Shutterfly by Design 2014

This was the second installment of SFLY by design that I did in NYC. This was the year that Martha Stewart and crew came and she blessed my new baby girl Emerson. This was the year I built picnic tables out of wood wall art, made coaster tile backsplash, made marquee letters out of mounted wall art and drilled holes through metal prints printed with Beth Retro's beautiful images to make the metal twinkle a little more. It was a very good thing.

 This was the front entrance, the idea was to showcase all of the products that have a "blank space" that you can fill with images of memories or pictures you love. 

This was the front entrance, the idea was to showcase all of the products that have a "blank space" that you can fill with images of memories or pictures you love. 

This table you see here is made out of Shutterfly's wood wall art that I pieced together in three sections to make a table, then I added hairpin legs to finish it off. 

This is the full scope of the room, that back wall piece is supposed to mimic an outdoor movie, it is actually a wall decal we had printed with the movie reality bites on it. You can see hanging fairy lights above with glass prints of vintage lanterns that I drilled holes through so it would seem like the real deal. Even the chiminea on the left is a wall decal.

This video takes you on a tour of the event and the three different designers that were showcased. Michelle Workman was just as amazing as could be. She worked two days straight with all the rest of us to make her room special, she drew that blue statement wall piece that flanked both sides of her room, embellished Shutterfly pillows, had glam photography that she staged herself and overall a dynamite design.  Olivia Palermo and Brit Moran were also two of the designers who had showrooms. 

The runner, the mugs, photo cubes turned plant holders, two tiered glass plate with holder, melamine plates that we scanned in vintage china on to were all made using Shutterfly products.

This is a DIY treatment I did on a wall hanging that went in the boho room. I drilled holes through the Shutterfly wall mounted wall art and then poked led battery operated lights through the holes to create a real looking marquee type lettering.

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A backsplash made completely out of coasters? That's right!! All out of Shutterfly's coasters

These bokeh images are taken by Beth Retro, they are simply divine and looked fab in the holiday kitchen that was set up. They were printed on Shutterfly's metal wall art, then I drilled holes through them placed little lights inside and made them sparkle a little more. 

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This was the bath area, I helped create the hanging chandelier which was Shutterfly curved glass prints that I drilled holes through then hung. This was not a fun piece to hang for the production team as it weighed like 50lbs and made the wall move. ;) sorry guys.