We heard you loud and clear, and are so excited to unveil the remainder of our Estates Project! Keep reading for a look at how we modernized this home and made it approachable and inviting with a full renovation.
The Mid-Century Modern Bedroom, with Custom Bed
Starting in the primary bedroom, we anchored the space with a custom, teal bed. Would you believe us if we told you that the wallpaper behind this show-stopping piece was designed in the 1960s? Still a popular pattern to this day, we love the mid-century modern feel it added to the space!
To keep the room feeling light and airy, we hung neutral, floor-to-ceiling custom drapery. This length is ideal to elongate the look of any interior!
To really allow the bed to shine, we kept the surrounding details neutral. Adjacent to the bed, we styled wood nightstands with a sleek silhouette and gorgeous cutout handles.
On top of each nightstand, we added a black lamp that’s practically artwork itself! We love how its round details look styled in front of the wallpaper pattern.
Get ready to grab a glass of wine and nestle in! To elevate the look of this cozy corner, we tiled the fireplace and drywalled over two adjacent windows to prevent distraction and really let the fireplace do all the talking. Finishing off the space, we added a rug, chaise, and side table to encourage rest and relaxation.
An Elegant and Inviting Dining Room for the Family
Moving into the family dining room, our goal was to create an elegant and inviting space that would fit the whole family. Surrounding the round table are six chairs with beautiful wooden, leather, and brass detailing. We carried the brass element upward and hung a two-tier, antique brass chandelier.
Lastly, to maximize wallspace behind the table, we hung two cement art pieces with curves in all the right places. We love the subtle interest and intrigue it added to the interior!
Combining Beauty and Function in the Family Room
If you’ve been keeping up with us for a while, you know that combining beauty and function is our specialty. Because of this, we aimed to keep the family room comfortable yet stylish.
To do so, we added a custom sectional, a large coffee table, and beautiful marble and brass side tables to allow the family a spacious area to gather and connect.
The other side of the family room came with a cozy fireplace that we wanted to center the remainder of our designs around. To fill the wall space on one side of the fireplace, we added a custom cabinet to store our clients’ essentials. On the other side, we added a plant and a gallery wall with similar height to artwork on the opposite wall.
Does this angle of the family room make anyone else’s jaw drop? As mentioned in part one of the Estates Project reveal, we wanted to capitalize on the high ceilings found throughout this home, so we opted to paint it black. We love how the brass chandelier and lighting pops off the ceiling!
For consistency, we added black frames to the sliding doors leading to the backyard. We also anchored these doors with custom drapery for an extra cozy feel.
The Best Detail for Last – Custom Built-Ins!
We may have saved our favorite detail for last! In the same family room, we added a custom built-in that goes all the way up to the ceiling. We filled the built-in with custom size shelving, so we could add various accessories and make it a beautiful piece of art as a whole.
To fill in the space in front of the shelves, we created an additional mini seating area by styling two chairs and a table.
We hope you enjoyed exploring the remainder of our Estates Project! Interested in working with us on your next project? Click here to send us a note about your project!
The Living With Lolo Team