This reveal is months in the making. It was actually done for a long time, but I just got the chance to photographed it a few days ago. So here it is, finally gracing this blog.
If you want a little background about this project, check it out here. But for those who are too lazy to click that, this house is for two sisters, hence House of Femme. Ultra girly, no compromise needed. :)
I started with a blank slate since they are on an going renovation when I get into the picture, which means the before picture is pretty much nothing. Haha
Here are the nothingness...
Blank. Blank. Blank. The plan was to create a chic French inspired living space. And that is just what we did.
So without further ado, I present the Living/Dining space of the House of Femme.
The living space is so much fun. A plum formal looking but very comfortable sofa. Lots of pillows to move around. A very graphic zebra rug. Huge ornate mirror.
All the chairs they already own that we refinished and reupholstered. Some botanical prints were printed and framed to give the wall some color. We used their old chandelier to highlight the dining space.
We had moldings installed on that wall to amped up the Frenchness.
This is the view when seating on the bay window. Love this angle. I don't know what's with this shot but its one of my fave.
Their repainted china cabinet, and vintage bar cart.
And look who made an appearance... hello there! haha
I have a confession to make. I can't decide on how how to style the coffee table so if you check out the photos, they are totally inconsistent. I even removed everything for the last few shots. Well, a home evolves so let's call this a test run.
I'm so happy with this space. All the client's request and aesthetics were met, and they are happy as well. Which makes me much happier! OA na sa happy yan ha.. haha
What I love most about this space is that most of the furnishing you see here are just refinished stuff that the client already owned. The only new big pieces are the sofa and the dining table. See, you can build a new room with your existing stuff. :)
Up next is the bedroom reveal. Soon!