I promised I’d share my process with you for the designer house room I’m working on…
So here are a few before images of the space, taken by me when I first visited the home, early in February.
The ample sunroom at the Bucks County Designer House is approximately 13'deep x 16'wide and has windows on three walls. It is sited directly off the kitchen in the designer house and will be the final room on the house tour.
The floors of the sunroom are elegant terra-cotta tiles (which need a good cleaning)…I’m planning to incorporate the coral/pink/gold tones into the room’s design. I plan to install an 8’x10′ area rug (more on that later) and lots of fun vintage furnishings.
Soon, I’ll share some fabric choices with you, along with the cool vintage items I plan to put in the room. I think I’ll do some fun things with the layout in the space as well…I like to do the unexpected so my space becomes more memorable.
In the meantime the BCDH Empty House Party is coming up on Sunday, February 23rd. For tickets and more information, click here: http://www.buckscountydesignerhouse.org/ehp/
Stay tuned and feel free to weigh-in with your own ideas for the sunroom.
What would you do with this empty space? Help me brainstorm in the comment section. I love to hear from you!
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