Draperies make all the difference! I’ve been working on a house in Watercolor these past few weeks to create a bold and beautiful master bedroom with pops of navy and neutrals. Loving this bed from Lee Industries, hide bench from Universal, nightstands from Bungalow5, and lamp from Arteriors. Lots more to come from this stunning renovation– just wait til you see the before pics!
A sneak peak from one of my most recent installs in Watercolor, Florida! Stay tuned for more of this gorgeous residence!
I love a good before-and-after just as much the next person, but THIS ONE takes the cake! It was a labor of love, and still isn’t QUITE finished yet, but I couldn’t resist showing it off! Karen Kerns and I worked with the homeowner and contractor from the beginning to select all interior and exterior finishes, fixtures, paint, lighting, furniture, art, and accessories. Sure makes the project easy when you have a wonderful client and a great contractor! Thanks to everyone involved in making it a fun one! Stay tuned for more progress!
Upstairs Living/Dining BEFORE:
Upstairs Living/Dining DURING:
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Downstairs Guest Bedroom BEFORE and AFTER:
Downstairs Guest Bedroom 2 BEFORE AND AFTER:
Master Bedroom BEFORE and DURING:
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I never post much personal info on my blog, but today is bittersweet! My first home that I built from the ground up is closing! (Insert sad face, here). It’s been such a great home with so many memories. I hope the next owners love it as much as I did! It was such a fun design project as I got to pick all the finishes and started from scratch on furniture. Here are some of my favorite pictures; before, during, and afters!
Now for the AFTERS! It’s always more fun when it’s yours to decorate and make your own!
Here are some images of a job I recently completed in Watercolor. Its open floor plan living and dining area needed a fresh, coastal-casual look without the outdated striped couches and wicker furniture. We wanted to achieve this by changing out some main upholstery pieces while keeping other basic casegoods. And great news! You can rent this home for your next 30A vacation! Check out the link today!
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A little traditional, a little coastal– SO excited to see this new Watercolor project come to life! Stay tuned for our progress!
Lovelace is honored to be featured in the latest issue of Vie Magazine! It’s a beautiful article spotlighting our store, design team, and work. Check it out HERE!
Photography by: Colleen Duffley