Client project, an updated study......

I learned an important lesson when I began
doing this post - I must take more 'before' photos
of the spaces I work on.....

I have just ONE pathetic photo of the study that I worked on for 
a client/friend.  The space is just off the entry of the home,
has a sort of craftsman/mission style vibe and is used by the
family for studying, working and reading. All the 
furniture and the rug had to stay.  What needed to
go was the orangey/red-ish walls.  The painting below
was purchased by the homeowner in Thailand and
was the inspiration behind the new and improved space.

the ONE and only 'before' photo

Below is the design board I did for the client - I loved
the idea of using grasscloth on the walls and was thrilled
when the client did too!  As you will see below - grasscloth
{done in an earthy green} is really the show-stopper in this space!


And here is the updated space!

Obviously, I started with a great space already - the desk was
the homeowners grandfather's that they incorporated into the 
built-ins when they built the home, love that!  The client
wanted the rug to stay and of course, that painting is 
really a great focal point above the fireplace.

We updated the space with fretwork lampshades {from Target!}, the 
fun ikat pillow from Ballard Designs and accessories from 
Homegoods, Shop Furbish and Wayfair - some of my
favorite go-to's for finishing a space!

And I am not going to take credit for styling the 
bookcases - my talented client did that all by herself,
along with the gallery wall.

My client/friend has a stationary business called Paper Moon,
so it is fitting that she has the sweet paper wreaths
on the doors leading into the room.

If you would like my help creating a space you love,
email me at jill.hinsondesigns@gmail.com.

 THANKS to my client who trusted me, believed in the design
plan and executed it beautifully!

2 comments on "Client project, an updated study......"
  1. Wow Jill that looks great!! Love the grass cloth on the walls.

  2. Jill the grasscloth on the walls was a perfect idea...great way to add texture. You brought that room together!


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