When you create interiors you its all in your mind. Of course nothing is more fun than seeing your mood boards and designs come to life. The huge project we’ve been working on from scratch and designing in Virginia is coming closer to the install date. Yesterday I received a bunch of snap shots from the project.
LOVE the progress!!
The kids rooms are theme rooms. This is the boy’s room with a reclaimed wood ceiling and a cool blue and gold paint scheme for a Russian knights room.
The room will have rich reds and crest pillows and all kinds of things Russian knight for the two boys.
Wish I could show you more…
The daughter’s room is south American and is dark coral and peachy pale coral with a bright green bathroom.
Its going to have black iron details and these fun fabrics. I love doing fun kids rooms.
What girl doesn’t love pink?
One of the guest rooms got an intense color scheme, and it will make a lot of sense once all is in.
Cool blue bathroom with cement tile.
Navy walls, blue bathroom and yellow ceiling.
Yes the clients who come to me want something unusual and love color!
My instructions are commonly “not boring”. I’m of course always happy to please.
Love the shocking combination of navy and yellow because what’s coming next will make it very cool.
The master bath is looking chic.
All Cambria stone tops and gold faucets.
It’s fun to see mood board to reality.
For each room I give clients two-three mood boards to really see the design. This one gives an overview.
Can’t wait ti see this room.
I already see the vibe in this pretty shower!
All marble with gold details.
The beautiful stone fireplaces have been installed as well in many of the rooms and wood beams are in waiting to be stained.
Master bedroom fireplace.
And one of my favorite rooms… the dark blue library that will have loads of great color in in.
If you are interested in creating something special we are taking on a few E-design clients over the summer. You can e-mail us at [email protected] we’ll send you info on our E-Design service.
See you next week!
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