Style your favorite nook to fit just right.

Stacey Lanning, designer, architect + detail-ethusiast

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10 Videos (34m)
    • Project intro

    • Project overview

    • Project ideas + Things to keep in mind

    • Select a space

    • Collect inspiration

    • Edit Your palette

    • Compose the big picture

    • Through a time lapse lens

    • Complete the 24 hour test

    • Photograph your "new" space


About This Class

What better way to start the new year than with a “new” space.

Learn to re-envision and style a nook in your home, office or favorite space so it fits your
personal style and budget.

Whether you’re creating an organizational solution for your car keys, designing a more aethestic coffee table landscape or outfitting your bar cart with chic labels and fresh ingredients - you can transform even the tiniest spaces into something more beautiful and representative of you. 


13 of 14 students recommendSee All

Loved the class. Had some great ideas to help you through the step by step process. I have a reading nook and a neat little curio cabinet that I am going to be focusing on fixing up now!
Jodie Krall

Jodie Jean Sewing Machine

I enjoyed the information and thought the project was just the right size and length of time. I would have enjoyed more photos, visuals toward the beginning when she is talking about techniques, but overall found the class interesting and useful.
Very comprehensive display of how to create a functional and aesthetically pleasing area. I love the examples of how the creative process adapts and can change the space completely and how they demonstrate its okay to not like a space after your first trial. The 24 hour period is also a great idea to really decide if the space works for you. Awesome!





Stacey Lanning

designer, architect + detail-ethusiast

Hi! My name is Stacey Lanning, and I’m a designer, architect and detail enthusiast living in Raleigh, North Carolina. I've been studying design and spatial relationships for over 13 years. While in design school, I explored 2-dimensional compositions through digital photography and 3-dimensional forms through architecture and furniture design. I even built my own dining room table and accompanying bench. This background has taught me to create great design through a variety of mediums and in a range of sizes.
While working as an architect, I grew to love interior design and the art of styling. Since then, I’ve used that love to do editorial styling and furniture construction with Southern Weddings Magazine.
Currently I work full-time as graphic designer but I spend my free time styling every nook and cranny of our new home and finding new ways to push myself creatively.  I do this because I find that the most rewarding projects are ones in which I can use my design insight to transform a space that leaves a lasting impact on those who experience the space.