Sunday, October 7, 2012

The Power Of Great Bones In A Room

Today I'de like to share with you a recent e-Design I did for a family in Florida.  My client was looking for something light, airy, comfortable and simple.  Think Pottery Barn.  She loves light blues and aqua's, but changing the wall colour was not an option.  However, painting out the entire bottom panelling all white was.  The room had amazing bones and architecture already and we had to keep the chandelier, dining table & chairs.  

The key with keeping things monochromatic is incorporating textures and layers and adding a few pops of colour in the accessories.  The client already had a few great pieces like a beautiful rug at the entry way in a grey/blue geometric and a beautiful chair in the office to take the inspiration from.  



With the dining room being visible from two separate openings, everything had to flow.  

Dining room view from entry way:
You can see the great bones of this room stand out, like the panelling and the curved openings to the room

view from office area/second opening into dining room:
Big beautiful window 

Here is what I came up with for her $1,000 budget:

The final look was right on target with what she wanted and I couldn't be happier!  She will add her own photographs in the room for that personal touch I always encourage clients to incorporate.  It just goes to show you when you have good bones in a room to start with, great design happens.  In the end, it actually ended up about $350 under budget which is even better! 

Where to buy:  

10. Dinnerware 


Thank you Melanie for inviting me into your  beautiful home!  
For more information on my e-Design services click here.

3 comments:

Victoria @ The FAT Paint™ Company and ÉdinHome said...

Good work Shelley! Love the ideas you pulled together for her :-)
Victoria

Sheila @sZinteriors said...

Good for you Shelley - you did a great job for your client, and coming in under budget by that much is a sure fire way to have clients coming back for more! Congratulations!

Shelley Jacobsen said...

Thanks lovely ladies! It's always fun to put together new designs and step outside your own design style:)

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