When I first meet with the Bradham family they originally were wanting my opinion on wall color. But once we got to talking it was clear that the walls weren’t the problem. They had collected furniture and decor during their marriage, which was all in the brown family, but the home they moved into two years ago had grey and white tile, white kitchen cabinets, and grey walls. So nothing was jelling. Since the walls were freshly painted and the furniture was old, I asked “Why don’t we put your money where it’s going to make the largest impact and keep things fresh for years to come?” It was clear to me that we could really turn their home into the dream space they had always wanted without paint, cabinetry, and flooring.
The result…a chic, industrial mash up! Nicole and Jeff were great to work with. They knew what they didn’t like and that always makes my job a lot easier. After some digging I was able to come up with a pallet that would work wonderfully with the grey backdrop while adding some colors that they really loved…teal, orange, and navy. My favorite piece is that navy china hutch with copper plates and teal cups.
Thank you Bradhams for allowing me to serve your family and forgiving me freedom to give you something unique. It was a true honor and I look forward to working with you in the future.
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