Our dream catchers are finally finished! Please take a look back at our past posts here and here to see the making of these golden beauties. Also, don’t forget to follow us on Pinterest for more design inspiration!
The golden dream catchers are coming together at the Cush Cush Design studio! If you didn’t have a chance to check out the first post with all the supplies, you can read it here. We can’t wait to see how they turn out! Stay tuned for more.
The Cush Cush Design team is starting the New Year with a golden DIY. Inspired by her love for gold, crystals, and feathers—Stephanie is creating a dream catcher for her home. Check out the stunning supplies above. We can’t wait to show you the finished product!
This project takes us to Driftwood, Texas. To a place that is sure to be a little gem for visitors in the future. We’re loving the development so far, especially the Fireclay Tile designed by Kelly LaPlante in the bathroom above. Stay tuned for more updates!
We love our friends over at Cultivate PR! For their office bathroom, Stephanie selected a silver bird wallpaper that has pops of red against a serene white and cream print.
A few months ago, the Monocle came over to the Cush Cush Design studio to talk with Stephanie about her business and all things East Austin. Take a peek at the article above or subscribe to the monocle here!
The natural light flooding inside Perla’s Seafood and Oyster Bar has never looked better. These custom drapes were designed to soften the restaurant windows and allow daylight in, keeping the restaurant feeling nice and bright for patrons. Suddenly we’re in the mood for seafood!
Here’s a little peek into a client’s project that required some very tall ladders! More to come soon!
There’s something charming about a retro airstream—so we were thrilled to learn that Stephanie was working with Jane Schweppe to transform Jane’s beautiful airstream. Below are the before photos!
Because Jane is not afraid of color or pattern, they were able to take the airstream to another level with graphic blue prints and pops of orange. See the after photos below!
There are many reasons to love our chevron ribbon pillow. But what we love most about this pillow is the rare ribbon textile.
Many years ago, a prominent Texas fashion designer spent her free time at her loom, weavings rows and rows of colorful ribbons into classic patterns. These hand-loomed ribbon fabrics were used for her custom couture clothing line for Saks Fifth Avenue.
Bolts of this remarkable fabric were uncovered by Stephanie and transformed into beautiful pillows. Lucky us, because now we can take a piece of fashion history home!
Buy your chevron ribbon pillow here.