curlyred.com has been updated!

Happy Wednesday everyone!

We are pleased to announce that we have added two websites to our portfolio section:

Azul 17: a Mexican Cuisine & Tequila Lounge in Columbia, MD

R. K. Tongue: an expertise and service-driven,
nationally-capable, regionally-focused insurance agency
and brokerage based in Baltimore, Maryland.

Contact CurlyRed today about your web design needs!


The CurlyRed Anniversary Party is only one week away!

Just a reminder: please come join us at Cibo Bar and Grille next week, Monday, February 1st from 5:30-8:30 pm. The address is 100 Painters Mill Rd., Owings Mills, Maryland 21117.

This event is free and open to all clients, family and friends of CurlyRed.

The drink specials are:

2.50 domestic beers
2 for 1 import beers
$2.50 rail drinks
1/2 off glasses of wine
1/2 off bottle of wines
$5.00 appletini and cosmos!

And bonus:
1/2 off appetizers and .59 cent wings! See you next Monday!


Super Mario Bros. Nursery: Before & After

As many of you know, when we found out we were pregnant, we talked about converting the our guest room into a truly awesome nursery. Here was our blah guest bedroom before. We had just taken down the ugly wallpaper and all we had for the baby was a crib that Eric and Emily graciously passed on to us.

If the baby was to be a girl, we were going with a Madeline theme, if the baby was to be a boy, we were going with original Super Mario Bros.

Well, we never did find out the sex. Yes, we have a stubborn baby that refused to cooperate. So, we decided to go with the more gender-neutral of the two. And even though a Madeline nursery would have been beautiful, we are so happy with how the nursery came out, and Margot seems rather happy in there (she's always staring at the wall decals with wonder).

So where did we find the things to create this glorious nursery?

Well, as previously mentioned, the crib, glider and dresser were given to us by Eric and Emily. The changing table, crib sheet and bumper are from Babies R Us, the nightlight and mushroom light on the dresser are from Target, the totally rad wall decals are from ThinkGeek.com. The books, stuffed animals and piggy bank were lovingly selected and given to us by friends and family, and Mark designed and built the mobile himself!

If you have any other questions about our process, just ask!
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