New Design Time video: LIVE! "Spring Trends"

This morning I headed over [in the rain] to the KWCH Channel 12 studio to have another little segment love with Kara Sewell, world's cutest morning anchor. We chatted about the Spring Trends that we are seeing in Interior Design these days. 

Click on the video picture to watch or go to the KWCH website here.

Mentioned in the video was a lucite monogramed tray that you can have for a steal! You can buy on the website and take to your next event! I use mine in the hallway to collect keys, mail, ... pretty much everything you want to dump when you come in the door.

The two frames used above are from IKEA, I used this Ribba frame on the white, and tossed the mat. See the full DIY on framing wallpaper here.

And on the wood one I used this Ribba frame. I just wrapped the fabric it came with. See the full DIY on this here.

Overall, had a great time again with Kara and the KWCH Morning show team. Can't wait till next month... what shall we do next? Any requests?


Sam [The Peak of Tres Chic] said...

WOW! You must be so proud of yourself! You did a great job and look adorable, of course!

Laura said...

Sweetie my GFC has some problems lately and I can't see you in my list :( Can you please try with JOIN THIS SITE?
Thank you!:*

Sasha said...

Tangerine Tango & Gold & a framed photo of Bo = whats not to love? Fab! loved those "mint" nails too ;)

Emily Davis said...

Love it! Great job!

xoxo, Emily

Three Pink Dots said...

Thanks so much y'all!! It sure is fun to be able to do this!

Lindsay K {lastyearoftwentysomething} said...

That's so exciting! I loved the trends you spoke about! Love them all!

Three Pink Dots said...

Thanks Lindsay!

Three Pink Dots said...

Thanks Lindsay!

Dale JaneƩ said...

Lauren, this is so exciting~ just saw this post! You did a great job and you're a natural on TV and look so pretty. Loved the different idea, especially the monogram dish. You have so many creative ideas! I love the idea of framing the wall paper.


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