Gorski house reveal!
I’m so excited to finally show you all the finished product from my lovely client here in Houston. I’ve been pretty MIA around here, thanks to the heavy load of virtual design work I’ve taken on. But I was finally able to take some time and photograph the final installed project, and man is she a beaut.
My client goals were to create something a little more modern with a touch of industrial and eclectic, and something that was easily transitional due to her being the recipient of almost all unwanted family things. Oh, and her husband had to approve of the sitting surfaces and overall concept to be sure that not just the girls of the house would enjoy the new spaces.
It was an easy undertaking, as our styles aligned nicely and communication stayed open about new ideas and thoughts for the space.
For this project, we had to keep in mind the entire space, including the kitchen and entry, as this home and floor plan are all open concept. We didn’t want to have the living room super contrast with the dining and we needed both spaces to blend in with the kitchen design seamlessly.
We started with a sofa (West Elm Andes sectional in color Platinum) and built around it. Moving on the to the rugs for each space, we needed them big and neutral, and coordinating between the 3 spaces. The kitchen is a white, gray, and black/brown combo, so this was the pallete we played in. The living room rug is another West Elm piece, while we went with a jute and cowhide pair for the dining to keep it clean, but also add a rustic touch to the otherwise modern space.
The living room side tables were all HomeGoods and Target finds while the coffee table was a steal from Joss & Main (60% off!).
If you didn’t see the previous post, shame on you, about the unfinished dining room and where to find all the products, click here.
I’ve got a few projects going right now, and once they are semi completed (because let’s face it, I’m impatient), you’ll get to see them in all their glory.