Coastal Make-Over: Part 2

It’s time for the grand reveal! If you read ‘Coastal Make-Over: Part 1’ you will have read about the initial consultation of this project, what the clients wanted from their space, and the process to get to the final design.

Here are the finished photos…

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The arch is accentuated by the navy paint.

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I didn’t change a lot in the dining area. Just swapped out the old bar stools for wicker versions, and changed the island lights for handmade glass pendants, and added some navy and gold lamps to the buffet. I also re-orientated the table to fit the space better.

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I added coastal decor to the mantel, coffee table and shelves.

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The new TV area is much larger and cozier with the new L-shaped sofa with linen performance fabric removable slip covers.

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“We want to thank you for helping to make our home into an inviting, cozy, sophisticated space, it’s really what we were looking for. You really listened to us throughout the whole process and were very patient and willing to work with our requirements (stain-proof furniture and unbreakable items to accommodate kids) and style requests (look like Pottery Barn, but not cost like it!). We’ve gotten lots of compliments from friends too.” 

Here are some before and afters…

 

 

 

“We love it! I look forward to seeing this space every day. Bonus points if there aren’t toys everywhere! It feels like a grown-up space, while still being comfortable for the whole family.” 

If you’re interested in a free design consultation please contact me.

Thanks for reading! Until next time…

Jo (@Britflipper)

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