Coburn



Problem:

Laura & Tom were ready for a new look for the living room. The color scheme was mauve and hunter green, and there was wall-to-wall carpeting. Tall shelving units made the room feel heavy, as well as an overabundance of furniture in the room.

 

Solution:

The walls were painted a warm butter color, and the ceiling a lighter shade of the same. Red made the perfect accent color. The carpeting was ripped up, exposing the hard wood floor beneath. A natural Cecil rug was laid down. The striped slip cover for the couch was switched out for a neutral beige color. Side tables, the large square coffee table, high-backed chairs and the shelving units were downsized.

An ottoman now serves as the coffee table. Some of Laura’s MacKenzie-Childs, Ltd. collection was pulled in, as well as artwork from various other rooms. A room divider curtain was hung in the doorway to the entry to add more privacy. Tom invested in a modern carmel-colored leather recliner. Now this room is very warm and inviting.

Although Jesse is very capable of thinking out of the box when it comes to decorating, she is also fully able to do amazing and creative work in a more traditional home setting. Potential clients should not be afraid to work with her, whatever your style; she will add that extra twist of interest that will transform your house into a home. – Laura Coburn

 

 

Back to Residential Projects

© Copyright Jesse Kline - Website deployed by Image Agent