Client Consultation…Dining Room Redesign

It’s been a little while since I shared a client project so here’s one of my most recent.

A little while back I was contacted by Sonja.
She has a charming home and wanted some inspiration to inject her gorgeous little dining nook with a touch of fresh cottage-coastal flair.
She wanted to retain the existing paint scheme, wall panelling and dining setting though was open to new ideas for flooring, window treatments and general decor.

So here’s what I came up with….

A new window seat for storage (and coziness!), rustic floor boards and a natural area rug, bamboo romans to show-off the gorgeous bay windows, a big mirror to reflect light and create the illusion of space, some harmonious colour pops to inject personality, a rustic narrow dresser to create an eye-catch and simple decor to let the room’s architectural elements shine through.

And here are the comparison before and afters…

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10 Comments
  1. Great vision. I love the simple changes but with great impact.

  2. I love it! It will look amazing. Have fun and good luck!

  3. Andrea says:

    I love it! How beautiful it will look!

  4. Such a sweet beachy little room! Great job, Kristine! You always know just the right design changes and improvements to make. Such talent…..! :)

    xoxo laurie

  5. oh my gosh. That is totally my dining room. (okay, obviously it’s not, but it’s REALLY close!) http://www.onthebanksofsquawcreek.blogspot.com

  6. Love this! What do you charge for this process?

  7. Anria says:

    Your software is great! What do you use?

  8. Ognjen says:

    Hi,
    How did you make that cabinet for the seat in bay window? I keep trying with corner cabinet but can’t get them to connect. Great design by the way. Love it.

    Best Regards!

    • Kristine says:

      Sorry, this was merely a design plan for a client to implement so I wasn’t personally involved with remodelling the room. Sorry I can’t help.

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