Mar 24, 2014

design plan: pool table loft

this is the plan that i worked on for a repeat e-design client. (in fact, this is the 6th space we have worked on together!)
this small upstairs loft was getting repurposed as a pool table room/hangout spot, and my client needed a plan to make it feel sophisticated and masculine and fun! 

the only thing the homeowner wanted to stay were the custom roman shades in an olive green and ivory fabric. we needed those roman shades to feel like they were plant of the "master plan", and so a few olive pillows placed on some new benches were just the ticket. i proposed that we take the walls a deep charcoal, add some architectural drama with an "x" detail on the ceiling, and pull in some camel, black and ivory! 

i will be sharing some before and after pictures of this space soon! if you follow me on instagram, you already saw a peek at the preliminary "after" pictures! there is just one small project left to wrap up and then this room is done!

interested in working together to create a more beautiful and functional space? i would love to work with you! *i am taking limited clients for may, june, july and august, so email me soon to reserve a spot!
email me at: and lets get going! 


  1. Oh this will be fabulous. Love the colors you've chose. Hugs, Marty P.S. Be sure to link up to Inspire Me this afternoon.

  2. love the x detail on the ceiling...looks easy to fabricate, but a huge impact!

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