Wednesday, February 27, 2013


Of all the projects I am lucky enough to work on, I have to say that children's rooms are often my favorites -- they tend to allow for the boldest color choices, most whimsical patterns, and certainly the most direct clients. People seem to be more willing to take risks in kids' rooms, perhaps because they feel more temporal, knowing that the kids will at some point paper it with posters of the future Robert Pattinson, or paint it all black right before they stop speaking to everyone in the family and padlock their door.

I recently completed a nursery project that was special for a number of reasons, which I am pleased to say you'll be able to read all about in the next issue (April 2013) of Seattle magazine!

Here's a sneak peek:


Linda {Calling it Home} said...

I have just repinned about a dozen of your pins, so I came over to see who you were. Why did you stop blogging?

Leah, Revival Home & Garden said...

Hi, Linda. Thanks for your note, and your re-pins! I know -- it has been FOREVER since my last post, and even more time since the post before that. I am just so busy with my interior-design business and my two kids that blogging sadly takes a back seat...maybe one of these days I will get back on the saddle.

Thanks for asking!


Rachel said...

I love that shade of blue paint for a boy's room. Not too rough and just enough to remind you it's a child's room!

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