We wanted to share a sneak peek of another Personalized Design Package project. A family in Lexington reached out to us in the process of renovating some rooms in their home. They had hired a contractor to do some work in their family room and with structural renovation plans underway, they decided it was time to start thinking about the interior design.
When describing the space that they envisioned, they used words such as ‘warm’, ‘inviting’, and ‘family friendly’. They had two school aged boys and a large extended family, so they needed a place where they could entertain a crowd and an area where their boys could settle in and do homework during the week. They also wanted the room to feel elevated and ‘adult’, where they, as parents, could curl up and enjoy some quiet time by the fireplace.
For our clients, an important element of the design would be having the ability to “sit test” their new sofa. Generally, we recommend testing out major upholstery pieces, especially if comfort is an influencing factor. With the layout and floor plan established for the space, we jumped into sourcing and made it our priority to use local resources and vendors.
We recommended a fresh coat of paint in a subtle and soft wash of gray to brighten up and refresh their previous yellow walls. Then we layered hues of coral and blue pastels throughout. We love incorporating texture and pattern through pillows and throws to bring in a touch of warmth and dimension to the space. Then, to finish off the family room, we recommend a cohesive collection of art. Two oversized double-hung prints fit perfectly on a large blank wall, while smaller scaled complimentary pieces accentuate other focal points in the room.