Rebecca’s Happy Place

She longed for a “curated, happy space that incorporates her beloved vintage elements, takes inspiration from nature, is artful, derives inspiration from quilt patterns and throws in a bit of whimsy. “

Location: Chester Springs

Project Overview:

The plan for this long narrow room with 3 entry points needed to
be optimized for entertaining 4-5 friends, enjoying the view and cuddling with her furry and not so furry family, while watching TV.

Also, she requested, that the new plan would include some of her your existing furniture.

She fell in love with the first rug that I showed her ( so did her doggy who curled up on it, right away!) The quilt inspired design is just the thing to make a statement that reflects her personality and unifies the color scheme.

The lovely drapery panels offer a waterfall of vibrant color to soften the space.

The minimalist recliner lends a sculptural element and relates nicely to the wall color.

The walnut cocktail table coordinates with the Mid Century Modern chairs that she had. The rounded corners also work well in the fairly small space to enable easy movement without being assaulted by unfriendly corners.

Placing the TV in the hallway is a great way to expand the usable space of this tight room and offer more possibilities for the layout.

It is amazing how the choice of the light fabric for the sectional makes such a difference to open up the room! The worry free performance fabric is just the ticket her to curl up with the 4-5 furry members of the family.

Rebecca’s Happy Place
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