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Erin and I started planning as soon as we got done with our initial consult. We found a bunch of ideas, put together a basic design plan and sent over this initial board for all three spaces:
thought, others thought it was more green. She was a little nervous about them being too green. Erin and I had seen the chairs in person and we just loved them and thought they would be fine.
also has a 60 day return period which makes it nice for returning purposes if she totally hated them. We were convinced for the price these were the best option!
size and price point. I had looked ALL OVER and I truly didn’t think
we’d find anything else that was that big and for such a good deal. I also loved the amount of storage it would give her. So we ultimately agreed to get the Reflections cabinet.
JC Penney table best. She loved the color and how it looked with the mirrored t.v. credenza. Although it didn’t have a lot of storage we could add baskets to the bottom to hide toys.
picked out a beautiful Lee Jofa floral we thought we were going to
die, we were so excited!
like fabrics that are out of the norm, or most popular. Right away we
knew we wanted to do blue chairs to go with the floral, but when we got
to the sofa it was a little more difficult. We were having a hard time
pulling colors out of the floral to go off of what the client liked as
well. We originally wanted to go with the La Fiorentina in the wine
so well, but we were given strict instructions from the clients husband
to have no pink. We were pretty devastated to say the least! So we
decided to go with the same La fiorentina pattern but in the lime color
way paired with a simple purple polka dot.
kept things fresh and light and still went great with her sofa color. In
the end we broke the rules and brought a pink pillow to put on the
sofa, it wasn’t what the client was picturing but when they saw the room
all put together they could appreciate the pop of pink!