Pop of Pink

I really do get to work with some amazing people and this project is no exception.I am grateful for the opportunity to help this client realize her own personal style and to be able to help her realize her home's potential. I have learned a lot too!

This beautiful new home had great bones. My client wanted something different in this space than what she currently had in her other homes. She was drawn to sleek and modern designs and wanted to do something different than the earth tones she previously used.
We added skylights to offer more natural light in the main living area and a seating area at the fireplace. A gorgeous urchin chandelier with crystal accents and fun sconces add more needed lighting. Simple panels in linen with a soft shimmer soften the windows, but do not block the light coming in.
A large bench acts as seating for conversation in the living room or at the fireplace. While I had my reservations about recliners, these beautiful leather recliners with metal legs work perfectly in the space and are perfect for what my client wanted.

A custom cabinet built by Gerry Frank of Cville Construction houses the television and hides clutter. The back of the shelving is painted a deep grey, called Black Fox by Sherwin Williams. White and silver accessories look great against the dark background.

The pink inspiration comes from this fun David Bromstad print. I love all of the textures on the sofa here!

The pink is carried throughout the room in the beautiful cut velvet pillows on the chairs and the flowers on the mantel. It's such a great color and really catches your eye!

A cool overview from the loft above the room.

Another fun transformation!

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