I wanted to share a sneak peak of a local client project that I worked on last fall. The plan included two rooms - a playroom and kitchen. I mentioned the kitchen in an earlier post. The other day, I received these work in progress pictures and cannot wait to see more. Projects like these take time, start to finish, and when the photos start rolling in I am one happy girl.
To begin with, here is the mood board that I created for the kitchen.
The plan was to paint the cabinets gray and bring in some additional storage keeping in mind that the kitchen will most likely be renovated in a year or so. (I am a big believer in enjoying and making the most of what you have now even if you plan to make big changes down the road.)
We considered adding a decorative paper to the back of the pantry, but for now, the fresh coat of gray and the addition of the baskets is such an improvement.
Moving on to the playroom. This is a space for doing art work and playing games. The bonus is that it is close to the kitchen allowing my client to keep an eye on the boys. She loves geometric fabrics, has a great design eye, and is in the vintage circuit (not sure why she needed me honestly) - here is the mood board for the playroom.
And, here is the work in progress picture. I really like the ikea system for hanging children's art work, but my client thought it would be too busy in this space. Instead, she added frames to display her boys' art. I love the graphic punch it adds to the room. The fabrics are there for visual reference. The shade needs to be made and bench recovered, but you get the idea.