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Library project before:
The theme for the room has a garden influence, a tranquil spot that invites the outside in. The carpet was selected for it's multiple colors with the focus on nature. The paint color is Jonquil, by Benjamin Moore. This creates a glow to the room whether day or night! The chairs are covered in a soft blue fabric evoking a restful scheme, creating a cozy cocoon.Notice the desk chair, a rich brown pattern mimics the area rug and pulls in the texture of the draperies and the existing leather chair. Pillows with a distinct garden pattern along with the botanical lamps add a punch of color and a bit of whimsy. The finishing touch is the petite crystal chandelier that casts a warm rich glow over the entire room and invites you to sit and stay a while.
Torch light room: Color intervention; from the "beige safety net" to fabulous! The inspiration for this woodstove living room was the Tuscan painting hanging on the wall. The warm glow of the yellow in the picture led me to choose Torchlight, by Sherwin Williams. The walls were painted, crown molding was added and even the ceiling got a Torchlight tinting. The glasstop tables and existing wall sconces were refinished with a bronze/pewter tone spray paint to bring the former brass into a richer tone for the room. Tuscan glass marbelized shades were added to complete the look...what a difference! Embellishing the room with a rich palette of color and texture in the pillows, artwork and lamps added instant ambiance...notice the fabulous yellow glass fringed shade.
The spa room: What better way to rejuvenate than to begin or end a day in a spa? In order to complete this project, 42 trees were taken down by the owner. The spa house was built and screened for protection against the elements. A sundeck was built off the back of the spa and zero gravity lounge chairs were added. The interior of the spa was kept neutral so that nature becomes the focal point. The furniture was chosen in a brown rattan to reflect the trees, the cushion pattern and area rugs are in shades of taupe and black lending itself to a relaxed retreat. The only color in the room is in the glass hanging candles and  the pots of flowers outside the room. The spa itself is a state of the art hydrotherapy tub complete with a lit waterfall, pop up speakers for the CD player and a floating remote control. Imagine ending your day in this hideaway and relaxing in the comfy chairs with a cocktail in hand and good vibes for a restful nights's sleep.
This project took a living room from the 80's into 2010. Though the room was lovely before, the client experienced a change in lifestyle and wanted a new look. Drama was created in the room to reflect a clubby, yet spa like, comfortable retreat. This is a room where friends gather to listen to music, and indulge in fine food and wine. Rich, leather furniture grounds the room and offers a place to sit and put your feet up and sink into the vibe of the room. Grasscloth covers the wall separating the dining area; the bench and animal print lamps add a playful element to the space. Patterns and textures are mixed with the silky window treatments embellished with glass beads. The twist of beads picks up the reflection of light in the room. The wallpaper border was burnished with a stain to give it an old world updated look. Add fur to the mix, in the pillows and throws; a guaranteed comfort factor. Remember you can never have too many lamps! There are 6 lamps in this room all complimenting each other with indivudual purposes. Lighting can make a room and create a party atmoshphere or restful spa retreat!.
This is a kitchen project for DIY homeowners. They were caught in confusion on color, countertops, flooring and lighting. After a consultation we determined what elements would work best in this aged kitchen. Budget was a factor, so we worked within the allowance to come up with a plan that gave a rich updated look to the space. Bye-bye yellow kitchen! Colors in nature were used to soften and expand the space. Drama was added to the dining area with colorful metal wall art and window treatment. The kitchen is now once again the hub for the kids homework and family dinners.
Kitchen Before

Kitchen After

This project began as a consultation to choose tile, countertops, paint colors in the kitchen renovation. After that task was completed the homeowners wanted to completely redesign their Great Room. It started with removing all existing furnishings, choosing the new carpet and a shopping trip for new furniture and accessories. The couple decided to also invest in window treatments for 11 windows. This project took months to complete with the end result being a cohesive living space that gave the homeowners a swanky new place to entertain family and friends. It also achieved their desire for comfort and relaxation for the two of them. A fire lit, a glass of wine and cozy seating to curl up and read a book!  (to be done...replace blinds with bamboo shade)
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