Well this Sarah 101 season has come to an end – six months of blood, sweat and tears captured in bite size happy half hours! This last week featured Paulo’s lack lustre downtown loft…
That grew up from frat pad to an amazingly colourful and sophisticated space.
My favourite elements in this space have to be the rustic table with the industrial vintage looking chairs and the kilim on the wall. Plus those trees! Also the the stainless cabinets and the gallery wall above the sofa of graffiti images (that were taken by famed photographer Sarah Richardson herself!).
Next there was Tommy’s adventure called Safari Baby…before (bland with a capital B)…
It became a lesson in neutral backdrop decorating with a stylish animal print punch!
This was such a fun take on playful nursery decorating and really used some pretty grown up but child friendly motifs. The green paint looked a little crazy on my tv screen, but I assure you in person (and these photos above) it is a gorgeous shade. And I love the idea of a colourful crib. What they didn’t show you was me upholstering that little round stool with a napkin from West Elm and a staple gun! Talk about pressure!
I hope you enjoyed these episodes and all of the others on this second season of Sarah 101. Now I’ve been broken in for network tv and can say I survived! A lot of work, dedication and passion go into making episodes like this and I hope that shines through.
To watch Paulo’s loft, click here.
To watch the Safari Baby Nursery, click here.