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What we learned about paint – and why we will never use Home Depot again

I have a confession to make. I’m that person that buys really nice Christmas and birthday gifts for other people, and then buys myself something off the clearance rack. Likewise, I choose the best for my clients, and when it comes to my own house, I take shortcuts. It’s a common phenomenon apparently. My fatherContinue reading “What we learned about paint – and why we will never use Home Depot again”

Office Slash Art Studio

Welcome to our #ANSAofficeslashartstudio project! This is part of our “daddy/daughter duo”. This dad works in a corporate office but also is an artist. This room housed a desk with monitors and also a drafting desk with art supplies, but was pretty threadbare. The desk was being used only once day a week before quarantine,Continue reading “Office Slash Art Studio”

Bookworm Birdie Bedroom

Welcome to our #ANSAbookwormbirdiebedroom project! This is part of our “daddy/daughter duo” project where our clients asked for his office space at home to also be re-done. You can find that in our ANSAathome section. For their daughter, they needed a serious upgrade of style, and also a proper place for her to attend virtualContinue reading “Bookworm Birdie Bedroom”

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Hi, we are Angela + Sahar, or ANSA. We are Millennial moms obsessed with minimalism and room makeovers! We have worked together for years on many design spaces and have now turned our passion into a business. This blog will catalog some really amazing finds for children’s spaces, inspirations, advice, design tips, #designermom answers and so much more! Come be a part of our little community while your babies grow into big kids and teens!

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