Whitney Jones

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Whitney is an Interior Designer and Stylist that loves coming up with creative solutions for small spaces. Living in New Orleans, she’s inspired daily by the colorful art, culture, and music scene of a city she’s been blessed to have grown up in. Her design style is eclectic, bold, and glamorous, blending in the unexpected while being true to her client’s inner style. When she’s not designing spaces, she’s planning her Spring wedding, blogging, making pillows for her Etsy shop, or getting lost in one her favorite books.

Recent Posts by Whitney Jones

Cottage Style Kitchens

Cottage kitchens are charming and usually very functional and comfortable. As much as I love glamorous and dramatic kitchens, I can still appreciate the classic and cozy nature of the cottage style kitchen. This Old House The kitchen above has classic cottage style, with its glass door cabinets and vintage stove. The pastel color on  Continue Reading »

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Great Rooms with Great Style

(Photo via Freshome) Great rooms are large rooms that combine living rooms and dining rooms. They’re usually open to the kitchen, too. I love a great room designed to flow well between the individual areas. The best great rooms are ones that have a well thought-out floor plan (with substantial clearances around the furniture) and  Continue Reading »

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Timeless Bathroom Trends

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Bathroom design or renovation can sometime break the bank. For this reason, many homeowners choose to go with a timeless design that will stand the test of trends. Check out these classic baths. White Cabinets White cabinets provide the perfect neutral backdrop for small pops of color that can be changed inexpensively. Bathrooms with white  Continue Reading »

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Bringing the Indoors Out

If you love to entertain or spend lots of time outdoors, having your outdoor space feel like an extension of the inside of your home will make your time outside all the more enjoyable and comfortable. Look in any shelter magazine or check out your favorite blogger’s site and you’ll find an array of articles  Continue Reading »

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