Monday, April 23, 2012

Plum Perfect Pad

One of our most recent jobs was to tackle a dated attic space turned bedroom. The client is a Dad to the sweetest girl, so naturally he wanted to give her a space where friends could come over, hangout, watch tv and then spend the night! We asked Slate Barganier if they would come in and handle the construction, and they did a fantastic job!
Because it was an attic, there were 5 dormer windows, which meant awkward ceiling heights and angles... Oh, joy! We pushed out 2 of the 5 to create more room and eliminate a narrow hall. The third, we turned window seat and added sconce lighting for a great reading area. A vanity and desk were added in the last wasted space in this project! All the windows were treated with roman shades created by the one and only Stephen Dickerson.

This project ultimately has 4 rooms: bathroom, bedroom, daybed alcove, and tv lounge.
Take a look!

Plan Before

Plan After

Bathroom Before and After

The vanity was originally gray, but we had it painted a high gloss white. Turned out great!
bye bye tiled wall, hello 2012!

tv lounge-we removed shelving to create a flush wall 
TV Lounge before and after

Bedroom-this great Dhurrie was the color inspiration. Cleaned and brought back to life by: ChemDry
John Robshaw bedding, Caroline Chest from Gabby, lighting and french wire arm chair jojo Home.
window seat before and after complete with overstuffed cushion :)
Visual Comfort's Chunky Swing Arm, Mid Century Side from West Elm

Daybed Alcove in transition

Daybed Alcove Complete
Roman Shade Fabric: Harlequin's Tutti Frutti, Daybed Coverlet: fabricated by Stephen in Fabricut's Quilted Velvet in Peacock, Lamp-Robert Abbey, Side Table-Noir
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