“I remember lying on the floor of the living room with headphones on when I was four or five years old, listening to the Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack.” – Kevin Richardson
BEFORE | LIVING ROOM
After creating the first half of this spacious living room, we had a blast while continuing to reinvent amazing vintage pieces for this sunny home. Our clients wanted furniture that was unique, but not stuffy… A place to sit and really enjoy guests and conversation without the distraction of a TV. Starting from scratch, we made one of a kind pieces that made the room eclectic while staying cohesive with a monochromatic palette.
AFTER | LIVING ROOM
BEFORE | SOFA AND BENCH
This couch is a far cry from ordinary! When I found this funky wooden frame couch, it was in two parts. Lucky for us, our client was open to our vision of joining them together to create one long piece.
Having a tailored look doesn’t mean it has to be formal. An oversized border on the back pillows and piped bolsters with buttons made in luxe velvet marries the navy color scheme within the room. A round vintage coffee table with carved detail allows for plenty of room and movement around the furniture.
Another cane beauty rescued from its ochre and peach confines! Going from brown to silver with a plump tufted velvet cushion makes this bench a comfy conversation piece.
BEFORE | PLAYING WITH CONSOLE CHOICES
The first console we brought in blended into the floor too much. We opted for a “new” vintage piece in rich hand rubbed ebony stain that makes an impact while topped with fab photography books and a brass Moroccan tray.
BEFORE | CANE TUFTED CHAIRS
A hand studded antique trunk serves as a side table and a conversation piece. The markings on the inside led me to further investigation only to discover this piece is an early Amerian horse bridle box from the mid 1700’s. What a find! A piece of history, a slice of sparked interest. This happy home is filled with treasures to be enjoyed for years and years to come.