Beachy Boheme exists to create spaces that foster love and happiness in others. In this case, revamping a room in a newly purchased home was the cause of that happiness!
Read on to see how we took a client's idea and transformed it into a reality in the span of just a few weeks.
The client came to us to transform a room in their new house, with the purpose of entertaining friends. In order to give them the relaxed, airy vibe they were looking for, the original outdated space needed some TLC... starting with a coat of paint.
We did a walk through with the client to get a feel for the room we’d be working with, asked the couple to give us some insight into their budget and color and style preferences, and then we got to work!
We created three unique design concepts with their preferences in mind:
Concept 1: Beachy
Concept 2: Breezy
Concept 3: Boho
Our client chose concept #2 "Breezy" and we got cranking on the procurement and installation (as in putting together an Ikea table). If you're curious to find out more about our process for converting ideas to reality, check out this link!
From designing, editing, and ordering to installing, our process took just a few weeks for this project (most of the lag time spent waiting for furniture to arrive)! And we managed to get the husband's seal of approval, too. Double win. Click here to see more pictures of the final product.
If you'd like to create a similar look, check out the links below for sources:
If you're considering a makeover for your home or apartment, we can save you some money with our designer discounts with amazing home decor vendors like these! Send us a quick email at firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information.
Til next time!
Hanin at Beachy Boheme
I used to be a huge fan of gallery walls. Emphasis on used to be. (Past tense.)
That is until I came to the realization that I just can't pull them off properly.
Gallery walls have to be precisely executed to look polished. Otherwise your wall can end up looking like a hot mess! Trust me, I know from personal experience. I just took down my own gallery wall because I gave up on trying to make it something it will never be. Crème brûlée can never be Jell-O (and vice versa).