Combining Old with New For the Perfect New Condo!

Project Location: Concord, MA

I am excited to share another example of how I can help downsize, and this particular project is different than others since my clients are not only downsizing by almost 4,000 square feet (wow!), but they are also looking for some fresh new designs in their new condo.

This project consisted of carefully selecting the perfect pieces to allow their new (and smaller) condo to incorporate everything they wanted and needed, without feeling cluttered.  

My client's existing furnishings include a classic leather sofa with matching chairs, and beautiful wood furnishings that I incorporated into their new space. I also added: accent rugs and pillows, a coffee table ottoman, a vintage looking chandelier, contemporary kitchen stools, monochromatic window treatments and a brand new bedroom set.

Below you will see the floorplan and all of the new furnishings I just mentioned, which also includes some alternative options (pillows, rug, etc.) as I often include a few varieties, fabrics, etc. for clients to feel their personal preferences are also met. 

Due to the success of this, I am now renovating their bathroom, adding new closet organizational systems, changing out the bedroom carpeting and picking out new paint colors for the entire condo...and I am so eager to get started! Please stay tuned for updates. 


Quality Over Quantity

While the majority of my projects consist of designing and purchasing new furnishings and decor for rooms and houses, I also work with clients who are looking to downsize while also not sacrificing personal and practical design.

In a recent project, I helped a couple from Sudbury, MA transition into an assisted living community in Lincoln, MA. After taking pictures, measurements, and notes on all of the pieces they were interested in taking with them, I then measured and drafted a CAD plan to incorporate all of their furniture with designations into their new place. The beauty and convenience of having this plan comes in especially handy as then, the movers know exactly where to position the furniture (in what specific room, in what specific position, etc.) which allows my clients to have a stress-free move knowing they also don't have to handle any of the "heavy lifting" themselves. 

Here is an example of my CAD plan for this specific project: