Collected home with mix of family treasures
Our clients contacted us to furnish their living room and to finish decorating other spaces in their home by integrating family heirlooms and their custom art collection. The mix of soft colors, neutral palette, and bold art pieces created spaces that are meaningful, personal, and breathtaking. In the entry space, we custom designed a beaded light fixture with sea glass and soap stone to create a statement piece and add some texture as you entered the home. It is mixed beautifully with their antique radio and artwork by family members as well as a local artist. The living room was focused around a neutral palette with soft pops of color. The size and shape of the room was challenging for space planning with two main components being the baby grand piano and our clients fathers’ old saddle. Our goal was to create more of a conversation room for entertaining with individual accent chairs to keep an open flow. In the hearth room, we added to their existing furniture by introducing new pops of color in pillows, area rug, and a visually lightweight coffee table. In the kitchen we switched out their basic kitchen pendants for mercury glass as well as canvas covered barstools. In the master bedroom, our design focus and inspiration was from their family heirloom, Chinese table lamps. We pulled colors directly from the lamps and introduced them throughout the space. We worked with their existing upholstered bed and bedding and introduced new pillows with soft patterns and colors that mimicked the lamps. Stay tuned for more rooms to come in this gorgeous home as we continue to work with them in 2017.
Project Year: 2015
Project Cost: $25,001 – $50,000