When we first begin any project, we have to start by getting to know the client - their likes, dislikes, and the style they envision for their home or office. When we first met with Becca, she explained her storage needs, cozy + bright vision for her new space, and her desire for some feminine touches as well. We worked through concept boards, 3D to scale renderings, and lots of communication to ensure that each piece we selected was the perfect fit before we began the ordering process. We had the ideal opportunity for a "grand reveal" when she headed to Europe - so we worked hard to style each shelf, place each new furniture piece in the exact location, and hang curtains + art to finish off the spaces. We are very proud and excited with how everything turned out, and would love to hear your thoughts!
We have been asked a lot if we would provide information on where specific items were sourced from, so we have included that below as well!
In the living room, there were empty niches flanking the fireplace, and with the need for storage, we decided the best solution for the space was to incorporate a couple of pretty sideboards with shelving for displaying accessories + photos above. Sconces added another option for lighting the space and also created a way to highlight the items displayed on the shelves. There was unused space behind the sofa, so we placed consoles and chairs to create additional seating for a Grey's Anatomy viewing party, or a workspace to pull out a laptop + get some work done in front of the tv.
Becca's dining room was inspired by a concept image mixing wood tones and acrylics, so we decided to pull in lots of different textures and layers. We sourced a walnut wood dining table with a brass inlay, acrylic dining chairs with a modern shape and cushions, then layered jute + cow hide rugs. A leather bench with sheepskin played off our varying textures and added a variety of seating. A gold light fixture tied in the table inlay and gold details in the chairs. Becca already had a sideboard and large map she wanted to incorporate into the space - they fit perfectly. Shelves were hung above the side board to create more storage for decorative plates + decor.
Becca's office was sponsored by Wayfair - we sourced all furniture items from their endless inventory with the exception of the chair and large mirror. We found a one of a kind vintage rug on their website that anchored the space and added a great pop of color. The large wardrobe created much needed storage space and also added a warm touch of wood. Gold accents were sprinkled throughout in the desk base, side table, mirror, and accent lamp.
Becca's master bedroom is designed to be light, bright, airy, and serene after long days of working. The four poster bed with linen drapery, lots of white bedding, and the coziest fur you have ever wrapped yourself in - a recipe to stay in bed all day every day. We created a statement wall using wallpaper stretching to the highest point of the ceiling. Again, lots of inviting neutrals and complimentary textures.