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3D Floorplans and Room Shots

Sometimes my clients have a hard time envisioning a new furniture layout and design in their home.  I recently began using a new program that allows me to show my clients 3D floor plans, along with various 3D room shots. To give you an idea of what I am able to do with this new program I am going to share with you a current living room project of mine.
This is a snap shot of my messy, handwritten notes of the clients room.  I get all the nitty gritty measurements during the initial in-home consultation.

With all of these measurements, I create a basic black and white 2D floorplan.  Not too exciting, but necessary to understand the basic idea.


Afterwards, I create a polished & visually appealing 3D floorplan. 



Along with the 3D floorplan, I also create various 3D room shots to present to the client.





Once my client agrees to the layout and design, I go to work making the design a reality!
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Pillows, Glorious Pillows

Hi there!  Just posting quickly to share some phone pictures of custom pillow covers made for a client of mine.
These covers do not have the forms in them yet, but you can still see how gorgeous the fabrics are!
Now to deliver these beauties to my client - along with other drapery panels and roman shades!

Lake Residence After Photos

Here are the 'after photos' of the Lake Residence I promised I would share awhile back.  If you would like to see the before shots of the space click here.  If you would like to see a previous post about the process of selecting the rugs for this space, click here.















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Lake Residence

Awhile back, I shared details of how I went about selecting multiple rugs for a family room I was helping a client with.  If you would like to read the post, click here.  
Today, I am sharing more details about the space.  Here are the pictures that show what the space looked like before any changes were made.


As you can see the first item on the agenda was paint.  Along with painting the walls and ceiling, I suggested painting all the wood trim, bead board, window casings and cabinets white.  We decided to go with Sherwin Williams Silver Strand for the walls and an off-white for the wood.
Besides a sectional and sofa table that the client already owned, the entire room needed new furnishings.  Below, is the initial mood board showing the other furniture pieces I selected for the space. 
As sometimes happens in the design process, a few changes had to be made after the furniture pieces were initially picked.  
My client found a bistro table and chairs at a local furniture shop that …

Orange and Mineral Blue Living Room Design

Today, I am sharing a living room design that I completed awhile back. My client selected all the flooring and light fixtures, & then hired me to help select all the paint colors and to decorate the entire home.


This is a quick (and bad!) photo of the living room once the floors were installed and walls had been painted.


Before I began selecting furniture, my client showed me a few photos of living rooms that she liked and the colors she had in mind for the space. In addition, she really wanted to incorporate an orange rug & a sectional.
I found this wool orange lattice rug.  It was a great price and she liked it, so I began building the design around it.


Here is the mood board I put together for my client to help convey the design.

In addition I drew a floor plan showing the furniture layout. 

Once all the furnishings were agreed upon the purchasing began.  After all the furniture was delivered and in place, I brought in accessories to finish off the space.
Here are some of …

Elegant Dining Room Makeover

I had the pleasure of helping a local client decorate their dining room.  The space was pretty plain and lacked personality.  I knew it had possibilities with those tall ceilings and beautiful arched windows.

(Before)
My client was very budget conscientious so I did not go over board on decor.  I was very thoughtful of the decor I suggested and made sure the items we put in the space really made a 'wow' statement.

This is the mood board I put together for my client to show the decor that I thought would look gorgeous in the space.
My clients' liked everything, with exception of the chandelier.  They were not in love with the one I selected and it was a little too expensive.  As a replacement, I found this chandelier that I think was even more perfect for the space.



So without further adieu, here are the pictures of the completed space!











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