Attached are several design boards illustrating my concepts for your spaces. I very much appreciate your wish to have a contemporary space – one that functions for today’s lifestyle – and yet remain true to the character of your new home. To that end, the design I’ve created emphasizes an open space with an up-to-date color scheme that flows well and is not hindered or complicated with unnecessary furniture or accessories. Your 50” television is on the wall as you requested but, maybe not the wall you had in mind! The dynamic change to that partial stairway wall with its façade of natural stone is an homage to the traditional and earthy nature of the home and the natural wood furniture you love. The sofa is very contemporary, functional, and comfortable. The other furniture pieces are timeless – in the Mission/Prairie style. Your WWI and WWII posters are amazing – and a treasure for sure! I was both happy and excited to be able to use them in the space. I’ve complimented them with a few other posters of the same general time period and capped off the artwork with a contemporary piece over a timeless Prairie-style Morris chair. In the dining room, I’ve given you a round table (additional leaves are available for larger dinner parties) which is complimented by the round drum light you liked. I feel like the Chevron curtains you’ve chosen for the French doors will work perfectly! I’ve added a version of them in my renderings to give you an idea of how they will work in your space. Although you didn’t initially specify that the kitchen would be done as well, I did see in one of your responses that you intend to reface the cabinets. I’ve given you an idea in the renderings along that line as well. I’ve changed out the cabinet faces to be a lighter wood and in a Shaker style. The lighter wood really brightens up the space and I think, even makes the kitchen look a bit larger. And Shaker style – while popular in centuries past – is very hot today. So, there you have it! All the pieces and artwork on the design boards and the renderings are actually pieces which are available… right down to the natural stone wall. The paint is Valspar paint from Lowes (I’m assuming you’re in the United States – with a Cape Cod home!). I’d be happy to share the lists of furniture, accessories, artwork, and paint colors with you when you choose to work with me on your design. Thank you for the opportunity to work on your space – I had a lot of fun with it, and look forward to the possibility to continue working with you!
William Haigh Design
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