I've mentioned before that a lot of my focus has been on one massive project in California, that has been in the works for more than a year. We are approaching the home stretch, and the last several weeks have been a crazy blur of major decision making.
I realized the other day that I have shared virtually NOTHING of this project or process. It's a great one, full of great vintage, statement lighting, tons of wallpapers, incredible colors, 4 bathrooms from scratch, incredible folding glass doors for that California indoor-outdoor appeal, and so on. The process has been so fluid it has been hard to stop and post about it. And I am saving the final choices for the big reveal.
But! It occured to me that it might be fun to share some of the looks that we DIDN'T go for.
So today, the entry.
I love this first look, but I knew even when sharing it with the client that it wasn't quite right for her.
This was more on the money in terms of elements in the house, but she didn't love the idea of a brown wood credenza.
This was the only option without a vintage storage piece. The mirror was vintage to make up for it! It doesn't read well in the photo, but the front of that buffet has a beautiful hex pattern engraved in it, and we do seem to have hexagons popping up through out the house.