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November 24, 2014

Holiday Decorating Packages by Janeane Pittman Interior Design

 

I love the holidays.  As a child, I remember decorating my own bedroom with glittery garland and creating nativity scenes with my stuffed animals and dolls.  Celebrating this wonderful season by adorning our homes is something that so many enjoy.  Having a personal style is something I have often discussed here on the blog and having signature holiday decor is yet another way to show your families personalities.

Gold & White Christmas by Janeane Pittman Interior Design

Gold & White is a theme that can blend well into many decor styles.  Neutral colors and sophisticated materials can go either glamorous or casual.  Details like gold leafing, beading, and metallic fabrics bring holiday cheer without introducing bright colors that may clash with everyday decor.

Rustic Christmas by Janeane Pittman Interior DesignHaving a rustic theme is a little more on the traditional side with colors like deep burgandy and teal.  Natural elements like twigs, wood slices and jute bring in a cozy feel.  This style lends well to those who have traditional and country everyday decor.

Whimsical Christmas by Janeane Pittman Interior Design

Introducing a whimsical style is perfect for those with vintage and bohemian styles.  Mixing both pastels and brights together, this fun style brings smiles.  Details that look hand crafted with tassels and pom poms create a unique look for the season.

These are a just a sampling of what you can do with your holiday decor to get you in the spirit.

This year I put together three holiday decorating packages that I am offering to Orange County residents.

Holiday Decorating Packages by Janeane Pittman Interior Design

Contact me today to set up your appointment to go over what your signature holiday style will be.  I look forward to turning your home into a Christmas wonderland.

Website: www.janeanepittman.com

 

Janeane

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Dream Accessory Closet

I have to apologize about this project.  It was quite some time ago I announced a series of posts featuring step by step details on the changing of a hall closet into a Dream Accessory Closet.  Much has happened with me personally and unfortunately, this particular blog series suffered.  I did however want to share with you the completed closet even though it is not necessarily a DIY post.

Recap: When we moved into our rental house several years ago, there was a closet at the end of the hall that I claimed as mine.  Having a true affection for accessories, I wanted to dedicate this small space to all my baubles.  Not wanting to invest too much into construction, I found a way to personalize the space to pay homage to all my costume jewelry, scarves, & handbags by using repurposed and vintage items to make it unique.

Dream Accessory Closet

The entire closet has a backdrop of a pale gray paint with gold arrows dancing across the back wall.  A triptych found at HomeGoods in brightly colored Ikat patterns give a hint of what is within this space.  On the top shelf, wire shelves from Big Lots are turned on their side assist clutches and smaller handbags stand up and be displayed neatly all in a row.

Dream Accessory Closet

Simple C-hooks from Target installed on the inside of the closet doors made the perfect necklace storage.  Holding the scarves on the left side of the closet is a tension rod also found at Target.

Dream Accessory Closet

A gold bench found at a local estate sale that was originally covered in a terry cloth towel got “re-upholstered” in faux fur from a Goodwill coat.  Although the finish on the legs has imperfections, it makes it have character.  It tucks nicely to the right of the table inside the closet when not in use.

It used to look like this before:

Gold Bench Before

Dream Accessory Closet

A gifted table shaped like a flower was “dipped” in teal paint.  It is now a staging place for glass jars filled with bracelets, a thrift shop mirror, & vintage bust adorned with a favorite necklace.

Dream Accessory Closet

A vintage rattan magazine rack nestled next to the flower table contains handbags.  They both rest on a colorful rag rug I picked up at Goodwill of Orange County.

Dream Accessory Closet

On the right side of the closet, two twig hooks collected on a sentimental day hold handbags.

Dream Accessory Closet

This closet is more than just a place for storage, it is a place for me to take a little time for myself in the morning when getting ready.  Putting those touches of accessories helps me to step out into the world as a confident woman.  It is my little oasis.

I hope you enjoyed my little accessory closet tour!

 

Janeane

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Thanksgiving Table

November 14, 2014

Did you see it?  HomeGoods posted a picture from Dear Lillie on Facebook yesterday of her beautiful Thanksgiving Table.

dear lillie tablescape

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I thought it was so beautiful that I pulled together a quick list of items to get to get this look for yourself.  Most of the items are found on Etsy which means they are handmade or grown.

Thanksgiving Table Polyvore Set by Janeane Pittman

Thanksgiving Table by janeane-pittman
                  1 | Glittering Gold Candle Holders

 
2 | Coffee Stained Metal Rim Tags

 
3| White Pumpkins

 
4| Wheat Stalk Centerpiece

Floral decor
etsy.com
 
5 | Twig Flatware

6 | Plaid Table Runner

 
7 | Golden Woodgrain Charger

Dinnerware
worldmarket.com
 
8 | Whte Dinner Plate

9 | White Salad Plate

World Market salad plate
worldmarket.com
 
10 | Brown Toile Fabric Napkin

Table linen
etsy.com
 
11 | Pressed Maple Leaves

12 | Feathers

Natural Feathers Classroom Pack
discountschoolsupply.com
Have a wonderful weekend!Janeane
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One Room Challenge Linking Participant

It’s finally here!  The reveal of the #OneRoomChallenge midcentury modern sitting room I have been working on for the past several weeks.  This post is really just going to be a whole lot of pictures, so I hope you enjoy as much as my client and I do.  This project is extremely close to my heart and I kind of feel like this is showing you pictures of my baby for the first time.  So without further ado, I present the Heywood Wakefield Dream:

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In case you missed any of my previous posts on how I got to here: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5

Thank you for all those who commented during the process, it really encouraged me on.  This look is exactly what my client wanted, and it pleases me to know she is thrilled with the outcome.  I enjoyed so much looking through so many of the other participants in the #OneRoomChallenge.  Take a look at all the other reveals today on Calling It Home.

Janeane

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