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Project: Kitchen Remodel Inspiration


A few weeks ago I wrote about a project that is near and dear to my heart – remodeling my mom’s bathroom. In addition to the bathroom, we are planning to also renovate her kitchen. We’ve been gathering ideas for several years now and can’t wait to make this dream a reality. Some things we are hoping to be able to fit into the kitchen will be a place to sit – hopefully a small table with a comfortable wing chair to sit and sip coffee at in the morning, open shelving on the upper walls, and room on other walls for her black & white photographs from our trips. We’d also like to have a balance between modern and vintage. What are your thoughts or suggestions – we’d love to hear your ideas!

Photos: 1.) Apartment Therapy | 2.) Valerie Aflalo | 3.) sfgirlbybay | 4.) unknown | 5.) Bo Bedre | 6.) Holly Mathis

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Project: Bathroom Remodel Inspiration

Bathroom Inspiration


I’ll be starting a very special renovation soon – my Mom’s bathroom and kitchen. The bathroom has a few challenges. As with many homes built almost one hundred years ago, her bathroom is quite small and has two doors – one from the hallway and one from the master bedroom. We’re trying to find a solution but whatever we decide, I’m sure it will be simple and elegant and while small, it will be a petite bathroom with style and comfort.


Next week I’ll be sharing our ideas for the kitchen – this is a project filled with a lot of love!


Photos: 1. Studioilse | 2. Dream and Jeans | 3. Jenny Wolf Interiors | 4. Graham & Co. | 5. Home Bunch | 6. Cottage & Gardens

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Recent Work: Taylor Sterling’s Nursery

Taylor Sterling Nursery | Design by Caitlin Flemming | Photo by Emily ScottTaylor Sterling Nursery | Design by Caitlin Flemming | Photo by Emily ScottTaylor Sterling Nursery | Design by Caitlin Flemming | Photo by Emily Scott

This fall I was fortunate to work with Taylor Sterling, the founder of Glitter Guide, on her baby’s nursery. She came to me asking for help creating a room that could be used as the nursery, her office and have ample storage. Working on nurseries and kid’s rooms are always a highlight of the job because it’s a time for me to have fun and create a playful space.

After a few months of working together on color schemes, picking out art, accessories, bedding and furniture, the end result evolved into this perfect room for baby Elodie. A huge thank you to Taylor for working with me on her project and be sure to pop over to Glitter Guide for the full reveal and details on sources.

Photography by Emily Scott of Em the Gem

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Press: Rue Magazine’s Top 7 Designers to Watch in 2014

Caitlin Flemming Design | Photos by Michelle Drewes for Rue MagazineToday I’m honored to be featured in Rue Magazine’s 3rd anniversary issue! When they contacted me to be part of their top seven designers to watch in 2014 I was elated, giddy and completely humbled. This issue is not to be missed – it’s filled with market pages that will have you pulling out your wallet (be warned!) and gorgeous homes that will make you want to redecorate. I’ve followed the journeys of each of the seven designers they named and I’m honored to be alongside them – each with a different aesthetic, so there is something for everyone. Pop over to tour my entire clients home and to page through the other talented designers I sit beside.

A HUGE thank you to the Rue Magazine team for having me in this issue – it’s really such an honor!

Photos by Michelle Drewes for Rue Magazine

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Project Reveal: Jordan Park Home

Today I was thrilled to have the chance to finally share one of my latest projects that I’ve been working on. This two bedroom Edwardian condo was dream project – because my client was my mom. To some it may feel like a daunting task, but since our aesthetics and styles are incredibly similar it didn’t feel like work. Though we still plan to update the kitchen and bathroom, we made minor renovations prior to decorating – we painted the walls Benjamin Moore’s Mountain Peak White (the perfect white with no yellow hues) and installed beautiful French chandeliers in every room. After that was complete the fun part began – placing and buying the furniture and smalls for each room.

I hope you enjoyed this peak into my project – pop over to Rue Magazine to see the entire feature and get sources for items!

Photos by Emily Johnston Anderson // Styling & Interiors by Caitlin Flemming

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