Wanting an update for their living room and dining room, these clients didn’t know where to start. They wanted a big change but didn’t want to spend a large amount of money. Their furniture still worked for them and they wanted to work with a lot of what they had. They decided they needed some help on their project.
Using their existing furnishings as a starting point and incorporating their love for rich harvest hues, fabric selection was important. Finding a bold pattern to add color and interest would do a lot for the space. Pillows were added to the sofas and an additional chair was included for more seating and also to add a pop of this bold pattern. Stationary drapery panels were added in both the living room and dining room to soften up and frame the existing shutters.
Color wasn’t the only important thing to add in this space, texture also added an interesting element to the design. Incorporating new artwork and accessory pieces in addition to what the clients had made a big impact. Greeneries added some much needed softness to all of the wood furniture pieces and a new centerpiece in the dining room was a beautiful focal point. A rich textured shag rug was added in the living room for softness and anchored the placement of the furniture with its rich bold color. Accessory placement also did a lot for the room. By removing extra pieces and dressing up certain areas with the accessories made the room feel complete and not cluttered.
When the design was complete the client was so happy with the final results. They had a place that was great for entertaining and felt warm and welcoming as the first room you see from the front door. Walking into their home every day they felt comfortable and finally felt like it wasn’t just their house, it was their home.