Monday, May 6, 2013

Room Design client


Two weeks ago we met with Gwen who had just moved to a condo and wanted help decorating. She  and her husband like to go to estate sales and look on Craigslist for vintage finds but it wasn't coming together on her own, so she called us.  Prior to our consultation she identified her style as Mid Century Modern, cut out magazine clippings of room ideas for us and filled out our questionnaire- an "A+" on her homework!  Our  e board design seemed a perfect fit so she  hired us to come up with a plan to execute on her own.  Sunday we gave her two plans.

The large room has alot of natural light, a gorgeous tray ceiling and multiple task areas in need of storage solutions. Remember Bethany's Swiss Army Knife Room post about the multi-functional woman cave? This is it. 



When we met with Gwen, our reason to be doing what we love was validated. She absolutely loved both plans and is super excited to get started. She now has a roadmap of how to pull her room together and can't wait to get started! 

Here was a rendering I did for her new room.



This is such a rush for us. There are clients that just need the plan and want to do the rest themselves and there are those that don't want to do any of it. Either way, Bethany and I are in design heaven.   Thank you all for letting us share!


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19 comments:

  1. Nice plan! I would choose the first one but they are both lovely.

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  2. TheLittleBlackDoorMay 6, 2013 at 8:23 AM

    Both plans are winners for sure but I think the second one is my favorite. :)

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  3. I love both of them! I dual purpose rooms too.
    Happy Monday.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  4. These are fantastic and I absolutely LOVE the rendering, what a wonderful touch! Can't wait to see the finished product!

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  5. Ladies, I would happily take either!! love the hand rendering!! xo

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  6. You ladies are on fire! Of course she liked both :). Nancy, you can draw!

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  7. I love both boards!! I'm not sure which one I would chose....tough one. Fab rendering as well!

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  8. These are both great looking plans. I love the second best because of the blue grass cloth!

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  9. Lisa @ Shine Your LightMay 6, 2013 at 1:08 PM

    Your designs look fabulous, I can see why your client was so excited to get started!! Maybe she'll allow you to share the final result with all of us? :)

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  10. I am in love with that bench/chaise/settee?? It is such a versatile piece. Where is it from? BTW both of the board are great, i can see why she loved it so much!

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  11. I agree with Gwen - both are beautiful and really tough choices!!!! I love the first one more even though blue is my fave! Hope she shares the picture of the finished room to us! So excited!

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  12. Love that hit of Hex pattern in the second board, and your sketch is practically frame-able! Nice work!
    alison

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  13. What an awesome job! The second one is my favorite, as is your beautiful rendering!

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  14. You should do renderings - your image is amazing. Love both rooms, but I'm such a fan of a sputnik fixture, I'd have to have that in the second image!!

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  15. Mary Ann PickettMay 6, 2013 at 7:30 PM

    Such beautiful work.loving the table and bookcases!

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  16. charmaine religiosoMay 6, 2013 at 10:15 PM

    Oh, it's so hard to choose! I love orange but the blue room looks great too. Great rendering, Nancy! Love the daybed as well.

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  17. Love the second plan and the color palette! So glad you are both busy!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  18. The design is totally magnificent in every angle. I simply love the extreme makeover you’re planning. I really wish it’ll be a success. The furniture setup is likewise hip to fit the entire decoration. I’m very well impressed. Keep it up. Thanks a lot for sharing your designs. I’ve learned too much.

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