Photography by: V o i c e O n e A r t s

A design idea or vision should be about the client and a reflection of what works best for them.  As for this client, they requested a Zen minimalistic aesthetic, which I was very happy to oblige.  We started by bringing down the ceiling fan and painting the brown walls with a gravel grey from Restoration Hardware.  Although my clients in the beginning wasn’t sure about refinishing the mantle in a semi-gloss white, along with the crown moldings, I was able to convince them!  After picking out colors we went furniture shopping which is always the best part.  We started at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams and decided on the stunning Moira pendant, three actually.  Just had them spaced out evenly and hung in three different lengths for a more dramatic look.  From there we went to Z Gallerie and found the striking Royce sofa and chair.  Along with the sofa and chair we purchased the Abigail coffee and end table to compliment the rest of the furnishings.  While at Z Gallerie I thought it would be a great idea to add a little fun accessory to the coffee table and add the black/silver Tic Tac Toe game.  Before finishing up the look I thought there was something missing so I ended up going back to RH and and grabbing one of their Ruched Faux Fur Throw in cream.  Last but not least, I felt that there needed to be a touch of green so we brought in a tall fiddle leaf fig and a small topiary in planter for the mantle from J’Adore Home & Garden.  We also placed a couple of accessories of sentimental value from Korea on the mantle to add that personalized touch.




Below: Pictured before the transformation.







Photography by: V o i c e O n e A r t s