Out of a desire to begin with a fresh palette, the clients hadn't brought much furniture from their former house. We began with selecting the furniture pieces that would allow their family spaces to seat up to eight people, while still feeling cozy when the clients were just the two of them.
After selecting furniture pieces, we freshened the spaces with an entire new color palette, fresh paint, fresh carpeting, and new lighting. In the basement Man Cave, we enhanced the architecture by adding square paneled columns to enclose the current small metal posts that screamed "Basement!" The outdated and quite tiny powder room was completely remodeled, inspired by a gorgeous crema marfil mosaic floor. The master bedroom became a soft retreat with new furniture, bedding, and draperies. The living room and dining room received fresh batik-print draperies and modern sheers, as well as a deep indigo color palette that was perfectly set off by a gorgeous traditional area rug. The family room was enhanced with new built-in bookcases, a very comfortable sleeper sofa, and two ottomans that doubled as coffee tables. And the guest bedroom received fresh draperies and blackout blinds while brand new and fun pillows gave an existing bed quilt cover a new lease on life.