here is a look at the original design board for the formal living room:
and a quick look at the rooms before we started:
the new upholstered cushion on the window seat adds seating and softness and is now a focal point in the room. we used the village workroom for the silk draperies.
the existing table and chandelier were kept, but everything else is fresh and new!
i really love how the silk drapes look with the simple white table, bone sunburst mirror and metal chairs.
isn't the transformation incredible?
my client did a tremendous job of using the design plan that i created for her as a guide to making both spaces look and feel polished and elegant.
here is what she had to say:
"Thanks again for your expertise and your design plans that set this all in motion and has ended up with a finished product we love! Had it not been for your pulling my ideas together in a cohesive vision I would probably have just worked around "ivy curtain toppers" and mauvy/taupe paint - never knowing what truly can be and being as happy as we are now in the space. Thanks for sharing your talent with me."
interested in working together to create a more beautiful and functional space in your home?
my schedule for the next few weeks is already filling, but i will be taking new clients after may 27th. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot for your consultation!