We've been busy bees this spring- styling, photo-shooting, editing, blogging, and it's a good thing because we love it! Last week, we shared this here coffee shop and today, on a totally different note, we're thrilled to share a before + after of a darling living room. Our New York client, Mariely, has been an absolute delight to work with! She has great taste and her charming, vintage home has lots of character. Mariely's busy work schedule served as inspiration to create a soothing, inviting retreat with cheery accents and who doesn't love a good pop of pink?! Thanks Mariely, for using Rehabitat and giving us the chance to make the most of your living room!
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Our VERY kind and sweet client, Leah, agreed to let us share in progress images of her dining room, which we are happy to say is moving along quite nicely.
Her quaint 1940's home oozes vintage charm with arched doorways and original wood floors but the existing dining room corner cabinets were not a favorite. SO. After a back and forth about possible demo and construction and completely new cabinets and built ins and doors, etc, etc, etc, we decided to keep it simple, take the doors off and make it work. And it did! Painting everything the same color and adding paneling to distract from some of the inconsistent lines makes the room feel larger and more cohesive. Our notes above highlight more plans for the room that we are excited to post once completed! Thanks to Leah for allowing us to share and for being a dream client!