Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Buffalo Check Wallpaper Mudroom

9. 10. 11. McGee & Co  Inspiration picture from Monika Hibbs Instagram.


I've been dreaming about this Caitlin Wilson Design buffalo check wallpaper for sometime now. I always envision it in a mudroom, laundry room, or powder room. I think the pop of pattern on the walls would be so fun!!!

In this mudroom imagine buffalo check on 3 walls, subway tile on the main wall where a farmhouse sink would be, brass hardware, carrara marble penny tiles on the floor, some open shelves, some plants, + all those cute accessories. Can you just envision how dreamy it'd turn out?

Who has a room they need help designing? Shoot me an email and I'd be happy to help. 

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Throw Pillows for Fall

On trend boutique mudcloth cushion pillow covers
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Well I don't know about you, but I sure want my home cozy for the fall and winter months. I love switching things up in my home as the seasons change, one of the easiest, and least expensive ways to do this is with throw pillows. I'm kind of obsessed with them, and always switching mine up. When I think of fall I think of layers, textures, and rich colors. Hello velvets, leather, and fur! So I rounded up a few affordable and few splurges of my favorite for this fall season, these could easily transition to winter as well, that's why i love them all so much.

Some of my favorite affordable places to look for pillow covers includes: H&M home, Target, Wal-Mart, and Ikea. And when I want something different and I'm willing to spend a little more I search high and low on etsy and instagram. Happy hunting friends! ;)

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Master Bedroom Refresh

shiplap wall

As I have shared before, we moved into our home one year ago. Since then we have been trying to make every space feel like us. In the beginning I tried to use everything I had on hand to make our new house feel like OUR home. The above picture with the thrifted desk was cozy, we enjoyed it, but it was time to turn the space into something we really loved. 

indigo
bedside table

We started with the DIY Shiplap wall, I'll share more about that later. My husband decided to tackle this project in one weekend. It was a quick simple project that changed the whole feeling of the room and didn't break the bank.

midcentury modern nightstand
midcentury modern nightstand
indigo pillows

We have also been slowly painting our whole house. Since we were working on this room we painted the other walls a light gray like the rest of the house. Bye yellowy beige, we won't miss you! ;)

light gray walls

The inspiration for the whole room came from this Shibori wallpaper that I was given from Milton & King. I have been obsessed with anything indigo, navy, blues, etc. I decided to hang the pretty wallpaper like a piece of art in a simple white frame.
indigo art piece

midcentury modern nightstand

I have been known to over do it sometimes. I didn't want that to happen to this space, so I kept things simple, light and airy. I think the shiplap adds enough visual interest that I don't need to fill the room with extra "stuff."

target brass task lamp
brass lamp

Since we were already working on everything in this room, my husband decided to run the tv wires through the walls. It was a simple project that makes a huge difference. Everything looks more organized now.
bedroom
Can we talk about this cute rug I got at Ross, of all places, for only $25. :O

I'll share the deets where everything else is from in another post. We had fun freshening up this space. We love hanging out in here now. 



P.S. I know that first "before" picture is horrible quality. We are the worst home bloggers and forgot to snap before pictures before we moved in. So those came from our appraisal documents. Oops forgive us? 

Thank you so much for stopping by! Let me know if you have any questions or if I can help you at all.
-Ana

Monday, August 31, 2015

Enzo's Modern Nursery

Modern Nursery on a Budget | Ana Souza Design
Black & White Modern Nursery Ideas | Ana Souza Design
Woodland Creatures Theme Nursery | DIY Triangle Mobile | Ana Souza Design
Woodland Creatures Theme Nursery | Pine tree vinyl Decals | Ana Souza Design
Modern Baby Nursery On a Budget | Ana Souza Design
Black & White Theme Nursery | Ana Souza Design
Modern Black & White Nursery | Ana Souza Design
Modern Woodland Creatures Theme | Black & White Nursery | Midcentury Modern Dresser| Ana Souza Design
Affordable Nursery Glider | Black & White Rug | Wood Stump Side table | Ana Souza Design
Modern Nursery | Midcentury Modern Dresser | Gallery Wall | Ikea Cart | Ana Souza Design
Modern Nursery |  Diy Teepees | Felt Balls | Ana Souza Design
Wall Collage | Modern Nursery | Name Letters | Ana Souza Design
Modern Nursery | DIY art | Wall Collage | Felt balls | Ana Souza Design
Modern Woodland Creatures Theme Nursery | Black & White Nursery | Ana Souza Design
Nursery Shelf Styling | Modern Nursery | Woodland creatures theme | Ana Souza Design
Nursery Shelf Styling | Modern Nursery | Woodland creatures theme | Ana Souza Design
Nursery Shelf Styling | Modern Nursery | Ana Souza Design
Ikea Hack | Ikea Spice Racks bookshelf | Modern Nursery | DIY Industrial curtain rod | Ana Souza Design
Modern Woodland Creatures Theme Nursery | Black & White Nursery | Ana Souza Design

Well here I am with my first post on this blog. Before I start sharing our new home projects I wanted to share a project that I had a lot of fun with, my son's nursery. Yes he's almost 2 now but hey better late than never, right? ;)

Well for his room I didn't want to go to a baby store and buy matching bedding, mobile, etc. I wanted to get creative and do things myself. So i begin doing what anybody would do... pinning everything that inspired me. I had a black and white color scheme with pops of colors and the woodland creatures animals theme in mind. I remember even making this little color board for inspiration.

I had a lot of fun through out my pregnancy shopping for affordable pieces for this room. Of course I wanted the pottery barn or west elm glider but my budget wouldn't allow that. So after many nights spent searching on the internet I found this glider that I loved and at a price I could afford.  Same with the crib and that was the starting point. 

In the end I'm happy to tell you that it was my favorite room in our whole apartment. It was bright, cheery and I think most important functional. Hello Ikea cart that helped keep all things baby at the tip of my fingers.

Sources
Rug | Ikea
Dresser | $20 Yard sale find refinished by my husband 
Metal Cart | Ikea
Floor poof | Target
Wood stump side table | Free piece of an old lamp post gifted by my dad and refinished by my husband. 
Mobile | Diy by me
Vinyl trees | Etsy
Animal prints | Etsy
Large "Be brave little one" print | Diy inspired by this
Small arrows print | Diy by me 
Deer head | Target
Name letters | Hobby Lobby
Felt colorful balls | Hello Maypole
Watercolor ikat print blanket | Candykirby Designs 
Woodland Stuffed animals | Ikea
Book shelves | Ikea
White Shelves | Ikea
Pillows| West Elm
Small pillow | Nate Berkus
Lamp | Ikea
Curtain Rod | Diy by my husband
Curtains | Ikea  
Teepees | Diy inspired by these 
"Let them be Little" wood sign | Diy, wood piece from Hobby Lobby
Fake sheepskin | Ikea
Crib sheets | Diy with fabric from Ikea
Changing pad cover | Diy with thrifted fabric

If I missed anything or if you have any questions about anything, feel free to email me at  anasouzadesign@outlook.com 

Thanks for stopping by. Stay tuned for more home projects in our new little home. :) 
 
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