Hi friends- I hope you're having a great weekend! I have plenty of random updates to share with you, so grab your favorite drink and let's catch up.
First up, and most important...I'm making some major changes to my business. When I started this blog three years ago I could not imagine how it would grow into my business. I simply wanted to write about interior design and was naming a blog. But now it's time to move forward and name my interior design business.
Here's a peek at my new logo for Abby M. Interiors.
Although I'm scared to totally re-brand my business and blog, I count it a necessary growing pain to move forward. Of course I'm scared that I will lose readers when my site moves, but my hope is that you'll move with me and be happy with the new look.
The Cottage Project client is moving along swimmingly. Her master bedroom didn't even have walls when we started, and now we've got furniture, art, and even accessories.
Her new sofa arrived in the living room and I selected this fabric for the pillows that came with the sofa. My trick? Don't actually use the pillows they give you on the sofa. Think how you might use them somewhere else in the room. These pillows landed on her wingbacks.
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My clients in Bloomfield Hills are ready to finish their master suite. We've got the finishes nailed down for the bathroom...
This Macaubus White granite is for the top of the vanity. It's insanely gorgeous. I had never seen it before, but it's totally lovely.
Now I'm on the hunt for the perfect vanity. Not easy, because they want a large vanity but without double sinks. I'd like a reclaimed/rustic pine finish. Something similar to this. I'll keep you in the loop.
My inspiration for their master bedroom is below. Grasscloth, tone-on-tone drapes, painted ceiling, and texture are what I'm scheming.
I currently have two clients in the Rockford area--both kitchens. This one is more of an update than a renovation, but these changes will make a HUGE difference in their overall kitchen. I've included a photo from the way the kitchen looks now on the board, but everything else is new. We met at the granite store this week and they approved the hexagon milk backsplash and River White granite for the island. They are keeping all the cabinets, but I'm going for an organic modern feel with plenty of natural elements.
Thanks for reading and spending time here! I so appreciate you. Come back this week for more before and after shots--including a gorgeous fireplace makeover from an e-design client.
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