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designed with love

beautiful and functional nurseries, children's rooms, and playrooms.

The perfect space for your little one to grow.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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You want to be a good mom.

You want everything to be perfect.

I get it. I did too. 

Creating a room for your child can be a stressful process for any parent—new or seasoned. Not everyone lives for color schemes and room layouts. And how can anyone make a decision when Pinterest sends ten new ideas every day? Overwhelming doesn’t begin to describe it.

But this is my absolute favorite thing to do—to make beautiful and functional rooms that reflect you and your child.

 

 
 
 
 

Mama, your life is busy enough.

Your to-do list is already too long. Save your time and your sanity for the people you love. I can help you bring a room together, do the shopping, and even hang the curtains.

 
 

1. create your vision

Do you have a hard time visualizing how the pieces fit together, or just don’t have the time or patience to deal with it? I’ll help bring your room to life before you make any purchase decisions.

2. purchase the pieces

Today we have a problem of choice overload—there are just too many options. I'll help narrow your focus, then search (and search and search), and ship everything directly to your home.

3. set up the room

Curtain rods, picture frames, and shelves all rank high on the list of tedious, timely, and frustrating tasks. I can install your entire room for you while you take a nap or get a massage (or both).

 
 

 
 
We really wanted a serene inviting space for our daughter’s first years of life and realized that without Kayla it wouldn’t manifest. She took our existing pieces and blurry vision and crafted a retreat in perfect timing for us to enjoy as we welcomed Anita to the family.
— Kate, Mama to Anita
 
 

 
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Don't leave it for some day.

You have a few a perfect pieces tucked away in the closet that you'll get to some day.

You want to wait until after the baby is born to decide what you need. 

You have a designated space for a playroom, but it's always a mess, so what's the point?

Creating a perfect space for your little ones isn't just about them, it's about you, too. Every time you're in their room you'll be thinking about what it could be—what it should be. Quit saying, "some day," save yourself the mom guilt, and do it now. Your shoulders will thank you (for removing that weight).

 

 

 
 
 

Every room is personal.

Whether it's handwritten letters your grandmother kept, family heirlooms, or gifts from dear friends, your little's room should tell the story you want them to know.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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