Custom Faux Floral Arrangements, designed & hand-crafted by me!

Take a look at these beauties!

For a multi-faceted accessory project in Chicago I am working on, I wanted to create various faux floral arrangements to place as center pieces in the dining room. 

When sourcing and shopping for pre-made florals, it has been challenging to find a container and arrangement that's the exact style and color combo to work with the design scheme in my designs, so I decided to make my own, and here are the ones I made…

I sourced the containers and each piece of greenery, floral, and moss to ensure these are truly one-of-a-kind arrangements 💛

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Bathroom Renovation Progress

It’s been a little while since I’ve shared a bathroom re-design, so I wanted to share this particular one for a client in Billerica, MA because of this stunning accent tile incorporated into the shower. 

My client was drawn to more of a Moroccan and organic style, so I found this tile that would give her an interesting pattern and also add color to the bathroom. I sought out a tile that felt timeless and would appeal to almost anyone, but keeping with Moroccan aesthetics.

This tile is more of an "art piece" and focal point which I personally love.

Before & after pictures coming soon!

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Quick Consultation - Family Room Fabric Selection

For a family room project, it was important that I started with selecting fabrics for a new sectional as I knew that would be the main focal point in the room.

When picking out fabrics, it can often be very time consuming if you don’t have a general idea or inspiration to start from; luckily I had an existing rug to use as this inspiration. With this as a starting point, I had fabrics picked out within 30 minutes or less.

On their own time, my clients visited the furniture store to select the sectional they felt was most comfortable for them. Once I gave my “ADID approval”, the sectional was ordered!

While the majority of my projects are more for full-time design services, I enjoy working on smaller projects like this one. Whether a client needs me work with them hourly and/or help verify purchase decisions, I am the designer for the job!

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Existing Area Rug - Used to Inspire the New Fabric Scheme

Existing Area Rug - Used to Inspire the New Fabric Scheme

Hospitality Design - Fabric Boards

My inspiration and design theme ideas always start with fabric boards and these are specific for a luxury senior living company for a high-rise in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

I was assigned to design four floors, where each floor has a slightly different theme and inspiration, for the residents enjoyment and experience.

This project will be installed in November. I am so excited to share this amazing project with you!

5th Floor - Blue and Orange Accents

5th Floor - Blue and Orange Accents

9th Floor - Blues

9th Floor - Blues

10th Floor - Soft Teals

10th Floor - Soft Teals

11th Floor - Soft Greens/Yellows

11th Floor - Soft Greens/Yellows

Basement Guest Bedroom

When designing rooms that might not generate a lot of natural light or be in the basement (like this one), it's important to keep the color scheme simple and light. Then, you can always add a pop of color to compliment the tones. This design consisted of new wall-to-wall carpeting, paint and all new furniture and décor. 💛 Cape Cod, MA

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Gallery Wall

Still swooning over this sitting room and symmetrical gallery wall I designed for clients in Nashua, NH. 📷 

My clients have traveled the world and this is the perfect way to showcase their adventures while also providing a classy design element!

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The Design Process

I’m working on a very large commercial design project with multiple color schemes! I was asked to design 4 floors, which include lounges and game parlors.

This one will be installing in Oct/Nov 2019.

Can’t wait to show you more!

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