Take a moment to review my portfolio, which visually provides you with some examples of my work and illustrates a sense of my design aesthetic. I love connecting with my clients and feel honored to help transform their lives with my designs. These designs are unique and personal and incorporate my client's treasures with beautifully curated new pieces to bring the design together.
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The client envisioned her family heirloom hutch with needed new pieces; she wanted to add fresh, feminine touches with natural elements. The expansive room has floor-to-ceiling windows, bringing in lots of light. I added a cozy and charming feel to the room to balance the natural light and the beam ceilings. I chose floor-to-ceiling checked drapes, which also bring drama to her space. The luxurious blue velvet sofa helps balance the room and adds texture to the design. Two dressed-up and ruffled chairs add a feminine touch and extra seating. It was important for the client to have a sanctuary to relax, read and sit by the fire, and have a glass of wine with friends.
The client struggled with making the large room with wood ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows cozy and comfortable. The client wanted to add a statement piece and extra seating for guests. She wanted the space to feel like an escape from her busy life. She loves all things French style, which she mentioned on our first consultation call, and I knew it would be essential to design that look in her room. She was drawn to rich fabrics, textures, and natural elements, such as natural greenery and woven décor touches. I knew right away that velvet would be an essential element for this space and a fun fabric to add that French flair and charm she was looking for!
The room is spacious with floor-to-ceiling windows, pine beam ceilings, a large french door, and an opening to the kitchen. I wanted to ensure that this unique space took advantage of the natural light yet allowed for a cozy atmosphere. I am placing the sofa in front of the gas fireplace with room to pass, leaving a comfortable seating area that takes advantage of the semi-open concept and avoids blocking a busy french door entryway. Adding draperies at ceiling height allows the client to control the light if desired. This layout left space on the wall opposite the French doors to place a family hutch. Adding two occasional chairs balances the seating area.
The client wanted to take back her room and refresh this space that teens had overrun. The final design presented to the client brought together her desire for french style, a cozy place to relax, and a space to share with friends and family. I chose a blue tufted velvet sofa to add texture, details, and a focal point. I chose a light blue buffalo check floor-to-ceiling drapery to add drama and pattern to the room. Extra seating was essential, and I decided to go with skirted chairs to add another feminine touch to the space. I added pops of color, texture, and pattern to the pillows, art, and accessories. We had plenty of room in the floor plan to keep her treasured buffet, which blended perfectly and rounded out this beautiful french country retreat. The design exceeded the expectations of a pleased client!
This has been a joyful project to work on! I deeply understood where my client was coming from. As a single mom, her youngest child had just graduated from college, and she was now officially an empty nester, a bittersweet phase of life. I wanted to create a curated and vintage look for her space. This included adding feminine touches and mixing new items with her family heirlooms. I started the project with a mood board to help bring her design vision to life. I designed a floor plan with the products to scale to ensure all the items fit and a 3D final concept that visualizes the final room design.
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My ideas started with reviewing the client's style questionnaire and notes from our consult; she wanted to add bright, joyful touches with vintage elements. In addition to the armoire, I added a comfy, charming king-size bed and nightstands. For more drama and to give the room more height, I added floor-to-ceiling blue and white draperies. A beautiful blue wool rug balances the room and adds warmth to the space. The client mentioned a seating nook, so I chose a comfy chair with a footstool to read, relax, and have a spot of tea. Lots of fun textural and colorful details bring it to life!
The client's biggest challenge was figuring out how to include the oversized armoire. I saw a place for it center stage. I chose a lovely vintage wallpaper that would pair well with the antique piece and a luxurious and feminine king bed. I decided on a comfortable chair with a table in the corner, in a fabric to coordinate with the room. She wanted a quiet and peaceful sanctuary to rest and restore. She loves vintage style, and I knew it would be essential to design that look in her room. She was drawn to traditional fabrics, cheery colors, and unexpected elements, so I chose a distinctive wallpaper. I knew right away that blue and yellow would have a place in her room and would beautifully offset her new pieces mixed with her antiques.
The room is reasonable in size with two average-sized windows. I wanted to give plenty of space for comfortably navigating around the room. The armoire was going to take center stage, so I put the large bed at an angle. I didn't want to block the view of this incredible piece. With the armoire, the client did not need additional storage. I created a seating nook in the corner with a table. The large area rug anchors the room and provides balance to the eye even though the bed is angled. Adding high draperies gave the illusion of taller ceilings and balanced the tall armoire. I added a cheery yellow checked chair for feminine french touch. I added texture and pattern to the pillows, art, and accessories to bring the whole space together.
The client wanted a fresh start in her new home, and it was important to her that her family treasures were incorporated with much-needed new pieces. The final design I presented checked off all the boxes, mixing new vintage-style pieces with heirlooms, a cozy place to relax, and a space to unwind from the world. I chose a dramatic king Louis-style bed to complement the details of the armoire. She wasn't afraid of color or pattern, so I chose a beautiful F&B paint, Lulworth blue, for the botanical wallpaper with a light blue buffalo check floor-to-ceiling drapery to add drama and more pattern to the room. The client was thrilled with the design and how I thoughtfully considered her treasured heirloom.
What a fun project for a client on her new journey! My client recently moved to a new home built in 1930 and wanted to keep the essence of the home's details in her decorating too. She speaks my language! With that in mind, I wanted to create a curated and vintage look for her space. She's always wanted a bright and cheery yet feminine bedroom. The client inherited a beautiful, oversized armoire from her grandmother, which I knew had an immediate place in the room. After our first consult, I knew that yellow and blue were her favorite colors, and she reminisced fondly about her grandmother. I knew I wanted the armoire to be the focal point! I designed a mood board to capture ideas, a floor plan with the products to scale to ensure all the items fit, a shopping list, and a 3D final concept that visualizes the final room design.