This idea had may so excited that I once again attempted to find out how I could get in Australia.
Alas…not a chance the postage would be astronomical.
It is basically a lazy susan for the study!
Ok so it’s more Pottery Barn but they are just so amazing! This is my idea of a study for “My Pigeon Pair” one day we could convert the playroom. I love that you would be able to see the kids instead of having a desk in their room. Check out the pinboards behind the desks! What a simple but effective idea to help organise your week! LOVE LOVE the giant pencil!
This is a simple and stylish idea that you could do in a study or playroom.
Painted MDF numbers or you could even use letters!
Small space? You need IKEA!
I am seriously thinking of trying the containers on the rod idea!
It would keep those crayons and pencils out of reach of Little Miss A’s Artistic hands!
Hmmm…I wonder how hard this would be for
me, the man of the house, to make!
What an adorable reading/storage space!
Can’t afford to transform the whole space?
How about a refresh of the decor?
Something for the smaller kids!
Chalkboard dots that you can stick onto your playroom walls!
But my pick of the day is…..
Love this Personalised Alphabet Print
scissors paper rock designs
An easy effective way to brighten up a study space is with a unique print.
This personalised design, is from Clare at Scissor Paper Rock Designs.
It would make a great first day of school gift!
Clare should know..she is also a teacher!
In case you don’t have the time for room makeovers this weekend….
you can drool or dream over these play spaces…..
Not sure if this one is for the kids benefit or for the adults!
Every boys dream!
One for Master O!
What would your dream study space look like?
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Maybe it’s her gorgeous home decor or
perhaps her awe inspiring events
or the stylish party products in her online store
or how about the fact that she worked for and met….
I was already green with envy, now I am just plain awe struck!
This Brisbane girl is truly inspirational. Starting out in shopping centre marketing, it was after Sharnel had her two children, that she began a cupcake and cake making business.
After hosting her own children’s birthday parties and admiring the work of Desert Table goddess, Amy Atlas, the business evolved into event styling and desert tables.
Sharnel’s designs are meticulous. No detail is overlooked.
From her use of simple yet stylish two toned colour palettes and personalised,
coordinated thematic tables, her designs are simply stunning.
From children’s birthday parties, corporate events and magazine photo shoots, Sharnel’s portfolio of work has been featured in Peekaboo Magazine, Online party site – The Party Dress and praised by none other than the Desert Table queen herself, Amy Atlas.
So how did this Australian event stylist end up on Oprah?
A Melbourne woman wrote a letter to Oprah, asking for an autograph for her heavily pregnant sister.
The pregnant woman, Katherine, was devastated that she could not go to the Australian Oprah show as she was due to have her baby the next day!
Oprah suprised the woman with more than an autograph,
she threw her a baby shower!
The baby shower was co-hosted by baby and children’s store, “Bebe” in Melbourne, who put the call out on Facebook, for an event stylist.
One of Sharnel’s Facebook “Liker’s” recommended Sharnel to Bebe.
You could say the rest is history BUT…
first Sharnel had to submit a proposal of the event to the producers….
How could you not say YES after seeing this!
Oh the elegant masses of pink blooms,
the petite pink baby booties (they are made of cake!),
the sophistication of a simple colour palette, in my favourite colour…
Baby Shower Heaven!
Tonight, Sharnel will be joined by some of her closest friends to celebrate the Australian screening of the Oprah’s Australian Adventure episode, featuring her styling.
I am sure the bubbly will be flowing in her home tonight!
and as we watch from our lounge rooms,
we too can celebrate as another Australian Mummy steals the international stage, with her talent.