Sarah Gibson

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Sarah Gibson is a full-time designer located in the Midwest. With an emphasis on both graphic and interior design, her projects are varied. Sarah's areas of expertise range from rebranding, website & blog design, print and social media marketing, to creative direction, such as styling and photoshoots. As an interior designer, Sarah also specializes in full-service interior design, custom projects, styling, and renovations. Aside from her day job, she spends evenings and weekends creating content for her lifestyle blog, Room for Tuesday, which features content in design, interiors, travel, fashion, and creative inspiration. She enjoys balancing both trendy and eclectic pieces with classic elements, for a curated aesthetic.

Recent Posts by Sarah Gibson

Entryway Organization

It’s the time of year that we’re starting to layer up for chilly temperatures… scarves, boots, and hats- the whole nine yards. I personally love this season and the wardrobe that comes with it, but living in a small house has it’s challenges during the fall and winter months. Click through for my favorite entryway  Continue Reading »

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Neutral Outdoor Throw Pillows

It’s officially September and I’m wondering where summer went! Although I am ready for fall, I fully plan to take advantage of my backyard until it absolutely gets too cold. If you’re also not quite ready to let summer go, but are eager to welcome fall, this seasonal transition can be tough from a decor perspective. It’s still hot  Continue Reading »

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Tips For Living With Dogs

I get a lot of questions about my dogs and how we live with them. After all, a pet is an animal and living with an animal can sometimes be a bit challenging. There are plenty of gross moments and times I have to shrug it off when they get into something they shouldn’t. I  Continue Reading »

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Room For Tuesday’s Kitchen Reveal

I had the opportunity to work with a couple of my local friends and makeover their kitchen using a Caesarstone quartz countertop! Get ready for a giant kitchen post (complete with terrible before images). The homeowners (and my friends), Dru & Brooke, have been updating their home in Salt Lake City room-by-room. When Brooke asked  Continue Reading »

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Bistro Sets Roundup

Although our backyard project is just wrapping up, I’ve been dreaming of transforming the front of our home since moving in. The shape of our front entrance is perfectly suited for an itsy bitsy courtyard. Mark my words- I will tile it someday and add a charming bistro set! I even brainstormed that plan with  Continue Reading »

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Hanging Chairs Roundup

Summer somehow always finds a way to bring out my best boho aesthetic. I love transitioning my home for the season and finding decor that is eclectic and reminiscent of travel and sunshine. I know that hanging chairs have been ‘a thing’ for awhile now, but I still really love them. There’s something undeniably relaxing  Continue Reading »

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Room for Tuesday’s Color Guide

If you like a low maintenance type of stone in your kitchen, quartz was made for you. Any client who comes to me asking for something easy, family-friendly, durable, indestructible, and stain resistant, I always recommend quartz. Let me start by saying, I love all types of stone… natural (like marble and soapstone), as well as  Continue Reading »

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DIY Lumbar Pillow

If there’s one thing I really love seeing in a home, it’s nice textiles. I’m a bit of a design nerd when it comes to beautiful vintage or designer fabric! As a designer, I’m certainly aware that quality fabric comes at a cost (with a higher price tag). Sometimes it’s difficult to justify spending large amounts  Continue Reading »

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How to Shop Your Home

It’s easy to feel stuck or a little too comfortable when it comes to your surroundings. You’ve probably heard me stress the importance of seasonal updates, but sometimes it’s nice to switch things up as needed- no matter the season. The easiest way to update a space is by shopping your own home. This is a concept  Continue Reading »

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Roundup : Etageres & Shelving

I’m in the beginning stages of thinking about my office design and with that comes functional shelving and storage. Since we’ve been installing amazing customs closets behind closed storage, I can have wayyy more fun with open storage! I’ve been browsing the internet for beautiful etageres that will work in the space. Click through to see what  Continue Reading »

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