I recently finished up an E-Design project for a client that I thought turned out so great! We were working with a very small and awkward living and dining space in a very small and old craftsman home. We decided so give the rooms new function (the living room became the dining room and entry and the dining room became a cozy t.v. room). My clients had a couple heirloom antique pieces of furniture that they really wanted to incorporate, like a carved Chinese trunk and buffet/chest. Incorporating these vintage pieces with modern, midcentury furniture gives the space a nice modern eclectic feel that fits the couple's personality perfectly. Since I am unable to present the design in person, I add as many comprehensive and detailed notes to the floor plan and design boards as I can so that my clients understand the design plan as they start putting the rooms together. I was able to give them a lot of bang for their buck, THREE new living spaces and a step by step design plan and shopping list for them to put it together on their time and budget. Check it out below!
I decided to pull together a second option if they chose to get a small scale sectional to put into the cozy t.v. room instead of a sofa, since that was one of their original ideas and requests. Here is option 2 using most of the same pieces but substituting a smaller accent chair.
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