Easter Blush

Easter is just days away and it has us dreaming in pastel tones — and mostly in BLUSH PINK. Remember Berkeley’s house and its exterior before/after? Well, her powder bath is about to get a paint job, too — and blush pink it is! Here’s some highlights from our blush-loving brains this week.

1. Go-To Blush Paints

For her bath, Berk’s jumping for Farrow & Ball’s Pink Ground. This hue is a dusty-toned blush pink but all the best ways. For the above office space designed for Garance Doré’s new LA home by designer Sarah Sherman Samuel, the duo settled on Quaint Peche by Sherwin Williams. Try Head Over Heels by Benjamin Moore for a softer, more subtle blush tone. Or, give Peaches N’ Cream by Benjamin Moore a try for a bolder hue.

2. Where the Blush Belongs

There really are no limits to where blush can bring beauty and that soft color pop. Blush in the bathroom, blush in the kitchen — blush in the bedroom or the patio.

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We really love the idea of blush in kids rooms, too. Like this space by designer Lauren Krieger — light blush walls layered with pops of white and bright pink.

3. Blush & Green

We’re loving the natural green tones Davidson’s Blake Pope brought into his bedroom design. His collection of aristic plants pop beautifully layered against his warm accent wall, painted in Peaches N’ Cream.

4. Blush Up the Accents

If you’re not ready to jump for blush walls, try incorporating some spring tones into your accents. Take this outdoor scene with pops of pink layered in. Another spot to bring in some blush is in your tablescapes — grab some fun napkins or accents for your upcoming Easter gatherings! Try these placemats or napkins to start.

Hop on over to Instagram to stay tuned to Berk’s bathroom blush refresh, featured on our design daily stories. Happy Easter!!

E-Design Launch!

We’re here with exciting news! Today, we launch a new branch of our design firm: E-Design! Our goal is House of Nomad E-Design makes interior design all the more approachable and brings personalized, custom designs to homes even beyond the Queen City!

Here, we break down the process for you — but to start, here’s a quick list that helps you find out if E-Design is for you! You’re a perfect candidate for E-Design IF:

  • If you are looking to dip your toe into interior design.

  • If you love our style — but can’t jump for the full-service design budget.

    • E-Design is priced at a flat rate per room — no extra design hours, delivery fees, etc.

  • If you are looking to complete one to two spaces.

    • This isn’t for you if you hope to reno your kitchen or refresh your entire home. Our E-design is set up perfectly to cater to the client wanting to rework 1-2 spaces!

  • If you can use a tape measure, pencil and paper — and feel confident online shopping carts.

    • As part of the E-design process, we’ll ask you to gather details about your space: measurements of your rooms and simple drawings, if necessary. All our designs will be sent via email, clickable and ready for you to order your new pieces!

  • If you are a DIY-er at heart because you are your own install team!

    • Once you place orders, you handle the tracking, deliveries and assembly — if needed.

  • If you are in the Queen City — or not!

    • While HON will travel, this is a great option for those outside the 704 area code!

So here’s the breakdown of our custom, E-Design process!

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Since we launched HON, we have loved meeting exclusively with our clients in person. Doing this all via email is a bit leap for us but we hope this means that our love for design and your love of our style are now more accessible through E-design.

Start by filling out our E-Design Questionnaire — we can’t wait to hear from you!!!

3 Don't-Miss Trends from the Atlanta Market

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Here we are reporting live from the AmericasMart Market in Atlanta after three days of inspiration galore, meeting the best of the best designers and reps — and stocking up on the most beautiful decor for our House of Nomad SHOP! Stay tuned for when all the market decor hits the shop!

The inspiration at AmericasMart Market is endless, room after room of things we saw and wanted to bring back — but here are the three trends we settled on as our favorite.

1. Cane Is Back

No longer just a style of the past, cane-style chairs, accesories and even tables are showstoppers in many of the design showrooms.

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2. Less Glam: More Natural

From rattan and glass beads to hand-woven textiles and baskets to leather chandeliers, all things NATURAL was everywhere in Atlanta. We’re huge fans of this organic look!

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3. Black and White is Here to Stay!

And we aren’t one bit upset about that!

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The Best Rooms of 2018!

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Happy New Year!!! Here's a glimpse into some of the rooms House of Nomad designed and are really proud of: Our Best of 2019! It was the year of blue, teal, layered and textured spaces -- and we're on to amazing new palettes and moods for 2019, including laquered cabinets and modern house renovations. We can't wait!

1. Davidson: Girl’s Bedroom

2: Davidson: Living Room

For more, check out the My Domaine tour of this home!

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3. Dilworth: Dining Room

Check out the Rue Mag feature on this space!

4: NoDA: Master Bedroom (Kelley’s Home!)

To see more, check out the Domino Mag feature on Kells’ home!

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