Designed Spaces  III

Formal Living Room

Formal Living Room

The same client that had us do her master bedroom and guestroom on this page had us finish up her formal living room. She had the rug, settee, and wing-back chairs. We put in everything else, and we love it!!!

Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom

This client hired us to put in the finishing layers. We dressed up the bedding with additional pillows and coverlet, selected the lighting, chair and ottoman, window coverings and, of course, the statement artwork flanking the french doors.

Guest Bedroom

Guest Bedroom

This client hired us to finish up her guest room, as well. All of the window treatments, softgood layers on the bed, art, and accessories were additions to this cute room. I know where I want to stay!

Client G. Family Room

Client G. Family Room

This room was done for a newly divorced dad that wanted his marriage home in his to get a fresh start like he was.

Client G. Family Room 2

Client G. Family Room 2

View from the chair.

Client G. Foyer

Client G. Foyer

Nothing like a little metal and motor to say "A man live here!"

Client G. Formal Living Room

Client G. Formal Living Room

An edgy higher style entertaining space with a bar cabinet.

Client G. Formal Living Room 2

Client G. Formal Living Room 2

Second view of the space.

Green Guestroom 2

Green Guestroom 2

There is the dresser staged.

Boy's Room

Boy's Room

This is the finished bedroom for my two boys when we decided to put them together in one room.

Green Guestroom

Green Guestroom

This is my client's guest room that we did, and I painted the teal dresser for. I would like to stay here! On a side note, I made the burlap covered headboards, too!

Leah's Room

Leah's Room

This is my client's older daughter's room that we designed.

Leah's Room, too

Leah's Room, too

Another view

Kayla's Room

Kayla's Room

This is the same client's youngest daughter's room that we designed.

Kitchen Cabinets

Kitchen Cabinets

These are my old golden oak cabinets that I had a carpenter ad some millwork too, and I painted and glazed. I also created the brick backsplash with a stencil, joint compound, and some faux finishing skills. It has been four years now, and all of it has worn like iron. I still love it!

Kitchen Cabinets 2

Kitchen Cabinets 2

Alternate view

Kitchen Cabinets 3

Kitchen Cabinets 3

Another alternate view

Outdoor Oasis

Outdoor Oasis

It's important to take even the smallest outdoor living spaces and make them feel like part of your home. I took an old chandelier and wrapped it with outdoor Christmas lights since it wasn't wired for outside use. With that, the garden lights, a succulent garden and plenty of seating, we enjoy a wonderful, albeit, teeny outdoor space.