The holidays are over and a new year is upon us. That means it is no longer socially acceptable to put Baileys in the morning coffee and JD Mills is officially back in workflow mode.
I have a ton of projects in the works for 2015, but I’m going to kick the year off sharing photos of a project I completed in the middle of last year. You might recall that gorgeous ceiling I designed, well I am finally showing off the completed space.
Adding architectural details is my favorite element to the spaces I design, and this ceiling is no exception. I must say it turned out fantastic, although very difficult to shoot. Architectural Elements did a phenomenal job executing my vision, by manufacturing, prepping and installing the ceiling, crown, and panel moulding. You can read more about the entire process HERE.
I can’t seem to resist a good topiary in an urn. These urns were found at a local secondhand store – score!We ended up returning the originally selected chandelier and went with something a
lot little more blingy. I like that is adds so much sparkle, but is still a simple shape.I am crazy for this barmoire and actually quite jealous my client got it. I had originally sourced it for my own dining room.
Cheers!I loves me a Louis style chair, especially with nailhead trim. I also think Perisan or Oriental style rugs can work in any space. The completed space is elegant, but still unique. I hope you like it as much as I do.While working on the dining room, I also did a little refresh in the powder room.It’s hard to tell in the picture, but the wallpaper is sparkly and textured, almost like glitter..
You can read about the design process HERE, but the long story short goes a little like this…
As always, a huge thank you to the lovely and talented Megan Thiele for her photography skills.
Happy New Year!