I was saving this project for a special day, and it turns out that this ordinary Wednesday, is that day. I actually finished this project almost a year ago, but it remains one of my favorites to date.
PROJECT NEEDS: My clients are one of those beautiful couples with even prettier children who needed a home that matched their great taste and good genes. They had a good budget, but didn’t want to tear down any walls but rather work with the space that they had. In the kitchen they simply wanted a face-lift, not new cabinets and appliances, etc. So we were going to do a cosmetic overhaul on this family room, dining room and kitchen area. Today I’m going to focus on their family room.
- Crown Moulding
- Casing the Windows
- family friendly sophisticated seating
- art on walls (they had great art they had accumulated over the years)
- new fireplace tile to match the new furnishings
- The English Roll Arm sofa is made of a beautiful extra-durable fabric that cleans beautifully but looks high-end and comes in the best colors. (sofa available through White + Gold)
- The Chaise/Bench sofa was a custom design to allow the light from the front window to come through without a back of a sofa blocking it. It is also extremely comfortable to lay on while watching TV or reading, which is what they wanted for the kids.
- The blue Madeline Weinrib rug added the color we wanted for the room. My client was in New York and spotted this rug I had shown her, in person, and fell in love. It’s the hero of the room for sure.
- The slipper chair is upholstered in a bright graphic pattern that they wanted to be the hint of glam and trend in our traditional room. It’s also as comfortable as it is pretty. (slipper chair available through White + Gold)
- The marble coffee table is from Wisteria and it’s a total love for me. A great piece for any room.
- The mirrored sconces added style to the fireplace mantle and made the TV not feel too techy and more artsy. (sconces available through White + Gold)
- The fireplace tile is my so great! I love how it’s reminiscent of a honeycomb since Utah is the “beehive state” and the marble surround and threshold is so pretty.
- The velvet blue piano bench was a lucky find and fit perfectly! A great way to glam up your piano.