Recently, I completed this casual and comfortable living area in Frisco, TX.
The homeowners had purchased the furniture from Rachel Benedict at Thomasville. A gorgeous sectional in a light taupe leather, complimented by industrial inspired tables…including a bar height table with stools. My job was to decorate it.
The room’s Transitional style is a total departure from the more Traditional look that the homeowners are comfortable with. The old world map provides that traditional element, while still moving in the direction of a more streamlined, simple look.
The room reflects the homeowner’s love of travel and we personalized it with evidence of their trips.
Two rustic shelves display their collection of city cups…each reflecting the name of a city they have visited.
Both love taking pictures, so a few of their favorite photos were enlarged and framed. These can be changed out every few months to display their latest adventures.
The time zones in 5 of their favorite cities…
Industrial jars filled with edible gum balls, Skittles and Jellie Beans…bringing fun and color to the space. Below, the homeowner’s initials in monogram tins personalize the bar.
We stocked the bar with the basic necessities (minus the alcohol…well ok, we got some wine!). In the corner, 2 industrial crates display their collection of Coca Cola bottles.
I loved decorating this room! Hope I’ve inspired!