The vision for this space was to create a nursery that wasn’t overly baby or themed. We used a lot of furniture pieces that we had, and recreated them into functional pieces for the room. The armoire was passed down from my parents . We stained it black and converted it into a closet. I love that there is history in the furniture and in the photos throughout the room. The photos showcase Ford’s Dad, Grandpas, and Great Grandfathers. The result was a layered, dreamy white nursery with a lot of history. To view more pictures and detail visit our portfolio.
When browsing our portfolio you may notice a little pink here and there. We love how pink always seems to add the right pop. Sometimes we use it as one of our neutrals when designing a space. But it can also be used to bring that perfect element of surprise to a room. It’s definitely one of our favorite colors! We hope you enjoy our inspirations for decorating with a pop of pink.
When we saw this space we knew right away our vision was to create a simple, fresh dining room with clean lines. We started by smoothing all the walls to get rid of the orange peel texture. Then, we added wood trim and painted everything white. Next, we updated the buffet by painting it white and adding modern gold hardware. We salvaged the dining table by refinishing it to a lighter shade of wood. One of our favorite finds were the Mongolian fur and gold framed chairs. We finished the room with a gold modern chandelier, Mango Wood lamps, and accessories from West Elm and Z Gallerie. See below for the before and after pictures showing how to remodel a tuscan dining room.