Ensuite Bathroom Refresh

It's amazing what a little paint can do to transfer a room. I spent my last weekend painting our ensuite bathroom with a fresh light grey (Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray).

Here is the before picture of the bathroom painted in builder's beige...

And here is the after...


The Perfect Big Girl's Room

My baby girl is not yet a year old (and of course I wish I could keep her small forever), but I can't help but envision what her big girl room will look like. 

You'll remember from previous posts that her nursery currently looks like this...

We originally went with a gender-neutral nursery, but I would love to go with a fun girly room once she's a big girl. Here are a few things that are a must to include in her new room.

This Princess artwork from Urban Barn would be a great jumping off point. Plus, no one is more of a Princess than a little lady, right?

Every girl needs a great place in her room to relax, read her books, and maybe take a nap, and nothing would be more comfortable than this bean bag chair from Bean Bag Boss. This Teardrop bean bag chair has a unique shape and it would allow her to sit in any position that she wishes. I also love the quilted seat and shiny metallic fabric. The perfect throne for a little princess.

I also found this great upholstered headboard from Wayfair in a rose pink. I really like the clean lines and simplicity of the headboard. I'm sure it could follow her into her teen years.

And no bed is complete without these adorable and girly toss cushions. The two floral cushions are both from Indigo, and the middle peacock cushion is from Structube.
I LOVE this chrome light from Mobilia! There are no words on how much impact this lamp would give to a big girl's room. Plus, it coordinates so well with the silver bean bag chair.

And finally, these accessories would be the perfect "cherry on top" for her room. All of these items can be found at Z Gallerie.

Someday her room will look like this, but for now I'm going to try to keep this little girl a baby. Well, for as long as she'll let me.


Dream Home

If I am ever so lucky to own my dream home, I would hope it would look something like this (keeping in mind that expense is not an issue)...

A girl can dream, can't she?!

(all photos courtesy of Houzz)


Home Office Reveal

When it came time to makeover the smallest (and very empty) bedroom in our house into my home office last year, I knew that I want a space that verged on the side of girly and that inspired me when I worked in there. Much to my delight, my hubby had no problem with me making this space girly, complete with a pink desk chair and floral curtains.

I didn't want to shove the desk up against a wall but rather float it in the middle of the room. And luckily having a laptop, an overhead light and a floor lamp made this possible. I decided to mix metals in this room also. I loved the look of the antique brass of the oversize round mirror and the curtain rod, but I didn't want to feel tied to that finish. In order to make the mixed metals work well, I made sure to use almost a 50/50 ratio of both antique brass and silver in the office.

The curtains were hand made by my amazing and talented mother. You can read more about that here. The chair was a process and a half, but this $30 vintage chair looks perfect in a salmon upholstery.

To the left of the doorway is a storage cabinet that holds my oversupply of decorating magazines and design books. You can also see my DIY ombre art and DIY upholstered cork board.

Here is the original design board for the room:

And here is the source list for the home office:

wall paint - Benjamin Moore in Down Pour Blue
chair - DIY project (you can read more about that here)
storage unit - IKEA BESTA
knobs on storage unit - Amerock "Allison"
curtains - DIY project (you can read more about that here)
curtain rod and rings - Home Depot
floating shelves - Home Depot
brass floorlamp - Target
lamp on storage unit - Home Sense
gold wall mirror - Home Sense
canvas art above storage unit - DIY project (you can read more about that here)
LOVE print - Made by Girl (in an IKEA RIBBA frame)
floral heart print - Rifle Paper Co. (in an IKEA RIBBA frame)
ampersand print - SS Print Shop (in an IKEA RIBBA frame)
"K" Initial wall art - Chapters 
upholstered cork board - DIY project (you can read more about that here)
desktop organizer - Martha Stewart Home Office
mirrored tray - Home Sense


Spring SALE!!

It's Spring! Can't you tell?! 

So, in light of the new season and with Spring cleaning around the corner, KM Decor is offering a Spring Sale!

Are you interested in room makeover in your home? Do you need help with paint colours, furniture placement, or decor? If so, design boards and/or an in-home consultation can help you out!

All design boards are on sale for $50 per room (regularly priced at $75 a room). Each design board includes the design, a complete source list, and a plan for your room. Not in the Ottawa area? Not a problem. You can simply email me pictures of your current room that you need help with, along with dimensions and an idea of what you would like to see, and I will complete an e-design board for you which will be emailed back to you. You can view samples of design boards here.

If you're looking for overall decor advice for your home, I can come to you (within the Ottawa area) and give you an in-home consultation for one hour. On sale now for $75 (regularly priced at $100)! You can use this hour per your discretion and I will help you with any questions that you may have.

This Spring Sale is on NOW until May 31st! 

Contact me via email or Facebook to book your e-design board and/or in-home consultation. 


Home Love: The Rancics

If any of you watch "Guiliana and Bill", you will have seen their amazing California home that they share with their beautiful little boy. The home has a light and airy nautical theme throughout the house. It's beyond gorgeous - I would move in there without a second thought!

(all pics courtesy of Traditional Home)



I've been featured!!! And I couldn't be happier... or surprised!

Cutting Edge Stencils which I've used for two previous projects (my master bedroom and my powder room), have featured me in two blog posts on their site!

You can check out both of the posts here...

And here...

Needless to say, I'm incredibly thrilled and honoured to have been featured by Cutting Edge Stencils and acknowledged by the design community for two rooms that I have designed in my home :)

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