Now that we’re fully moved into our new studio and store location, we wanted to share the inspiration for the design. Moving into a brand new building, Lindsey was excited to start from scratch to create a beautiful space. Polished concrete floors, loads of natural light and custom built-ins and cabinetry set the tone for our functional and beautiful space. She picked pieces with varying textures and wood tones to create a modern, coastal vibe.
Lindsey and Grayson have two awesome kids, Tilley-Gray and Maines. When it came time to design their rooms, Lindsey created stylish, fun spaces for both of them. Each bedroom suits her kids’ personalities and the shared bathroom is not only playful but also super functional. Read on to get Lindsey’s take on designing these spaces.
Who’s excited for the second installment of Before + After: #projectcheekwood? As Lindsey’s home will prove, the way that people used to utilize their kitchen has completely evolved over the past century. The kitchen in her house was dark, tiny and isolated from the rest of the living space. Lindsey worked her magic and now the kitchen is bright, happy and located in the heart of the home. Today on the blog, we’re going to focus on the transformation of the kitchen and dining area at #projectcheekwood.
We’re thrilled to share an inside peek into the before and after process of #projectcheekwood, Lindsey’s own home, which is currently featured in the new issue of Southern Living. The 1928 home had great bones but needed TONS of work. Lindsey and her husband Grayson worked closely with the architect and builder to create a home that would be perfect for their young family. For the next several weeks, we’ll feature a Q&A with Lindsey on the blog and get her personal take on each room in the house. Today, we’re going to focus on the entry hall and living room.