HistoryRenovation and Interior Design 2020-2022
Features Family-focused, Bright, bold, happy colors
How do you define “happy colors”? That was the question we set out to answer for this client whose energy and aura are perfectly suited for the bold, bright, happy colors her house displays. We started exploring wallpapers and fabrics until we found “the perfect ones” that elicited a happy dance.+
The rooms unfolded from there. With three kids, we needed to weave storage and durable finishes into the mix. The kitchen and bathrooms needed to make the most of their small footprint while working with the original bones of the house. We designed the interiors not just to maximize space but to delight the senses. The result is a secret garden of rooms that thrive on a new purpose and provide sighs of happiness whenever you walk through their bright spaces.
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Can you guess what fabric inspired this room?
A long and skinny kitchen provided the perfect spot for this custom-built, happy blue island which sits beneath the house’s namesake fabric, hydrangea heaven.
This iconic Schumacher wallpaper was one of our Happy finishes whose vines and garden colors begged for more vibrant colors to compliment it.
WIth its pale blue bird print, soft grays and warm corals, this room transports me to Bermuda where pastel house palettes and crisp white trim reflect the turquoise waters and white sandy beaches.
The entry runner from Annie Selke is th perfect introduction to the house and it’s playful palette.