i'm so happy to share with all of you a project i worked on while working as a designer for
this project was just in the beginning phase when i first started! it is so exciting to see the final product after all the inspiration boards, renderings and meetings.
i loved working on this project because there was a lot of creative freedom. instead of sourcing and "shopping" we brainstormed ideas and designed custom pieces and unique solutions.
ghislaine said "it's intentionally a bit wrong," describing the color scheme.
the first time ghislaine walked in, she thought, how am I going to make this homey? her answer turned out to be color-blocking, a pop art ploy that's been showing up in fashion lately. (from interior design magazine)
on one of my first days on the job i remember sitting down with ghislaine as she sketched out this rock pattern which later turned into this fabulous wall mural painted by 3fingers.
i remember searching everywhere for the perfect neon orangey/red fabric that was used to reupholster the client's old chairs. the world needs more neon fabric!!
seeing the wainscoting come to life from my autocad drawings was an awesome feeling (nearly scarred my hand ironing those bed sheets for the shoot)!
a fun tounge-in-cheek bedroom for the kids
i wish i could call this home office my own! love the continuity of the orange stripe.
styling this shoot with ghislaine and photographer e
picking out different shades of oranges and yellows wasn't as easy as you'd think!!
i love how the ombre effect turned out!
my friend hayley and i had a good lesson on how to style beds for a shoot!! it's not easy!
love the yellow barn door!
so grateful i was able to work on such a creative and colorful project! i learned a lot and had so much fun during the design process. go grab the latest issue of interior design magazine or read the online article here!!
images from interior design magazine
photography by eric l