Kim wanted to infuse her transitional style into her traditional home. Working with the existing sofa and accent tables, her designer elevated the space with new lighting, pillows, rug, and accessories creating the contemporary feel Kim loves.
Angela had an empty room with a desk she loved. We mixed style + function with sleek shelving, a statement lighting fixture, a bold rug, and mixed seating to create a contemporary and collected vibe for her home office.
Megan loves to entertain and wanted to spruce up her outdoor space for summer. She asked for WOW factor and her designer delivered! Can we come for a cocktail?
Shawna wanted WOW factor for her hallway entry. She had a console table and two chairs that she loved, but she struggled to find the right accessories to complete the look. She wanted a classic look with a splash of color and a "fashionable" feel. Timeless pieces infused with pops of color and pattern create a stylish space that reflects her style!
Accessorizing bookshelves is tough stuff! Lisa needed our help to create a clean, contemporary look with a cool color scheme that would work with the rest of her living room. Large scale art featuring geometric patterns keeps the space feeling open and airy. Varied accessories add visual interest without feeling too contrived or overloaded with decor.
Joannah was off to a strong start with her bathroom renovation. Her designer Lauren pulled it all together introducing the gold finishes Joannah loves for a gorgeous mix of metals throughout. Sleek square mirrors flanked by linear sconces create a modern and bright feel.
This SwatchPopper had recently re-done her fireplace surround with white painted brick and shiplap accents. We chose dark black accents and pops of color with greenery to get a modern farmhouse look that really POPS against her white fireplace.
Rachel requested a stylish and functional "drop zone" in her entry to keep her busy family organized as they come and go. Mission accomplished!
Ben and Jenna were starting from scratch in a new home and claim they're clueless when it comes to decorating. Their designer selected the perfect pieces proportionate to the large living space. Clean lines, a monochromatic scheme, and interesting textures reflect the couples transitional style.
We gave Nikki a blissful guest bedroom where her overnight company will feel right at home. Small change makes a big difference!
Lindsey had all the major furniture pieces in her master bedroom, but needed help with the decor. Fresh bedding, elegant window treatments, statement lighting, and sophisticated wall decor brought her vision for a soft, muted, and traditional space to life!
Jacq had a table and mirror she loved in her entry, but she needed help accessorizing to create a stunning focal point for the front of the home. Ceramic, glass, and metal objects create nice contrast for the wood table and mirror. Greenery adds some natural color, while the woven baskets create more depth and texture for the table.
Serenity was tired of her matching dining room set. Clean lines and light colors will lighten and brighten her dining space. The rustic wood table is a beautiful contrast to upholstered chairs and mixed seating adds that "designer touch" the room was missing before. Gorgeous!
Tiffany asked us to fill the blank wall in her dining room with a stylish storage solution. Inspired by her Fixer-Upper style, her designer chose pieces that would complement the existing furnishings and make this wall a real focal point for the space.
Kristy's narrow entry was a blank slate. Her designer chose an interesting mix of textures to create a layered, multi-dimensional look that wouldn't overwhelm the small-ish space.
Katherine was ready to transition her 3 year old son's nursery into a big boy room that he would love! Neutral colors, brass accents, and a shiplap accent wall create a classic space that can easily grow with him over the years.
Ginger's kitchen and dining area is getting a major overhaul. Goodbye 1990s, hello farmhouse chic! Talk about a total transformation. Can we move in?
Amie wanted to soften her space and lighten things up to create a comfortable yet stylish space for her family. Her designer incorporated more natural textures to compliment the existing wall and keep this room feeling light, bright, airy, and relaxing.
Liz wanted a casual and comfortable space for outdoor lounging and entertaining on her new patio. Her designer, Jenna, chose neutral wood furniture with accents of cream and navy that will flow with her adjoining screened porch.
Wendy wanted to re-do her living room with a design that would feel comfortable and relaxing. Soft color, tranquil artwork, rustic wood finishes, and touches of greenery reflect her love of the outdoors and create the cozy but beautiful space she dreamed of.
Carolyn wanted to completely revamp her traditional space ditching the old reds and golds in favor of a lighter, more transitional scheme. What a transformation!
Rachel is expecting her first baby and wants a neutral nursery that feels simple and soothing. Mission accomplished!
Out with the old and in with the new! Carolyn's bathroom renovation includes stunning new tile, updated vanity and lighting fixtures, and a few finishing touches to complete the look. Watch out Carolyn, your guests may never leave!
Lauren felt cramped in her small living room. We added texture, pattern, and pops of blue for an open, airy feel to compliment her neutral furniture.
Aja couldn't seem to find the right pillows for her taupe sofa. We pulled in the navy from her rug and window treatments with a unique mix of pattern and color.
Maribeth asked for a sophisticated retreat with a hint of glamour. Lovely textures, mixed metals, and luxurious textiles bring elegance and comfort to create master bedroom oasis.
Beth was off to a fabulous start in her dining room with gorgeous Thibaut wallpaper, a classic blue console, and white lacquer mirror. We added additional art to balance the length of the console and symmetrical accessories allow the wall decor and wallpaper to shine.
Laura's patio had loads of potential, but she was at a loss for dealing with the long, narrow space. Her designer divided the patio into functional "zones" to make the most of her space. Monochromatic colors and natural textures pair nicely with the brick wall and gorgeous black windows.
Tiffany was stuck with a big, blank wall in her living room. We added clean, geometric lines and oversized, statement artwork to her existing console table for a stunning focal point.
Amy wanted to break up the brown and give her entry a more "finished" feel. A new rug softens the space ,while a round mirror and fresh accessories brighten and lighten the heaviness of the furniture creating a warm and inviting foyer that sets the tone for her home.
Erica needed help corralling the toys and pulling together a comfortable, stylish space appropriate for kids & adults.
Fresh paint, layered bedding, statement lamps, and textured ottomans dial up the drama!
Katie needed a little help with the finishing touches in her living room. New pillows introduce bold pops of color and pattern, while streamlined accessories for the mantel and console table create visual interest without overwhelming the space.