Projects

Project Spotlight: Botanical Living Room

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This project is one that’s near and dear to my heart - it’s one of the first big projects that we completed, and we were given a lot of creative freedom. The client was a big fan of greenery and plants, but wanted a formal space that wasn’t just covered in plantlife.

The living room was covered in a dark red wallpaper put up by the previous owners - and holy moly, was it a pain to get off!

A before shot from the client - we really need to get better at photographing spaces beforehand!

A before shot from the client - we really need to get better at photographing spaces beforehand!

After the wallpaper was painstakingly removed.

After the wallpaper was painstakingly removed.

Once the wallpaper was down, we dove into color selection - we came down to 4 colors, and with the client’s blessing, we turned to instagram and let people vote on their favorite choice!

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Luckily, our followers have great taste, and a gorgeous shade of green won out. From there, we began curating pieces, both second-hand and from our favorite local vendors. The client was looking for almost entirely all new furniture, but had once antique chair she hoped to find a way to integrate.

Before

Before

After

After

We took it to our incredibly talented upholsterer, and picked a gorgeous embroidered fabric. After some reshaping and love, we had a stunning new statement chair!

Next, we brought in a stunning chandelier from Arhaus (which yours truly hung every single crystal individually in 98 degree heat, yikes!) and a graphic floral rug. We were also able to find some beautiful art pieces in the client’s collection that tied the space together.

Botanical Living Room: View from the entry.

Botanical Living Room: View from the entry.

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Large barcart, perfect for entertaining

Large barcart, perfect for entertaining

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This project has been complete for about a year and a half now, and it’s still in the same condition as the day we left it. It has a special place in my heart, and will always be a part of my portfolio!