The renovation of my first project (yay!) had began.
The client had a very specific requirement for the use of space. It should have a table that could sit at least three people, a couch for guests, a gallery of past work, large mirror for fittings, and PLENTY of storage for wardrobe, magazines, books, and other stuff.
All in a 19 sqm space.
Here's what's going to happen:
That's not a detailed details, but the much shorter version of the conversation I had with the contractor and the client. This post will be extremely long and boring if I share all the nitty-gritty, and I'm pretty sure you already want to see the good part, the moodboard. :) One last none boring thing, the adjoining bathroom will receive a complete makeover too, details on another post. We'll remove the tub to make way for the hidden storage behind the mirrored wall, and replace it with a smaller shower area instead.
Here you go, the moodboard I made for the space, I'm sure all the arrows above will make more sense with these boards. (two versions with just a few color switcheroo <-- I finally got to use that word! haha)
I'm loving the drama of jewel colors against a fresh backdrop. The colors liven up the space without being juvenile.
I can't wait to finish up that room, but I'm actually enjoying the process of slowly getting there, dust and all.
Which of the two is your favorite?