Problem: What to do with an empty shell? exactly how do you solve a issue like an apartment so lacking in character, so personality?poor, so boringly fundamental as well as — wait on it — no money!?
Solution: phone call me!
I’m going to have to pull out every concept in the book to turn this fundamental high?rise apartment into something with a hint of style.
The clients are two young women on the cusp of interesting careers in marketing as well as marketing. They’re fresh, fashion?savvy as well as fearless when it comes to colour as well as pattern. however we’re going to have to beg, borrow as well as take to discover furniture, accessories as well as art that in shape the teeny?tiny budget. Don’t concern though; I’ve got a few techniques up my sleeve.
I’m taking my motivation from a few sources. mix a bit of this with a dash of that, as well as we’ll get a personalized mélange that speaks to the clients as well as their passions.
To start, I’m looking to nyc vintage style authority Jonathan Adler. I’m believing a cheery vintage wallpaper may make an appearance in this project.
Next I’ll add in a healthy dose of natural fibers as well as beachy prints and colours like Tom Scheerer in his de Givenchy villa. like the blue as well as white.
Finally, I want this location to look young as well as H?A?P?P?Y. Something like Libertine brilliant Johnson Hartig’s location seen right here in Domino circa 2007. Zesty!
And now go into Debbie Downer: this is what I have to work with. Yawn. desire me luck.
Results to comply with soon!
See my style On A Dime blog publish for more before as well as after inspiration.
1. Michael Penney
2. Jonathan Adler, personal home in palm Beach
3. Tom Scheerer, de Givenchy Residence
4. Domino September 2007
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