Wednesday, March 27, 2013


Here is a sneak peek of the nursery I designed for my sister and her baby girl who just arrived!!  I am so excited to watch her grow and play in the space for years to come!
I SPY.....a baby?!?
More pictures of the space coming soon!!  Come back to my blog to check out all the DIY projects, personal touches, and child-like details we created to make this adorable nursery for baby Emersyn!

See how the room got it's start from some inspirational photos and pieces of furniture on my sister's blog!

Thursday, March 7, 2013

{CLIENT} New Construction


New and exciting things for Jessica Stout Design!!!  I am so excited about my newest client and the work that has kept me extremely, yet happily busy for the last few months.  We broke ground in August of 2012 and we have been off and running ever since!  
Our goal is to make new construction fit in with the landscape of downtown Westfield as if the home has been there for decades.  It will be a period style home with nods to the 50's and 60's in the lighting, the flooring, and the architecture, while keeping it modern for how they live now.  
Inspiration for the kitchen
Master Ensuite Inspiration
Living Room Inspiration
The after pictures are coming soon as I complete the details of the space!  The house is turning out beautifully!  I can't wait to share...

 I hope Jessica Stout Design's inspires you to do something new with your home today!

{DIY} ReUpholstering a Chair

A Super Easy ReUpholstery

Reupholstering can seem like a daunting task for some.  So start small!  A wooden chair with just an upholstered seat is the easiest, most simple upholstery project for beginners, and it can make the biggest difference.
 This is a $50 chair I picked up from a thrift store.  It was perfect for my client's desk area in their kitchen, but I HATED the fabric they put on the chair.  It had to be changed.
First step, remove the seat.  Usually the seat is just screwed on from the bottom with 4 screws, and it is as easy as taking those 4 screws out to remove the seat. 
This chair seat was lacking some cushion.  So I added some extra cushion. 
Step two, wrap up the chair with your fabric of choice.  I chose a simple coordinating stripe.  And just screw the seat back on from the bottom.
The finished product! 

 I hope Jessica Stout Design's inspires you to do something new with your home today!

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