We have been in the middle of a move with a new client and it has been so much fun to make her existing furniture and accessories and make them work in the new house. I can only imagine how overwhelming it must be to make your pieces work in a home with a completely different layout. But, this has been a process and we are finally making things work.
Today I wanted to share a few space from both houses and show you how we have made their pieces work…and of course we have added a few new pieces to help pull the space together! The unpacking continues and the plan is to really focus on the details once their kiddos are back in school this fall!
PREVIOUS HOUSE: We had two bookshelves with lower storage. The T.V. was on one side with only one or two shelves for accessories. The other shelf had multiple shelves so we were able to display quite a bit of the client’s pieces.
THE NEW HOUSE: We had a custom built-in added to the living room, but unfortunately we have less space to display their accessories. Still a fabulous focal point in the room. We decided not to wallpaper the back of the shelves this time, so we used the warmer Earl Grey accent color that we have in other areas of the home. It’s a great start and I can’t wait to pull the rest of the family room together.
The Master bedroom is by far my favorite room in their home. I am loving the bold black and yellow color palette and the custom headboard from the other home looks amazing in the new master bedroom.
PREVIOUS HOME: The master bedroom had carpet and they didn’t want to spend the money to install hardwood floors since they were thinking of moving in the near future.
THE NEW HOUSE: We painted the room the same color as the previous home (If it isn’t broke..don’t fix it) and are using 100% of their furniture. The room has travertine floors so replacing them would be a hassle, not to mention a mess. So, it was obvious that a new rug was was on the to-do list. I love when a client is open to being bold, and this honeycomb flat weave rug brings the major wow factor!