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August 31, 2010

HOW TO MAXIMIZE SPACE IN A SMALL LIVING ROOM

Filed under: living room,Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — jherzlinger @ 9:11 pm

Hello! Today I came across our new challenge for the week as I am working on a Living Room in an apartment in New York City

The challenge is that the windows that look out to a great view run into a wall and the client wants to maximaize the seating as they entertain alot and very casually.

Look for the floor plan tomorrow!! and the solution by friday!

Jamie

August 30, 2010

Girl's Room Reveal!

Filed under: Uncategorized — jherzlinger @ 5:55 pm

I have finally finished the little girl’s room and it looks fantastic! Going off the inspiration pictures, the color concept is a raspberry pink and bright green. Below are a few renderings and you can follow the links that show the space plan, materials and furnishings used. This space is great because it allows flexibility for the girl and her parents. I used fun feminine fabrics with classical furnishings to allow for the space to grow with the girl. Universal design principles were used in the furniture and the book shelving to allow people of all ages to function in the space. One of my favorite aspects, as I stated earlier, is the geometric carpet design. The canopy is fit for a princess but easily removable when the client sees fit. Tufted walls add visual interest, safety and adds a softness to the room. The space can move from play to studying as the years go one with lots of space of flexibility and two twin beds means room for more. I think the client will love this design solution and I hope you do too! Let me know what you think and please share any design elements that you like or have done for a child’s room.

August 28, 2010

continued design on little girl's room-update!

Filed under: Uncategorized — jherzlinger @ 8:19 pm

Hello! yes I know today is Saturday and I have not posted the finished room as of yet!
i took more time in designing the carpet pattern so that it would work with out fabric choices! its looking great! Please check on end of day this Monday as we will have the finished room!  also-the Caron Street project is our latest one-we just photographed that and already one of the photos has been chosen to be entered in the Veranda Competition for great spaces! We are very excited that Nancy Epstein the owner of Artistic Tile fell in love with that room!  The tile on the floor is from Artistic Tile so be sure to check it out! Have a great weekend! Jamie

August 26, 2010

PROGRESS ON LITTLE GIRL'S ROOM

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — jherzlinger @ 1:06 am

Hello! i found thee most fabulous fabrics between yesterday and today! i have taken photos of them so you may see the development and get great ideas for your project!

Tomorrow starts the floor plan and the cabinetry so we will be ready for Friday’s unveiling! Have a great night!

August 23, 2010

Challenge: To design a child's room

Filed under: children's rooms — jherzlinger @ 9:12 pm

In designing this child’s room, which by the way is for a young lady of six years, I have to take my clues from how the family lives. And their evolving needs; sleepover parties for their daughter, a feminine room that she is able to grow up in and by merely changing out the desk and chair to fit her when she is older.  Those are the only two pieces that I can change going forward. Their daughter has to be able to make her own bed in the morning and have shelves for her books and toys and also a lot of floor space for she and her friends to play.  i have been given inspiration photos and i start from there. i am going to show to you the inspiration photos and update ideas daily for you to follow! by this Friday we should have the room finished and ready for the presentation!

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