So reads the title of a recent Wall Street Journal article. When a family embarks on a redecorating project for, say, a living or family room, it’s smart to get input from all family members. When you’re focusing on the design of a child’s room, well, effectively there are only 2 stakeholders: the one sleeping in the room, and […]
The other day I was talking to the wonderful Sheila Hagar of the Walla Walla Union Bulletin, and she casually asked, “So how’s your living room looking these days?”
Egad! I thought. (Or something close to it.) Things have changed! Not too much, but still, enough for an update….
Hi, Annie. I’m sure you have suggestions for amazing things that can be done in an urban rental apartment without a ginormous budget. Right?
I moved in almost a year ago, and while I like to think that I have good taste, I haven’t really been able to put together a cohesive design/feeling for the place.
In some ways I’m not sure where to start…
Let’s take a breather from bossy color’s living room, shall we? In other areas of our life – i.e., the money-producing part, also known as “work” – we’ve been recommending a lot of accent pillows with just a touch of glam.
We ask you: who couldn’t use a little glamour in their lives?
Someone must have done the recycling. Elle Decor – gone. House Beautiful – gone. Spanx catalog…oh, that one was thoughtfully laid aside for future consideration… But what’s this? A catalog from bossy color’s youth. Country Curtains, it says across the top. “FREE SHIPPING on phone orders,” the sticker reads. Isn’t Country Curtains the evil force […]
In our last episode, bossy color apologized for our, how shall we say? lame, lazy attempt at accent pillows on her very own bed. At the time the offense took place, we were focused on the new Galbraith and Paul headboard, with which we were madly in love. We ran out of steam before “finishing […]