Hi again! I'm back with Part II of this recent bedroom update that we did for my client's college age daughter. I wanted to share a little bit about the design process and how it came together.
Interior design concepts are created after my initial conversations with my clients in conjunction with their inspiration images (if they are provided). In this case, my client specifically wanted white bedding with pops of color and from there...I started!
When I develop design concept boards, the elements in each board are interchangeable. Often times, the final design is an amalgamation of the overall ideas presented. I love collaborating with my client to tweak the ideas so that my client is part of the process. These are the designs that I first shared with my client after we initially met:
This design includes a graphic dark rug, with added pops of blush and turquoise. The art is whimsical and colorful.
A more traditional design, this concept included a linen bed, with champagne shimmery lamps and abstract art.
This third design concept shows the bold lavender area rug and a blend of abstract art and photographic art.
In the end, this was the final concept board -- as you can see we took elements from the first concept (side tables, lamps, dresser) and the chair from the second concept, and the rug and accent pillows from the third concept.
We selected the paint color (Benjamin Moore Mascarpone -- one of my favorite whites!), added the navy fabric for the chair and the beautiful custom lumbar pillow to complete the look.
You may have noticed that the art in the final design concept is different than what is on the walls now. While I always place art in my concept boards, the final selection is always a separate meeting with my client to review art options that speak directly to their heart.
In my next post, I'll take you on the journey of how we selected the art for this space. :)
Thank you so much for stopping by! If you need interior design help, please don't hesitate to contact me! I love helping people create a space that brings joy!