Entries in Presentation Boards (2)


Updated Portfolio Page!

I have been seriously lacking when it comes to updating my Portfolio page.  I remedied that over the weekend, so check out all of the new updates here!

Some new projects include a dated to modern Master Bath (one of my absolute favorite transformations!) and a bright, bold open concept Living/Dining Room.  I'll share more about these projects in upcoming posts!


New Project - Interior Design Presentation Boards Revealed!

We are currently installing the design based on the presentation boards seen below.  My client moved from a condo into a single family home with multiple living spaces, a gorgeous kitchen & storage galore (I have such storage envy, it's ridiculous).  They had one sofa & one love seat that went into the kids play area in the basement and I had the lucky privilege to help them design the rest of the living spaces.  It has been such a fun project - they are great clients and we have had a blast.

We went with a light and airy theme overall & the sun room represents this very well.  I offered up two rug suggestions - one casual and one a bit more formal.  Since the kids are keeping toys stored in seagrass baskets in the cube storage, we decided to go with the pebble rug.  I love it!

They have another living room which is right off the entry foyer.  It is an open room that also connects the sunroom and kitchen, so we didn't want to bog it down with too many heavy furniture pieces.  It will likely be used when guests are over for cocktails & chatting, so I chose a couple of pieces that will function for this type of setting.  Leggy pieces that don't have upholstery that goes all the way to the ground work well for this.  Also, portable furniture that can easily be moved around is key.



After checking out the tiled mirror in store (West Elm), I really didn't like the dark wood trim that was made to look antique.  I swapped it out with a similar tiled mirror from Ballard Design.  A deep red-orange comes into play in the adding room, so we included a few accents of the color to tie everything together.  Since a lot of the room is off center, I didn't want a square or rectangle rug.  A couple of inexpensive faux sheepskin rugs that can be moved easily moved around keeps the space fluid.

From here we move into the TV/Den - where a lot of the hanging out will be done :)  We followed this design board exactly & the room looks great.  The rug will be here in a couple of days and I cannot wait.  I LOVE, LOVE this rug.

To complete this open area, we needed to update the dining room seating and add a few barstools.  Their kids will do a lot of eating, homework and playing on the island, so we wanted comfortable & easy to clean stools.  You really cannot go wrong with a classic parsons silhouette.

 I found these great green chairs & we decided they would be best for the dining room chairs (vs. fabric skirted slipcovers).  So, we'll add them and switch out the white/blue curtain panels for something that also has a green accent (from etsy seller appetite home).


Hopefully this helps you see what it is like to work with an interior designer!  We meet and go over all of your needs and then I'll come up with a design.  Then we'll sit down and go over everything and see what works and what doesn't. Changes are made along the way so that you end up with the best functional space for you - and one that looks great, too!

Before and after pictures to come once all of the custom furniture pieces are delivered!