When we put a design plan together, we gather ideas and start the process. A fabric or a rug has to spark an idea. We gather inspirations to help unfold the process and to be able to show the client.
We are working on a design plan for a client. We sketched out some ideas and also showed her ideas that we put together digitally.
|Martha O' Hara|
We are using colors that are similar to these. A taupe, gray paint color on the walls and the furniture will be in a ivory linen fabric.
Throw pillows in green and gray tones.
|The sofa is going to have look like this. |
This is the coffee table we will be using.
|Katheryn Dixon |
We would love to use this paneling idea in the entry.
Your thought process is so interesting...I agree about the wood floors.ReplyDelete
Since it's a small room it makes sense to keep it light but why keep carpet? The wood floors would make it feel bigger and if using an area rug would give it more dimension. Sounds like you have a job ahead of yourselves. Glad you two had fun and congratulations to Danni's son. I've seen those competitions and they don't look easy.ReplyDelete
First a big congrats to your son....well done!! How exciting for him (and you)! Love the direction you are going in and like the idea of keeping things monochromatic, maybe adding pops of color through the pillows or small accessories or a lamp/art? Lighting will be key too......like the idea of a dark wood floor and have always been drawn to that light taupey/greige palette....beautiful!ReplyDelete
That's what I love about blogging...I have put so many ideas together from (your) photos...it helps so much to have a visualReplyDelete
Congratulations on his try!! I know that you are proud!ReplyDelete
Y'all just show the most gorgeous images. I love that I know you will show something I love, because our tastes are alike!
Have a great weekend, Julie and Danni.
I love all of those inspirations...the first several examples have the neutral palette that I love and then all of those great pillow combinations - endless possibilities. :) To me the biggest challenge of design isn't the ideas (thanks to blogs like yours I have plenty of inspiration :)) but rather the constraints of existing pieces (or carpet!) and/or budget...but I guess that's what makes it interesting too. Good luck - I'm sure it will turn out great.ReplyDelete
Love the color palette! And what an awesome experience for Danni's son.ReplyDelete
Love the direction you are taking your client. Keep us posted on Mikey's progress! xo KathysueReplyDelete
I bet the room will be gorgeous. Don't understand why they don't want hardwoods.ReplyDelete
Image those images are great for gathering ideas!ReplyDelete
Looks like it is going to be a beautiful design. Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Congrats to Mikey!ReplyDelete
You must be so proud of your son, Julie! He sounds like an awesome young man. I'm happy to hear Danni, that you had a good time in Catalina. Hopefully, this vacation is just the start of many new wonderful adventures in your life!ReplyDelete
I love the light, neutral color palette for you client's living room. The touch of green will be lovely. Is your client willing to layer an area rug on top of her wall to wall carpeting? At least, this will allow you an opportunity to add some pattern and define the space.
Beautiful choices... I love the sofa and coffee table!
Have a wonderful day, ladies!
~ Wendi ~
Well first....a HUGE congrats to your son! I didn't know you had a celebrity on your hands or a son that old! Adorable.ReplyDelete
Second, love love love your design inspiration. I agree on the carpet thing but understand too budget constraints. I know you two will make it lovely and cannot wait to see what you end up doing.
Have a super duper weekend!
I still think your son did pretty well, congrats to him.ReplyDelete
Wonderful inspirations. I really like the white sofa you picked. It has really classic beautiful lines. Hopefully, you can share the completed design with us soon.
Enjoy your weekend, ladies!
Beautiful design plan, girls. Love the fresh, light look. Congrats to your son!ReplyDelete
The inspiration rooms a re beautiful - my favorite style. I'm sure it will come out great! I'm sorry your son didn't make it further, but he certainly made it further than almost everyone else!! I'm sure you are very proud :)ReplyDelete
Congrats to Mike! How cool that he gave his skate board to a young fan. That is awesome!! Way to go :-)ReplyDelete
Good luck on your design plan....thanks for sharing. I love small spaces.
Congratulations to your son!ReplyDelete
It's fun to hear the process. I like the plan and I hope you can share some of the final results. I just painted my family room a taupe-gray color. I love it.
I am sure it will be a great space - such wonderful ideas, love the paneling.ReplyDelete
I know you will do an incredible job for your clients...love all of your inspiration. Congratulations to Mike...had to be a fun time for all.ReplyDelete
I like the color contrast between the sofa and the yellow cushion. And also, the tables and sofa.ReplyDelete
Love the pop of color from the pillow, flowers and stools! So beautiful and those Stars!ReplyDelete