I love Nursery Rhymes. Who doesn't love the life lessons we learned from them? We learned a shoe is not a suitable place for a home, especially if you have tons of kids. Jack taught us he apparently had nothing else better to do than jump over a candle all day, or he was just a master procrastinator. And everyone knows Little Miss Muffet needed therapy to deal with her arachnophobia. Because to the new project we 're doing at the House of Brockman, I felt inspired to write the first House of Brockman Nursery Rhyme which goes to the tune of "Pop! Goes the Weasle."
All around the row house,
The mother chased the children.
The children stopped to look around,
Pop! Goes the colors!
This Nursery Rhyme was inspired by a family living in an old 1900's row house. In the youthful home, they wanted to have pops of color - and pops is what we will give them! As you can see from the design board, we are using pops of canary yellow, as well as neutral gray and white. We mixed styles to give it a youthful feel in this fun home.
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