Bushwood Progress

McN4McN8McN6 McN3McN2Sorry for the pumpkin head. I didn't feel right posting a picture showing my client's son. Plus Halloween is today, so why not.McNam2388978af349b937c97af311f27f65fe9db0307c128fdd82ae201f746a06c957fProgress. Every aspect of that word makes me happy - especially on projects with a lot of custom details.  Custom takes thought, precision in design and patience during fabrication and installation. When progress is happening, all the hard work, revisions and waiting is worth it! I especially love the custom door hardware we had made from a local ironsmith. Slightly gothic, unique and stylish is what my client wanted. I have to say, it's turning out to be a smoking hot room! We're almost there. We are waiting for a huge piece of art to be delivered from my client's collection and execute final styling plans. It will soon be ready for its photo shoot. We're starting to think about the family room upgrade, which will have a similar but more casual feel, using sumptuous but kid-freindly fabrics and interesting pattern and textures. This room will be designed to watch TV, read books and be used as a spill-over room during the many large parties they have with friends; which apparently involve many a spilled glass of red wine.  Designing for real life is current and chic. Stuffy, unaccessible rooms are of the past. To keep the flow happening, we're changing the walls to a warm pewter finish and painting the coffered ceiling dark charcoal. We're proposing a durable but stylish sectional from Crate and Barrel and adding hand-made pillows for added interested and reupholstering the existing chairs with gorgeous fabric. The surprise element to the room is sublime leather floor tiles from Torlys. We'll stain the floor espresso like we did in the dining room and inset the leather tiles to look like a large area rug. It wears beautifully, is unique and adds a high end look for a reasonable cost. It's a start, but my I'm totally on board with this scheme already. Let's hope our clients are too! [pin text = "Bushwood"]