and then playing around with furniture placement and design ideas for his room. This past weekend there was one of the “AHA” moments when it came to his room – before we knew about this little guy I completely designed our spare room as a guest bedroom. I’ve been trying my best to keep this room as a guest/baby room but with everything that comes with a baby I don’t think it’s possible. Plus, I want it to feel like a place he can play in. I’ve been culling through magazines, Pinterest and popping into stores to find what I want to do. After some brainstorming sessions with my mom, we finally had an amazing idea. I can’t wait to share it with all of you when the nursery is done, but I can say I want to move into his room. It’s going to be the best room in the house. As long as we can pull this idea off.
So with that inspiration in hand, I’m ready to tackle my clients design projects with full vengeance this week. I hope all of you have a productive week ahead!
Photo by bijou and boheme
After a whirlwind week in Raleigh, NC, it was such a treat coming home. While I feel incredibly lucky to be able to travel and discover new places there is nothing I love more than being back home. This weekend we escaped the fog and headed up to Marin for some sunshine, enjoyed an early morning run to the farmers market, and then spent the majority of the weekend planning out baby Flemming’s nursery. Lately I’ve felt like I’m constantly working on client projects that I haven’t had time to sit down to really brainstorm my own home. This was such a treat and definitely got me re-energized for the new week that lies ahead.
I hope all of you have a splendid week!
Photo by Caitlin Flemming (one of many design ideas for the nursery)
The past week was quite incredible – all of the heartfelt comments and congratulations from everyone brought Eric and I so much joy. A huge thank you to everyone. Sharing our baby news with you was such a treat.
Over the weekend we escaped the city to get some much needed sunshine – San Francisco has been covered in gray fog for days. It was so blissful getting some much needed vitamin d. Yesterday, I ventured to the Alameda Flea Market for treasure hunting. I hadn’t been in months – although I didn’t find any treasures, it was nice to see what is out there that can get you inspired.
We recently recovered this antique chair (above) in Madeline Weinrib fabric – I absolutely adore it! It’s amazing the transformation you can make on something you already own with stunning fabric.
Cheers to a new week – I’m en-route to Raleigh, NC to teach at The School of Styling.
Photo by Caitlin Flemming