Putting together kids rooms is one of my favorite interior design challenges. For years we were foster parents and needed to create a special kids space that could work with a wide range of ages and either gender. When our youngest two children were born only 14 months apart, I decided to create a double nursery for them.
For well over a year, we’ve had the Rosewood Heights House in the works. We own a property on which we plan to build a two-story modern house to sell. We hired the same architect who designed our home, Ryan Thewes (pronounced “tavis”). We’re eager to get this idea off the ground, literally. The RHH is dear to our hearts. Follow along on Instagram @rosewoodheights.
The brightest room in our home becomes an indoor garden for all the tender tropicals each winter.
Inspired by a kitchen I saw on Pinterest late one night, I came up with this design plan and configuration for our kitchen. I love having a few open shelves but keeping most of the dishes covered. The combination of white and stained wood cabinets and white ice appliances was a nice alternative to the white cabinets and stainless appliances that are in everysamehome.