Before her blogging career, Gabrielle was designer and art director in New York. Now she gets her creative fix seeking out, writing about, or giving away all things well designed. If she's not online, you can find her dreaming of sugary treats and doing cool things with her family.
After 8 years in New York and a stopover in Colorado, she currently lives in the French countryside where she and Ben Blair are raising Ralph, Maude, Olive, Oscar, Betty & Flora June. And eating lots of cheese.
Whenever I see a room with a bounty of thrift store and vintage finds, I cheer that someone lucked out at a tag sale or on Craig's List! And then they go and put it all together beautifully! Take this little girl's bedroom done by Abbey for her daughter (nicknamed Kicky), for example. It looks like it was supposed to be that way all along. You'll want to see more of this homey space, so be sure to scroll through below!
A tiny nursery tucked away in the attic is just the sort of small space inspiration you might be looking for when it comes to original nursery design. With limited room and uniquely charming features (sloped walls, anyone?), you might find this room to be a great example of what you can do with the right vision and a little creativity. See more below!
This bedroom for two tiny sisters is truly an example of using what you have and making it work. Of course, it helps if the things you have are quite lovely in the first place, yes? I'm already swooning over the in-room fireplace. Click through to see more below!
Nurseries might catch the lion's share of my attention, but I can't pass up a cool kids' room when I see it, either. This one caught my eye, and I knew I had to share. Yes we've got black and white, but with a little splash of neon pink for dramatic effect.