Clay Project - Living Room.

Today, is the day kids.  I'm finally sharing the pics of the finished Clay Project Living Room.  I am rejoicing.  Believe me.  This has been a long time coming.  As, I've previously said...this was a three year project (for various reasons.)  But, it's done.  And, frankly, I'm tired of waiting.  If it gets published, great.  If, it doesn't, it doesn't.  I've been sitting on this for too long, and I'm ready to share not only here, but on my site as well. 

I'm going to show you all angles of this room.  It was a bitch to shoot, because it's such a dark home.  It's an adorable little bungalow, but as such, has very little natural light coming in.  AND, I'm not the best at Photoshop.  But, I did the best I could, and they turned out ok, I think.

All of the lighting was already chosen by the architect and in place when I was brought on.  So, I can't take credit for the lighting fixtures.  But, the rest....the rest was all me.  I came into an empty home, and started from scratch.  It was a dream, really.     

The shot above is looking into the lovely dining room with built-ins and the amazing wallpaper we chose.   We got the sofa, ottomans, and chairs (reupholstered) from One Kings Lane.  The daybed was custom made, and covered in fabric by Hollie Cooper Interiors.  It was our take on Kelly Wearstler's "Channels" fabric.  It turned out to be a showstopping piece.  The art, oh the art!!!!  It's by Ashley Woodson Bailey.  It is perfect for this space, and was one of the first things chosen. 

We had this rolled steel console, custom made for the spot just behind the sofa.  The Venini lamps are a favorite of the homeowners.  They add some much needed sparkle to the whole look.  The massive mirror is from Anthropologie. 

Above is a head on shot.  Dark, I know.  But you get a good idea of the layout. 

Another fun angle. 

In this shot you can see the details on the coffee table.  Those obelisks are so cool.  They were found on Chairish.  I love that site for details, and knick knacks.  Below, is an up close and personal shot of the insane zinc urns from 1st Dibs.  They are spectacular, for sure.  They were also, one of the first things found and bought. 

So there you have it.  The Clay Project Living Room is a mystery no more.  As I've said before.  I am infinitely proud of this project.  The clients are thrilled.  I'm thrilled.  All's well that ends well.

Hope you enjoyed it.  Next up...the Dining Room and Library.  

'Til then...

1 comment:

Mary said...

It looks amazing! I love the custom items and I can’t wait to see more of the home.

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