As promised, I am sharing the remaining shots by Reverie Photography of my "Harwood" project. Today it is the family room which began as a tired, dark space which had served it's family well but was was in need of a "brighten-up." I posted previously about the space here.
As with the kitchen my clients, again, did a ton of work themselves from the removal of the wood paneling, to the arduous process of painting the beams and ceiling and the building of a bar (using pieces of the old wood paneling.)
After the paneling was taken down, the walls, despite being repaired, were in need of more than paint so another textured, paintable wall covering was installed.
There were several "family pieces" in the room that got a little fix-up including the "smoking stool" and the side table with TV tray drawers.
We also incorporated the many framed, stamped wildlife prints collected over the years.
One of my favorite transformations was the re upholstery of a pair of Overstock chairs with a stunning embroidery, which happened to be the inspiration fabric and jumping off point for the room.
I'll stop talking now and let the pictures finish the story….
I may have even imbibed on a little bubbly from "the bar" to celebrate a wonderful collaboration and a job well done!
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