Showing posts with label coastal grandmillennial. Show all posts
Showing posts with label coastal grandmillennial. Show all posts

Samsung The Frame TV Glow Up

Sunday, August 29, 2021

 Happy Sunday! I hope that you had an amazing weekend.  As a Raleigh interior designer, I recommend Samsung's The Frame Art TV to all of my clients.


I finally got around to ordering the black customizable bezel (aka a magnet frame that clips onto your Frame TV). It came in on Saturday night so this morning I started to coat it in Rub N Buff.

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Friday, July 23, 2021

 Source: Cailini Coastal



2021 Home Goals

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

We accomplished a lot in our home in 2020! It's amazing how much you can get done when you are staying safe at home. I couldn't let January pass by without reflecting on last year.

Screen Porch


  • Added pony walls and a shiplap faux fireplace with TV to the screen porch
  • Painted the entire porch
  • Poured a concrete patio for the grill and fire pit
  • Added new shrubs and landscape rock to the back yard

Master Bedroom



  • Completed our Coastal Grandmillennial Master Bedroom makeover complete with wallpaper and board and batten. This was a big DIY project that we completed in six weeks as part of the One Room Challenge. 

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Kitchen



  • Replaced all the hardware on the kitchen cabinets

Foyer



  • Installed closets in the front foyer. Can you believe that this house didn't have a coat closet? I'm sure you are thinking, "Well, you have a mudroom." Our mudroom is tiny! This is just a sneak peek of the foyer as it is still a work in progress. The dog den doors still need to be built and a new light will be installed.

Bonus Room

  • Added a wall and pocket door to the loft to turn it into a bonus room. The main point of this was to help reduce the noise. Boys are LOUD when they play video games. This room still needs window treatments and more zhuzhing, but the boys love this space and there is oftentimes 6-8 boys hanging out in here.


Our Home Goals for 2021

  • Convert the dining room into a home office.
  • Convert the office into a guest bedroom.
  • Replace the light fixture in the foyer and finish the dog den built-in. 
  • Add board and batten in the foyer and possibly wallpaper.
  • Design and install a hood for the kitchen.
  • Add board and batten plus wallpaper in the downstairs bathroom, new vanity, light fixture, and hardware. 

Personal Happenings in 2020 - Robin Warzywak Interior Designs


This one is at the top of my list. I re-opened my services for interior decorating in Wake Forest, North Carolina. If you are looking for an interior design refresh in Wake Forest, Raleigh, or anywhere in the Triangle, please reach out to me. I also offer e-Design services for those of you that are not local. 




Another major happening of 2020, that was not so positive, was saying goodbye to our dearest Tucker. He lived to be 15 and a half years old and had a great life. We still miss him dearly. 

Thank you for following along on my journey!  I'd love to help you put the finishing touches on your home. 

What space in your home irks you the most?

Hamptons Designer Showhouse Look for Less

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Happy New Year!  Wow! It's been a while since my last post. I have been spending more time on new client designs so that has taken away from my blogging time. I am currently working on a boy's nursery and a living room refresh.  

Design Services

Our Coastal Grandmillenial Hamptons Decorating Group on Facebook just keeps getting bigger and bigger. We would love for you to join us! 

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 Ryan Garvin Photography, Inc  | Designer Credit: Barclay Butera Interiors

When I started the Facebook group, I was looking for pictures that embodied this Hamptons high-end style. This family room of the 2018 Traditional Home by Barclay Butera Interiors stopped me in my tracks. It's gorgeous!  

I thought it would be fun to break down the room to recreate this luxe Hamptons look for less. 






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Coastal Master Bedroom Update - Week 5

Sunday, November 8, 2020

I have a confession, I had been delaying this post because something in the room just seemed "off."  I think I finally figured out what it was. 




Coastal Master Bedroom Update - Week 4

Thursday, October 29, 2020

I feel like this room makeover has taken for-ev-er!  Maybe that's because we are completing it in real-time and not seeing a whole room finished in one hour like it does on HGTV. Our semi-custom curtains arrived and we are thrilled with the quality.


One Year Housiversary - Porches and Exterior

Monday, October 19, 2020

 Happy Monday!  I'm back with more of our one year housiversary updates.  Geesh! We have really accomplished a lot in one year.  Maybe that means that next year we will just sit back, relax and enjoy our house. Yeah right! Who am I kidding?  Let's get back to the updates. Come on in!



We intended to paint the house navy or dark gray after we bought it, but that plan has been put on hold.  We decided some smaller updates could make a big enough difference that we would be happy with the curb appeal. We had our awesome contractor Erik add molding over the garage door to help fill the gap between the windows, painted the front door SW Naval, added our furniture, and hanging ferns.

One Year Housiversary - Living Room, Kitchen and Breakfast Room

Sunday, October 18, 2020

Good morning friends!  Happy Sunday! Today marks one year that we have been in our Woodland Grove house. I thought it would be fun to share all of the updates that we have made.  Plus this blog is also like a scrapbook of our lives and it's an easy spot to reference when we are trying to remember what color a room is painted, etc.

Grasscloth wallpaper | Striped Curtains (ours are DIY) | Striped Curtains from Ballard Designs | Lamps | Chandelier | The Frame by Samsung (art over the TV) | Rug | Similar Fireplace Screen | Cabinet Pulls 


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Coastal Master Bedroom - Week 3 Update

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

This is going to be a really brief post. I am behind on my updates because Lucas turned 10 last week! We celebrated his birthday with his neighborhood buddies having a sleepover (it actually became a sleep under) then on Tuesday with a soccer game followed by lobster pasta and Nothing Bundt Cakes with Grandma. Wednesday morning at 6am Lucas had 9 teeth pulled!  He was such a champ! Then Nana and Papa came to celebrate with the birthday boy Thursday evening.  He said it was the best birthday ever, even with getting teeth pulled. He's the sweetest kid.

I spent most of the weekend sewing these custom pillows. I think it took me 4 hours to make this bolster pillow. 

Coastal Master Bedroom - Week 2 Update

Sunday, October 4, 2020

We are on Week Four now of the Coastal Master Bedroom update. We are so close to being done that I can already see it.


Week Two we installed and painted the board and batten.  We used Young House Love's method if you want to follow their steps. 

Our Bedroom Makeover is Underway

Thursday, September 10, 2020

Our Master Bedroom Makeover is officially underway! This is the wallpaper choice that we decided on and one of the original design boards.


My handsome hubby stumbled across one of these dressers at our local HomeGoods. But there was only one.