Here’s “Part 2″ of my previous blog, on the evolution of my friends Jenn and Brandon’s new Historic East Nashville home. After perusing some “idea starters” together, I created some options for them, using our computer 3d model of their house. Below is the original semi-”Scandanavian” warm and woody furniture scheme, which we had used to test out the interiors during the house design phase.
And below is “option 1″ for “mixing modern with traditional styles” – a funky mix of traditional style furniture with modern.
Jenn really liked the curves in the chairs, along with the mix of color pop with neutral. Both liked the “wallpaper” at the end of the dining room table. They thought either a large abstract one as shown, or possibly a “map-for-wallpaper” similar to one in the last blog, could be cool.
And here is “option 2″.
They liked the furniture in this one. Brandon really liked that sofa. Jenn is holding out for a cool variation on the chaise lounge of her own choosing in the back corner. Both liked the shape of the side chairs – Brandon wanted no detailing whatsoever; Jenn wanted some fabric pattern with a cool vibe to it. I’m sure whatever these two come up with will be worthy of note…..