Flower Power 

 

This little girl's dream room is an example that you don't need a large space to have a functional, adorable room.  Shelves with rails attached to the bottom provide extra space to hang clothes while three roll out bins under the bed give a place for extra bedding and stuffed animals.  The tent-like canopy and flower box are favorite features of this pint size princess.

Fun Powder Room Redo

 

We used the butterfly artwork these clients acquired on their travels as the inspiration for this design.  A calming grey-blue paint color along with changing out the mirror and light fixture set the stage for the meaningful accents this family cherishes.     

Office by day, Guest Bedroom by night

 

This multi-functional room is a cheerful space for work and play.   The daybed provides a comfy place to curl up and read a book while the bottom pulls out into a full sized bed for overnight guests.    

Transitional Living Room

 

These clients traded their formal Living Room for one with a casual but still classy look and feel.  A unique mixture of pieces including a rustic wood ladder and console table, hand rolled iron coffee table, and sisal rug give this room an eclectic and layered look.  

Master Bedroom Surprise

 

Two of my favorite clients (my Mom and Dad) enlisted my help in giving their Master Bedroom a facelift.  They already owned several beautiful pieces of traditional furniture which they loved but wanted to breathe new life into the space.  My Mom chose to recover her love seat, ottoman, and chaise lounge in a white duck fabric and the curtain panels and coverlet were also white.  This made a nice backdrop for many color scheme possibilities.  She also decided on the headboard fabric that I had used in another client's Office and blue paint for the walls.  So here we were with many decisions made but still no real direction.  After going back and forth with a few ideas my Mom finally said "Just surprise me!"  So that is what I did!  I purchased all of the decorative accessories, area rug, artwork, and had the pillows and bed skirt made and traveled four hours with all of it and my husband and two kids in our SUV.   (That was a fun drive!) It was Thanksgiving and after our big turkey dinner instead of taking a nap I got the room ready for the big reveal.  It was so fun and my parents love it!

photographer: Robin Lerner

photographer- Jen McKen

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