An Updated Home Design For An Empty Nester
After many years of working with this client in a continual redesign for her home, she was now ready for a new updated look. Now an empty nester, her desire for her interior space was of creating a more light and airy feel. She wanted her space to finally reflect her personality. New furnishings were purchased in every room. The materials and furnishings used linen fabrics, textures and natural woods.
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Living Room Design
Family Room Design
Interior Designer Notes On This Pelham, New Hampshire Design Project
Accent side tables reversible with etched mirror tops and solid wood from Hooker Furniture.
Lamps of spar blue complement the driftwood sofa table adding contrast to balance out the blue lotus linen matted pictures above the fireplace.
Large artwork, accent table and lamp were all added to pull the room together with bright colors of blues, teals, turquoise and greens adding pop to the space.
New furnishings and paint color were added to the master bedroom. We repurposed her existing wing back chair and ottoman in this room, per the client’s request.
We designed a comfortable TV viewing space that had a pop of color and with style. A light linen sofa was paired with a comfortable club chair in mojito fabric of teals and greens.
A large cocktail ottoman can be used as a cocktail table.