Hi hi hi!! It’s time again for sharing one of my design projects – this one a master bedroom design project in Brooklyn, NY. Every item in this room was sourced by me. I presented the design (including the custom platform bed specs) and my clients loved it (yeeaaah). What do you think of the chandelier ceiling fan?
The sheer custains give the room a romantic soft look. Do you recognize the photographer in the below photo? Yep, it’s me with short hair! My fave part of this room is the blue wall … we used a metallic (pearl-like) glaze paint to give it this shiny soft look:
Below is a peek at the room before the transformation, and the other photo is of the custom platform bed frame (designed with sliding drawers for extra extra extra storage space for my wonderful clients Rick and Kelly) …. I went to the manufacturer to inspect the dims and construction quality (plus I wanted them to add the swirl handles to the side drawers):
Here’s one of our wonderful contractors, Virgil, working his making in helping transform the room. I sometimes provide elevation drawings to some clients (to help them visualize the design):
Below is the furniture placement I designed …. do you like the extra seating (perfect for reading), plus my client’s were expecting a baby so I factored it as extra seating for family and for mom and dad to hold their newborn … they ended up having a beautiful baby boy named Jake:
Here’s the other side of the room … where I designed the walk-in-closet to maximize space for both mommy and daddy to be:
Outside of the bedroom is my clients’ looong hallway, so of course we had to beautify it ‘economically’ … I was thrilled when they went for my design ideas to add trouser hangers (yes, ‘hangers’) to the walls to hold their large photos …. super economical, easy to change photos (with new photos .. especially perfect for when the baby arrived), and of course creative! The wood of the hangers picked up the color tones of the wood floors. I wasn’t done yet … I also painted some large leaves (yep, me on the step ladder doing some free style painting onto the walls). Whatcha think of it?
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