Vineyard Street Project Reveal

Check out our clients' first home as newlywed couple!

16 March 2017 -

Yesterday, we revealed the webisode of our Vineyard Street Project!

Our clients are newlyweds and needed a space that reflected both of their personalities. We took on their formal sitting room, family room, and master bedroom.

Master Bedroom

Our client’s pinterest board showed her love of white, pink, and gold. All good things, but it can quickly look overwhelmingly feminine. We decided to work in some depth with dark colors like our Navy Velvet pillows.

The linear artwork is the perfect scale to follow the length of the bed.

The nightstands are a beautiful french blueish gray and are adorned with amazing hardware. We topped it with a soft lamp and balanced it with a dark vase. We also added some trays  as a catchall for functionality.

Family Room

We love the fact that our client wanted two mirrors on both sides of the fireplace! We anchored the mirrors by adding in a Quinn Sideboard Cabinet. It also offers a great amount of storage and has amazing faceted fronts that bring so much dimension in the space. The Cocci rug is a customer favorite and we can see why! It’s neutral but still has a little bit of pattern.

This artwork is perfect for the space. It’s brings in a lot of color, but is balanced out with neutral tones.

When styling pillows the goal is to always make it look effortless! We mix and match different patterns and textures so there’s always a lot of rearranging. Our clients top request in the living room was a big comfortable sofa and a place to put their feet up. Our Penn Coffee Table is great for just that because it’s spacious, comfortable, and adds a touch of glam to the space! Adding greenery is always a must because it brings so much life to the space! But a lot of clients are worried about keeping them alive so we searched high and low for the perfect faux fiddle leaf tree and we found it!

Remember that dark and moody formal sitting room? It’s a part of this project!

Date Posted
16 March 2017