I love the texture that grasscloth provides, however, it can be a bit pricey. Small spaces provide the perfect opportunity to indulge, particularly in an entryway as it sets the tone for the rest of your home. A beautifully patterned rug, stunning lantern and a few carefully chosen accessories are all this itty bitty space needs to create the perfect first impression.
This is a design board I created for a recent client. The jumping off point was the gorgeous drapery fabric. Beach glass blue, soft greys and chrome accents make for an inviting yet sophisticated space. The tufted sofa and architectural photography help create the modern classic look they were after.
Light, bright, functional and practical was what my client wanted for their basement family room. Equally important was a dedicated space for their little girls to do crafts. I included a neutral base with a few bright colours to make the occupants forget they were subterranean. For the craft area I included, easy to access storage to keep the craft supplies in order, a flexible desk lamp and some whimsical wall decals.
My client was looking for a casual, comfy and neutral living room where the family could spend some quality time. The beach scene pays homage to their yearly vacations down south and the upholstered stools offer an easy perch for guitar practise.
Here is a living room I designed for a client with 3 small children and a dog. An indoor/outdoor rug, kid friendly furniture and all washable fabrics make this a space that will go the distance with this busy family.
I created this space for a recent client. They are renovating a gorgeous old Victorian home and needed some help with the decorating vision for some of the rooms. By keeping the expensive upholstered pieces neutral they will easily be able to change the reds, pinks and blues if they tire of them in the future. Let’s see if this is what they were looking for.