Window seat/daybed designDaybed with all the woodwork and pillows completed
Here is the slideshow of the process my husband used to build the daybed based on my design sketch (and consultation). See also the slideshow for the process…
Our attic remodel project provided me with a great opportunity to set up a dedicated yet flexible sewing space. It's a great working space, and makes excellent use of the odd-shaped room.
The client wanted to create a room to serve as her TV watching room most of the time, but that could also serve as an occasional guestroom. She wanted to find something cheerful, yet relatively modern that would look good against the freshly painted fushia walls.
The client had old country kitchen style furniture in her dining room that was no longer to her taste. We replaced the table, chairs, credenza, corner light, ceiling fan, and added an art print and some shelves..
The furniture in the client's living room was old and out of date. She wanted a whole new design with a modern flair, that would seat at least six people, and give her a comfortable and inviting place to entertain guests or curl up and read.
Client had an important guest coming for a long weekend stay, and had temporarily furnished the eat-in kitchen in her new home with a metal table and chair set meant for outdoor dining.
This house came with a crazy 3-part deck, no part of which was really large enough to be useful. A demo and rebuild of the deck also includes adding a beautiful pergola.
A porch floor that was rotting provides opportunity for a few additional improvements in this lovely old covered porch.
A generous floored space in the attic becomes a great place for an office, sewing nook, library, and a plush daybed on which to read.
With family and friends always hanging out in the kitchen during visits, a seating area in the large dining room/kitchen space is both welcoming and practical.
This dining room only requires a few cosmetic changes, like paint and trim, to be more welcoming.