It's been awhile since I've shared progress on some recent project - so today's the day! Aren't you lucky!
This moodboard is the inspiration for a front sitting room in a historic home here in Charlotte. Working with the homeowners existing navy sofa, gray wing chairs and love for antique industrial style we've reworked the layout to maximize seating while making the most out of a somewhat awkward (yet very charming) space. Almost all the main pieces are in place now, just awaiting finishing touches. Loving how this space is coming together to create a functional, cozy entrance to their home.
This moodboard is the inspiration for a family room space in the same historic home. With both pets and children in mind, we've chosen durable items that can stand a bit of use like warm weathered leather, slipcovered furniture and highly patterned rugs. Personally, I love combining antique or vintage textiles with more modern elements to create a layered room. This space is in the very beginning stages, now I can't wait to see how it all comes together.
This moodboard is the inspiration for a beautiful formal dining room filled with family heirloom furniture for a repeat client. In an effort to lighten, brighten, and modernize the existing dining set we've gone with a neutral yet statement making rug and modern art. I love the juxtaposition of the traditional and modern elements. This space is, also, nearing completion - I'm hoping I'll be able to share the final images with you soon.
The final project we're sharing today is another front sitting room from the same house as above. This particular space is used as a music room/secondary TV watching/library and all around family space. The client loves and takes inspiration from sea-inspired colors, instead of reinventing the wheel we've re-imagined some similar concepts from their family room (which we completed last year). The original plan included similar toned upholster furniture in velvet and linen to offset their existing leather chair. This space is still very much a work in progress, I'm excited to see it evolve.
I hope you've enjoyed this little peak behind the scenes of our design process.
More to come...