We are sharing two dining rooms, one that is at a higher price point, and the other at a lower price point. When designing a room, we encourage our clients to invest in anchor pieces (furniture, rugs, lighting, and artwork), and buy more affordable accessories. Here are the two designs we’ve created that look eerily similar, but crazy price differences!
You guys! I’m sharing the exterior hard finishes with you for our new build, and I’m SO excited! We have yet to break ground, but it’s looking like it’s going to happen at the end of October (crossing my fingers).
Let’s face it, we all can’t afford a brand new living room with high-end pieces, but we can mix, match, and prioritize pieces. Sometimes, you just want to “get the look” for a season, and save for high quality pieces. If you’re on a budget, we recommend investing in anchor pieces (sofa, rug, accent chairs, coffee table, and lighting) as you can. Here’s an example of a high and low living room design, so you can get the look!
Last week we shared the exterior inspiration and design board for Aymee’s Office She-Shed. This week, we are sharing the interior. When thinking about this space, we wanted it to function as a work space for at least two people. The space needed a built-in work counter (bar height), open shelving, storage for a printer/scanner, a lounge chair, and oversized “idea” board. Here’s the design board for the interior!