Hello and happy Tuesday! This post has been a long time in the making. Every now and then I do a post on edesign and/or design in general
as a lot of people have questions about how edesign works and are both curious and intrigued by how this operates. I have done extensive
posts on edesign here, here and here. Nearly many if not all your questions can be answered in going through these past posts, as they
cover just about everything related to his increasingly popular design alternative.
Today is a recap on some very exciting and some “still on going” projects that I am particularly thrilled with. A little background on
each project so you know what the objectives were. This is a long post with a lot to read and see…so grab an extra cup of coffee:)
UTAH. This client is a repeat client and a dream to work with, it helps that she has great taste and loves blue and white! They bought a
very impressive home/horse farm that they knew they were going to give an overhaul to almost right away and recognized it was in sore
need of some TLC.
They did do some construction right off the bat but a lot of the project involved redecorating. After we worked on the kitchen, breakfast
area, foyer and upstairs master/study, the master bath was next on the list! The master bath before I think we can all agree, was pretty
She wanted a light and airy, spa like luxurious master bath and boy, is that what she got! So first a look at the “before” and then get
ready for the after
TEXAS. Another dream client, whom I have worked with before. An absolute delight! This person wanted to reinvent furniture she already
owned (that her kids deemed out of date and old fashioned) and give this living room new life, with a few updated accessories to bring it
up to date.
So we chose a gorgeous soft cream velvet for the sofa, redid the two pairs of chairs in a fabulous toile and a beautiful pale blue/cream
leopard on the smaller chairs. Replaced the coffee table, had new drapes made, added lamps, brackets and some blue and white…..final
touch was the rug and it was a beautiful transformation indeed. Just love this space.
The old floral heavy chairs were reupholstered in a beautiful soft toile linen and the heavy blue drapes replaced with ivory panels with
a classic Greek Key trim, really lightened things up!
NEW YORK. This is an “in progress” project and a very exciting one. We have a ways to go. Love that my client and and I are completely
on the same page, she is such a pleasure to deal with. So she had made a mistake and bought an expensive secitonal that let’s say did
not come out quite as she had hoped. Since it was basically brand new, she could not justify getting rid of it. So she had it split into
two sofas and we began our work!
Fabric redo to the rescue. We chose a gorgeous light tan tweedy fabric and redid the sofas. What an astounding difference!
We changed the floorplan to create two separate sitting areas, one facing the TV and the other the fireplace. Chairs have been ordered
along with cocktail tables. We are working on pillows now and added a beautiful side table/console for between the back to back sofas,
and added a pair of my signature blue and white jars. Looking so much better already!!