Monday, March 26, 2012

Past Projects

We've got a lot of small projects underway at the moment, but no photos yet. Sorry.

I promise that by next week we will have at least one great before-and-after inspiration project that almost ANYONE can do. I can't wait to show it off. I have high hopes for this one.

Until then, we thought the new blog might be a great opportunity to show off some photos from past projects. Enjoy -- while we go finish up those current projects.

Project 1 -- Dining Room Spruce-Up

Fresh potted orchids in antique planter, new accessories, powerful artwork,
coordinating place settings and lots of ambient light make this dining room a hit!

Project 2 -- Big Space Made Cozy

A cozy conversation area is created by adding new club chairs in this oversized family room.

Project 3 -- A Great Remodel

This project was the renovation and addition of space to a small, choppy floor plan. We started by transforming the existing great room into a new dining room space suitable for the large family that often gathers here.

We were fortunate that the owner had great furnishings
along with an amazing collection of antique pottery, art, and chinoiserie.

A dining room fireplace is a feature not typically found in new construction.
We believe the unusual amenity adds character reminiscent of traditional southern homes.

The tiny old dining room presented quite a space planning obstacle for the owners.
"What do you do in here?" was a question we frequently pondered.
Now the space is a high-functioning multipurpose room.
It does double-duty as a writing/work area on most days,
but quickly transforms into a gorgeous buffet table and extra seating for parties. 

An addition of space was made to the existing floor plan at the rear of the home.
A 24'x20' Great Room was added to give the homeowners a more livable, open, and inviting area to live and entertain. 
Neutral wall colors and plantation shutters add to the light and airy feel of the space.

The new space features a cohesive, but eclectic mix of furniture and accessories,
ambient lighting, tray ceilings, recessed lighting, surround sound,
and artwork created by the owner.

Project 4: Kids' Kingdom

The transition from little kid to young adult can present lots of decorating challenges.
This room is a great example for addressing that dilemma.
Who knew army green fatigues and dress khakis could provide such
incredible inspiration for home interiors?

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