I've been working on a few design projects that I haven't shared yet.
First up, this beautiful home the owners moved into a few months ago and needed help
pulling things together. They have a great sense of style, love color, and have some amazing
pieces to work with...think Sputnik! We'll be doing my favorite combination of high and low
pieces, diys, and thrifted finds to create a unique space and keep it budget friendly!
Here are a few inspiration photos I've pinned for them and a couple 'befores.'
BEFORE - LIVING ROOM
Their home is on a golf course and the wall to the left is floor to ceiling windows.
Those drapes have come down and we've decided on no window coverings to take advantage
of the beautiful view and achieve a more modern look, a coat of white paint is being
used in all of these spaces and applied today. I can't wait to see how bright and fresh it looks!
BEFORE - DINING ROOM
The same white paint will be used in here, we're still deciding on what will go in that huge
niche. It's 12" depth has dictated some sort of shelving, possibly a library.
They have ghost chairs that we'll use at the table along with upholstered head chairs to
bring in some bold color and pattern.
We'll be replacing the existing chandelier with this old Sputnik chandelier they had!
Yes, I about died when I saw it! Can you even imagine how gorgeous it will be?
We'll bring in more color in this entry with a painted console or dresser.
I found a pair of mid-century lamps with black and white striped shades we'll use.
This staircase with black wrought iron spindles isn't escaping the white paint!
A similar look is in the works, with a unique detail I can't wait to share!
Yesterday I quickly chose a few fabrics and rugs for a starting point,
still tweaking as we make other decisions, but this is the direction for color...
the coral sample at the bottom is the rug
same fabric combination, but with a blue rug.
Do you have a favorite?
They have an end of August deadline, so the final reveal is only a few weeks away,
we're also working on the family room and kitchen, I'll be sharing those plans soon.
I love using Pinterest for my clients, if you'd like to follow along with our
ideas you can right here at Client K.