Formal Dining/Living Rooms Converted To Home Office/Reading Rooms

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Today's featured Online Design Plan is a recent project that I've been excited to share. It's a great example of making the best use of your space depending on your lifestyle. My hope is that it may inspire you to take another look at the rooms in your home and decide if they are really working for you.

This was a Two Room E-Design Project. The home is a newer build and the original, intended purpose of these two adjacent rooms were "Formal Dining Room" and "Formal Living Room".  My client really wasn't using these spaces in this way and she was in need of a "Home Office".  She asked me if we could convert the "Dining Room" into a "Home Office" and the "Formal Living Room" into a "Relaxation/Reading Space" for her family. In addition to changing the purpose of these spaces, she wanted us to give them a new, high-style, glam-inspired look that would make a stunning first impression upon entering her home (these spaces are located in the front of the house, adjacent to the foyer). She requested that we use a combination of budget friendly merchandise and quality pieces that would last. After consulting with her and getting to know about her style preferences, budget and lifestyle, here is the Two Room Design Plan we created for her...


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Here is another look at the design plan for both spaces together....






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Design Plan - Family Moves In and Updates Childhood Home

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Today I would like to share a recent design project that has the most romantic back story. My clients, reached out to me and asked for my help creating a design plan for their new home. During our consultation I learned that it happened to be the childhood home that one of them grew up in. 

Not only is that in itself romantic, but the 1920's house is absolutely stunning. They asked me to help update the home without compromising it's original charm and character. We started in their Family Room, creating an updated design that embraced the gorgeous natural woodworking throughout the space. They were so happy with the results of our design plan, that they came back to us to help with the Formal Living Room and adjacent Dining Room. 

Here is a look...































Here is a look at the Living Room and Dining Rooms Together...






And, here is a look at all of the spaces we have designed in this home so far...



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