Before – Typical brown leather sectional
A very large, dark, brown sectional that was hard to decorate around.
After – Colorful sectional
We brought a large amount of color into the living room by replacing the drab brown leather sectional. Fabric, a textured teal colored chenille by Pindler.
Before – Geometric patterned dinning chairs
A color and design that needed updating.
After – Tropical dining chairs
We combined a gorgeous emboidered, tropical silk with a vibrant green solid fabric to make a bold statement in the client’s dining room.
Before – Sm. dated kitchen
Formica counters, peel and stick vinyl floors, insufficient work space, poor lighting, dark cabinets, 4″ tile backsplash.
After – Completely remodeled kitchen
Cambria quartz counters, 12X24 floor tile, moved a wall & added center island & lengthened work areas, added additional recessed lights & island pendants, light gray upper & medium stained gray lower cabinets, mosaic marble backsplash.
Before – Dull, dark, & uninviting color scheme.
Earth tone colors were too dark for the waterfront setting of this home.
After – Revived living room
The blue/green color scheme brightened and complemented the wonderful waterfront view.
Before – Drab, unexciting wing chair
A quality made frame that needed to be lightened up with fresh color & pattern.
After – New life for a classic chair
The choice of a fun, whimsical pineapple pattern transformed it into a fashion statement. No longer your grandfather’s chair!
Before – Yesterday’s fireplace
Burgundy painted bookcases with white trim & bright brass fire doors created a severe focal wall.
After – Magical make over
Paint was our only tool in modifying the look. Two shades of light taupe were used on the bookcases & back wall. The fireplace doors were spray painted with a Rustoleum product.
Before – Understated sheer draperies
Out of style medallions, inappropriate color scheme, fabric lacked fullness, looked like a DIY project, undersized light fixture.
After – Tall, dramatic drapery panel
Drapery rods placed higher on the wall, full pleated panels tied back to each side to create a cleaner balanced look, cinnamon-colored faux raw silk fabric which blended with the adjacent rooms, the new bamboo chandelier set the mood for the West Indies decor.
Before – Small, inefficient dining space
Angled walls created an odd space to place a table and chairs efficiently.
After – Custom made table and banquette
Precisely designed four-sided sitting/dining area that did justice to the oddly-angled space. Colorful fabric reflected the waterfront condo decor. Additionally, under seat cabinets created needed storage space.
Before – Beloved family heirloom
Classic styling worth restoring but with 1930s era vinyl upholstery.
After – New attire, same integrity
Meeting the desire of the family, a close resembling fabric was chosen to restore the chair’s original personality.