Isn’t this kitchen gorgeous? Well, this bright and airy culinary masterpiece belongs to my friend Julie Holloway
(check out her cocktail here
and her bathroom here
). Julie has a knack for clean and beautiful spaces. It was so much fun playing off her white pallet with pops of green. I used bowls, bottles, books, and Bells of Ireland to tie the theme together.
On another note Julie and I are both working on a project: Room Service Atlanta. We are doing dorms for young men in transition at Untied Methodist Childrens’ Home in Decatur. Stay tuned for more…
photos by rob brinson for better homes and gardens november 2011
Look for me this wednesday (Halloween!) on Better Mornings around 9:45. I’ll be in costume!
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, Julie Holloway
, november 2011
Julie Holloway is one talented lady. I met her while scouting her home for Better Homes and Gardens Magazine. Kind of a funny story. When I arrived at her home with my editor, Julie was pretty over excited, which caught me off guard to be honest. Well honestly she was well, rather giddy. Turns out she was a big fan of my blog and my styling work, which was new to me, but made me look like a rock star in front of my editor. If I am really honest I was beyond flattered and embarrassed at the same time. Julie calmed down after about 10 minutes and toured us through her home.
Once we shot her home for BHG, we became fast friends and I now consider her a dear friend. I showed her darling bathroom makeover to Kitchen and Bath Ideas and of course they loved it so I had a chance to style it up and here you see it in it’s glory. I love love love clever bathrooms and this one is really sensational. Julie took a 70’s era bathroom and morphed it into this cottagy, swedish-inspired retreat. The room is so bright and airy and the perfect place to relax. I love the antique touches and the white tile. Gorgeous!
Tea roses in a mercury vase always feel fresh and romantic. I thought these feminine touches were right at home in Julie’s beautiful bathroom.
I went with white linens because I wanted to keep the calm feel of the space. I wanted it to feel spa-like. The truth is I am a big fan of white towels and linens in general, its a quick fix styling wise as far as giving instant elegance to any space, “white anything rules” is what I always say.
The vintage stool next to the bath felt very European to me. Why mess with a good thing? I always keep the homeowners in mind when styling a project, in the case of a professional designer I always consult them if I want to change anything. In this case there were alot of touches in place so styling up this bathroom was a breeze thanks to Julie!
Julie writes a fantastic blog. Check it out here.
See Julie’s cocktail of the week here.
photography by rob brinson.
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I first met Julie while scouting her home for Better Homes and Gardens. She was darling when we met, she actually followed my blog and styling gigs. She was pretty happy to meet me, of course I was very flattered, and a little creeped out (kidding). It just never occurs to me that people would follow what I do, when I meet people that do, well, I’m surprised. Continue reading
Cocktail of the Week Recipes
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, Cocktail of the Week
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