My clients were looking for a quick and easy update / refresh to 2 spare bedrooms.
They were on a tight budget and a very short time frame before visitors arrived from overseas, pre-Christmas. It was a case of having to make quick decisions and even quicker implementation!! My clients had already purchased the duvet covers so this was a good starting point.
The home is located just 200 metres from Howick beach, so both rooms were inspired by the colours, textures and laidback feel of the beach, and have a relaxed, coastal vibe. Colours of driftwood and soft blues and whites were repeated.
Wooden lamp bases in bedroom one added a natural element along with textured shades. An oar on the wall added a further beach feel.
More texture is found in the stunning trim on the small feature cushion. Fresh pastel blues and whites were repeated in bedroom two. There was a much loved existing white cane bedside table with amazing detail. This was kept and we added white lamps which have a touch of timber.
A bright teal blue herringbone throw added more texture and some warmth. New duvet inners and euros added volume and layering with a mix of cushions in plains, prints and textured embroidery.
An ottoman in one corner gives visitors a place to put a handbag or overnight bag, and doubles as somewhere to place guest towels. The addition of a large white decorative mirror expanded the room and reflected the natural light from a large window.
Stage one is now complete.
Future plans include installing white timber blinds, painting the walls and new beds with rattan headboards.
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“After” photos will be revealed later. Covid 19 has put our photoshoot on hold!!
Sarah is a really busy Mum of 2 and also works from home.
She shared a “before” of her lounge. Recently having bought a new sofa, she was looking for advice on layout, simplifying what was in the room and “brightening” it up.
The work continues and once completed, I will share the outcome.
A teenager with loads of “stuff”!!
Nothing I can’t handle!
Gemma had a vision of what she wanted her bedroom to look like and created her own moodboard.
Decluttering and organising was about all it took, along with a new Roman Blind, and a couple of new lights set higher on the ceiling so they didn’t block the vision in to the room.
I suggested a different position for a couple of pieces of furniture which opened up the space.
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