Where are all my CO skiers at?! How many of you have looked for a condo to stay for the weekend and just looking at the pics made you age about 30 years? Seriously. It feels like you’re stepping into the 90s - forest green and mauve decor with…
Part II of the Green Mountain Project is here! If you missed Part I, the reveal of the main floor, you can check out the blog post! After tackling the living room, kitchen/dining area, and the entryway, we moved upstairs. We completed the guest bedroom, the master bedroom, a home office (that I didn’t get pics of… boo!), and a gift wrapping station. A gift wrapping station?! Yes!! And it’s just as cool as it sounds! :)
I am so excited to show you Part I of the Green Mountain Project I have been working on the last couple of months! My client reached out to me late last fall and had just moved into her brand new townhouse. She had a few beautiful pieces she wanted to keep but basically we needed to fill in all the gaps and turn her house into a home. Aside from her being so much fun to work with (seriously… how do I get all the BEST clients?!), it was such a fun job to work through her entire house and make it feel beautiful, comfortable, and complete. I joke with her that I may just move in because I don’t think I’ll ever have a home that is actually complete from top to bottom like hers is now! Ha!
I get a lot of inquiries from potential clients wondering if I can help them with a space that they have started but they need some help finishing up. I typically don’t take on these types of jobs because I’ve been able to keep busy enough with complete room designs (and those are my fave - I’ll be honest). However, I had a couple of friends ask me for this kind of help and I couldn’t turn them down. I realized that sometimes the room just needs a fresh perspective. So, I have created a new series I am calling ‘Six Fix’ - I will make six suggestions as to what I think would be the six best ways to spruce up your space.