|inspiration photo provided by client|
Back to work after returning Mom to Pennsylvania and settling her in. It didn't go as smooothly as I had imagined but life never does. I am hitting the pavement at a fast and furious pace. Juggling three projects and ....who needs sleep anyway.
Scrambeled to get ready for my meeting last night, snuck into I.D. Collection and B. Berger minutes before closing. Thank you for having my Crezana Liquid Silver wallpaper sample ready Ron, you are wonderful. Left me 6 minutes to grab the Farrow and Ball paint samples and head north to West Elm and grab the dinnerware I want to use.
Arrived on time, had a fabulous meeting with my fabulous clients ( they have great taste and are fun to work with) and we knocked out selections for three rooms. So now that they have seen the beatiful pieces I can share with you, the winners for the office.
The mission for the office ( first room you see when you enter the house after closing the door complete with a Texas star on it) a lounge feel. Now lounge and Texas Star conjour up two entirely different looks in my mind but use your imagination and voila "Rustic glamour" is our style.
Walls deep, dark and smoky "Blue Hague"
|French Key Cabinet|
|Sexy Slim Chaise|
|Gold chandelier to create a pattern on walls without the paper.|
|Vintage overdyed rug for under desk teture and an unexpected pop of color.|
|White lacquered desk for contrast|
|Side table for chaise|
|A touch of Texas in plated nickel|
|The epitomy of "Rustic Glamour" metallic gold laser printed cowhide for layering|
|Floor lamp next to chaise|