8.02.2011

one room: three options

 Hi friends! I'm super swamped with work and home life right now, so my posts this week may be a bit sporadic. {If you have any tips on working from home with small children, I'd love to hear them!?}
 I have nine projects pending not including the T. house...so thankful.
  Here's a bit of what I've been working on.

Remember this client's space?


Here are three different approaches for 
new pillows and fabrics for the windows:


I know I have a favorite and so does my client.

Is there one you like best?


22 comments:

  1. I vote for the second one!

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  2. Abby, I love the first set, because the vibrant colors appeal to me most. This post is like a treasure hunt!

    Lucky client!

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  3. So fun! Love the first one best, the window fabric has some flexibility for changing colors/looks!

    Can't wait to see where this room is heading...

    Cathy

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  4. I really like option #3. I have no advice on working from home with small children since I am trying to figure out this one myself.

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  5. Definitely prefer the suzani to the zig zag on the windows. I sort of want to likw 3 the best because the bold patterns appeal to me, but I'm going to vote for 2. I think it's the most unique mix and like the different weights to the pillow fabric patterns. But of course they are ALL super fun!

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  6. Hmmm...I like them all! But maybe the second? Not sure...can't wait to see what you guys picked!

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  7. You go girl!! My favorite is # 3 - love it!! But I will say that I just used the Braemore fabric in #2 in my daughter's room and I LOVE that fabric. Can't wait to see what option is chosen.

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  8. #3 - its a balance of bold & subtle.

    For kids, I just arranged with a neighbor to swap playdates. 2-4 days per week we take turns hosting so we both get a break. I also just arranged with the sitter to come 3-4 afternoons per week for 2 hrs. Seriously, I don't know how you do it!

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  9. I'm for #1. I happen to love chevron in window treatments and I think it is a bold, brave choice. The look, I think, will qualify for a magazine! I also love the freshness of the pillow combination. The best thing about design? It is so incredibly subjective! :)

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  10. I vote for number 3, but could see any of the options working. Can't wait to see what they go with!

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  11. The wonderful decoration of your home. It is such a impressed work. Interior is awesome and excellent work. I vote for third one.

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  12. I like #3 - The giraffe pattern pillows would look great with the wall colour and add some punch without looking too summery (I find #1 looks very summery and sadly, I'm growing a little tired of chevron, but that's just me!)

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  13. As much as I LOVE the curtains in option 1, I would actually choose option 3 here. I think it's the most balanced, texturally.

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  14. I love #2, but need a little chevron from #1! Can't wait to see the afters...

    Tiffany {Living Savvy}

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  15. I'll take "door #2"!

    My kids are grown and out of the house, but when I was growing my business, I had help come in every day. When they started school full days, I limited my work to their school hours and they always knew that when I said "business call", it was time to be quiet. it can work but it's a balancing act, for sure!

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  16. Ooh, the second one, and can you please share that top pillow source with me? I love that print! As for mixing darlings and work, all I can say is, set a scheduled time for work and stick to it. They will get used to having a quiet time when you are working...one day :) If not, maybe there is a teenager around the neighbourhood who is looking for a couple of hours of babysitting each day? Hang in there, hon - x

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  17. My vote is number 3! I love the pillow selection...can't wait until we find out which one....!

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  18. The giraffe pattern pillows would look great with the wall colour. First from left side is my one of the favorite. Its prints are awesome.

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  19. Your home is looks very beautiful with numerous stuffs. I like your earnings from bunch of collection. It is perfect arrangement of each and every stuffs. The shape of every furniture is very simple but stylish.

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Abby M. Interiors is a boutique design firm based in Grand Rapids, MI. Combining the new traditional, vintage and a dash of the unexpected is her ideal. Contact Abby M. Interiors for more information on available interior design services for clients near and far. abbyminteriors@gmail.com

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