When Jennifer reached out to me back in the fall of 2019, she was looking for some help in making her newly built house feel cozier. She had done a great job finding pieces that helped her with function, but was looking to cover some bare walls and for advice on how to use existing pieces. She preferred to do the shopping, so this client-designer relationship was more of a virtual one. I enjoy working with clients in all sorts of ways that cater to their preferences and their schedules.
Together we formed a plan to tackle a few spaces at a time starting with the family room. A few quick and inexpensive solutions like adding simple, white curtain panels to each of the windows make the whole room feel more cohesive and pulled together. This also gives a neutral base to play with color and pattern in accents such as pillows. We also used an existing console as our foundation for decorating one of the walls. I created a Koryn Design Board for her that helped her visualize an option for things that could go both on the wall and on top of the console.
After a few messages exchanged and some real-time feedback while she was shopping, we landed on this space, and the client and designer couldn’t be happier! Jennifer is really catching on to this decorating thing and I have no doubt she’ll continue to create a space she loves.