We're back with the final reveal of our Maplewood Colonial project!!!
As a reminder, last Saturday we shared part one of the project, which included the entryway, dining room, and kitchen— and we received rave reviews!! If you haven't seen this beautiful reveal yet, stop what you're doing and check it out.
If you loved the previous post, and you are anxiously awaiting the final few rooms, you're in luck - THE WAIT IS OVER!
We are going to start our tour in the Living Room. This room is right off the entryway and features large southern exposure windows, stately moldings, a fireplace, and two showstopping built-ins.
The two arched built-ins were original to this early 1900's colonial home. They infused so much history and character into the room, and they were so much fun to style! I am planning a whole dedicated post about styling best practices, but here is a quick recap of what we did on these beauties.
We used a mixture of natural and organic elements in the styling of the built-ins. Some of my favorite pieces include the large driftwood branch, alabaster shapes, oversized air plants, bone beads, and framed geo stones. I also love the funky objects and ceramic vases used throughout. Lastly, we used a mixture of plants to add life and visual interest to the display.
We created an additional seating area in the living room as a reading nook or small conversation area, which my client's pup, Cashew, happily took over — Good thing we used performance velvet on those chairs!!
The next room on the home tour is the sunroom and my personal favorite room in the house! The way the light filters into this room is so stunning. Nothing lifts the spirit quite like natural sunlight. Can you picture a better place to drink your morning coffee? I can’t!
We wanted to create a comfortable and tranquil retreat in this sunroom, a place where my clients could lounge and escape the world. We used oversized chaises, a soft color story, and interesting textures to accomplish this relaxed aesthetic. We layered warm, sandy creams and soft grays to create a casual, monochromatic palette that lends itself to a more subdued eclectic vibe and a truly relaxed atmosphere.
We also made sure to incorporate a whole jungle worth of plants! Plants are the best way to bring life into your home. Not only do plants beautify your space, but they also have some pretty wonderful health benefits! They detoxify your home by improving indoor air quality. They are also known to boost your mood & lift your spirit!
This brings us to our final room!
We wanted to create a serene and sophisticated bedroom for our clients, with a show-stopping feature wall! The wallpaper is such a wow-moment and really brings the room to life. To add texture, and a bit of fun, we hung a white, feathery JUJU hat on the wall, right above the headboard! I love the softness it brings to the room!
We wanted to continue the gray, cream, and blue color story upstairs and I truly love how the colors pair together in this space. The blue bedding pairs perfectly with the gray, tufted bed frame and white graphic rug.
Lastly, The antique bronze elements add a bit of drama to the space… I mean check out that chandelier!
That’s is! Thank you for taking this tour with me! We truly loved working on this beautiful project with our wonderful clients. Leave a comment below and share your favorite space!
If you are interested in interior design for your own home, please contact us. We would love to work with you on your project!