We recently finished a project for a new lovely client named Anissa, whom we just adore, and wanted to share all the juicy details with you all.
Let’s talk scope, the space started as an unfinished basement storage room that the homeowners newly converted into what they wanted to be an additional guest room for their home. The was quite small, but still very workable, and was adorned with military flags and DIY artwork.
Now, I want to start off by staying I have a great respect for member’s of the armed forces, and the flags we removed from the space were used elsewhere in the home and honored exactly how they should’ve been all along. We will discuss more of this once we complete the next phases of their home project over the next year. Secondly, I did repurpose one of the three DIY paintings used in the space (the one that matched the updated color scheme best), within the space on the far wall, not pictured to respect the artist (the homeowners daughter). And to keep the space feeling personal for them but also welcoming for their guests.
The clients wanted a space that flowed with the rest of their home which was a blend of transitional, contemporary, industrial, boho, Americana, and a touch of rustic. Quite the blend of styles to work with, but you know me, I love an eclectic space. Especially with Bohemian and Industrial vibes are involved!
We used a lot of texture and neutrals, and brought in pops of color for interest. Starting off with a plush and luxury tassle style bedding and layering with multiple throw blankets and pillows. We also knew that since the space was so small, we needed to do everything we could to keep it light, bright, airy, and full of life so of course we kept the scheme light and incorporated a lot of faux plants. We wanted to give it a cozy boho meets industrial meets garden room and we think we succeeded. An industrial style lamp was added, and replaced the bulkier larger scale pieces of wall decor and furniture with things that matched the scale of the space better.
We loved working on the project for Anissa and cannot wait to get started on the next phase of her project, it’s sure to be even bigger and better and just as beautiful as this space!
Until Next Week, With Love, Erica