Portfolio Peek: Hawks Wood Living Room

While most of the design of our client’s rooms consisted of new and old pieces, our transitional living room was created from the ground up.  With a request for “blue and white” (see our inspiration) and some great pieces from Kravet, we designed a living space with plenty of seating for guests.  Not to mention a couch for each when watching movies at home.  We also loved how the monograms complimented our slipper chairs.  Not only are they the initials of our clients, but also serve as “right” and “left” too…

Photos by my photographer Michael Hunter.

On the Job with C: Living Room Fabric

My clients requested a blue and white living room.  They wanted it to be fresh, warm and coastal but not too beachy.  We started with Crossroads Snow Kravet Smart for the sofas (to add color flexibility to the future), two fun herringbone chairs and a Ralph Lauren pinstriped ottoman for the center.  Linen navy drapery and pillows in Kravet, Duralee and Schumacher fabrics tie it all together.  I can’t wait to install it.

{1} Fabric Tray {2} Inspiration  {3} Top Pin of the Day {4} More Inspiration

On the Job with C: Living Room

I’m so grateful I like my job.  Things are flying and I’m working harder than ever.  I have so many great projects,  wonderful clients and sometimes wish I didn’t have to sleep.   Here is a glimpse of the Dallas living room we are working on.  The client wanted to lighten up her place, so we are painting all the cabinets white and going with some neutral fabrics on large pieces as well as some blues and greens as accents.  We just placed the order for fabrics and furniture….I can’t wait to see it come to fruition.

{1} Tray of fabrics selected mainly from Kravet {2}  Fun ottoman which can be used as a coffee table and also for seating.  {3} Color palette inspiration from Pinterest  {4} Sofas  – we ordered two opposite on another, one with a bed and one without.

Portfolio Peek: Hawks Wood Kitchen

My clients wanted a white kitchen with durable marble.  Those two words often don’t go hand in hand, see post.  So we requested Cambria countertops, installed a beautiful a warm gray backsplash and highlighted the area with some Savoy Penrose pendants that fit the bill perfectly.  The client’s existing corner cabinet was joined with a new farm table and Pottery Barn Wynn Chairs in the eating area.  The butler area got a kick of Ann Sacks metallic bronze subway..and before you knew it, we had the kitchen….

Photos by my photographer Michael Hunter.