COMPLETED PROJECTS

01       B A B Y' S   R O O M

02        K I D 'S   R O O M  

We were honoured to help this local celeb decorate her baby's room. She showed us these gorgeous prints that she'd bought online and we put the rest together for her. 

 

 

 

 

 

This young, proudly South African, chap was so excited about his new "grown-up" room that he barely left our sides during the installation process. We repainted the entire room: adding a feature red below the dado rail. Dated formica cupboards were also given a lick of paint and new "car-themed" knobs. We made up new curtains in a timeless stripe fabric, dressed his bed with new car-themed linen and cushions and added storage, floating shelves, vinyl wall stickers and a fabulous SA flag rug. The client absolutely adores his "hand" chair which we reupholstered in a vivid red fabric. His Mom was truly amazed by the transformation. 

 

 

 

 

03       NURSERY

This couple didn't want to find out the sex of their baby so I followed the brief of keeping it grey and white and unisex and created a nursery that any parent would want to spend time in; light grey star wallpaper adorns the main wall. I removed old blinds and replaced the window treatment with a sleek wave track system, grey sheer front curtains and a separate back blockout lining (for good night sleeping. I used my Eli print fabric (www.scarlettfine.co.za) for cot linen basics and and an accent scatter on the feeding chair. We also painted all other walls and cupboards in a crisp white to finish off the room

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04        BABY'S ROOM

This mom was so delighted to be having a girl that she wanted "all out" pretty.​ We made up stunning eyelit, blockout curtains in a soft stripe, added in sweet florals for accent scatters and compactum cushion, a mozzie net for that girly feel and some custom-painted canvases to match a gifted quilt. 

05       T W E E N    B E D R O O M

This tween's room needed to do

some "growing up". We moved the

bed to the other wall and added

some accent and photo memory printed scatter

cushions. We custom built a gorgeous desk with a side craft desk section to create an organised homework station. We added some floating shelves on the unused wall next to the built in cupboards, to house all of her books. And last but certainly not least, we turned her existing walk-in closet into a secret dressing space: with a floating dressing table, more shelves, a mirror and finally a custom-made jewellery board to keep her jewels safely organised

06     T O D D L E R ' S    B E D R O O M 

This little boy was moving into his "big boy" room. The brief was to create a room that was playful but at the same time, would last a good few years. We started with sturdy furniture and using an existing double matress, made up a bedframe with a clever pull-out underbed (perfect for sleepovers) We used a lime, blue and white stripe wallpaper for the feature wall, added a white bedside pedestal with a lamp (which we put on a dimmer switch) and added some fun bedlinen including a personalised name scatter which all kids love. We provided a neat storage solution for big toys - with pull out drawers and some hand-painted canvases by our clever artist. The kids craft table and chairs provides a seating area for colouring time. We used a well-priced plain blue denim for the curtains, with a blockout lining (for late sleeping, hopefully!) The end result was met with loads of joy from both child and parents. 

 

07     B A B Y' S    R O O M 

We helped create a perfect baby boy room: transport wallpaper, a single daybed with plump cushions for the night feeds and finishing touches of customised canvases and a striking red tiered wall-shelf. Mom and Dad were beyond delighted and had this to say: "Thank you! REALLY love it. We keep walking back into the room to marvel!" 

 

08      T W E E N' S   B E D R O O M

This client wanted a theme that her son could grow into adulthood with so, knowing his love of music, we commissioned five hand-painted canvases with various guitars for the wall. A few stripe and denim scatters help pull the colours together, while a Union Jack scatter sits proudly on the brown leather Chesterfield sofa at the bottom of the bed.

 

09       T W E E N' S   B E D R O O M

This young girl chose her paint colour all on her own and then it was left to us to makeover her room. We painted the main wall in a slightly darker shade of the turquoise, gave her a new headboard, double bed, new linen and scatters to snuggle into while reading (her favourite passtime) We made up fabric blinds in a sophisticated stripe fabric for a sleeker and more grown-up look. A blanket box (with a lid and hidden internal storage - perfect for winter clothes and blankets) was custom-made to fit a recess. Our artist decoupaged photos to make up a heart canvas as a once-off work of art. And then we had a custom desk made up for her with enough space to fit a laptop and shelves and cupboards to hide clutter. 

 

10     B A B Y   N U R S E R Y

This baby girl was brought home to a nursery fit for a princess. We chose a soft grey and pink heart motif wallpaper for an accent wall. We made up beautiful cot linen using the softest pink ginghams and grey damask fabrics, with little heart accents. We added some scatters to the bed and a soft pink throw. Above which we framed up some prints of ballerinas and bible verses that the parents provided me with. A neutral upholstered feeding chair and footstool was custom-made for extra-comfy feeding time. Stuffed fabric hearts were suspended from the ceiling instead of a mobile, above the change station. The final finishing touch was Josephine's name laser cut out of mirror and installed in a recess in her cupboards....just beautiful!

 

11      K I D 'S    B E D R O O M

This brother and sister duo are inseparable and wanted to share a bedroom. We started by closing up the one side window as it intefered with bed placement and for once, added too much light into this room (this is rare!) I made up two matching grey upholstered headboards, added in an additional white bedside pedestal, some monogrammed and chevron scatters (with accents of citrus yellow) A grey windmill wall vinyl just adds another dimension instead of art. The geometric rug was sourced as a final touch! 

 

12      K I D 'S    B E D R O O M

This brother and sister duo are inseparable and wanted to share a bedroom. We started by closing up the one side window as it intefered with bed placement and for once, added too much light into this room (this is rare!) I made up two matching grey upholstered headboards, added in an additional white bedside pedestal, some monogrammed and chevron scatters (with accents of citrus yellow) A grey windmill wall vinyl just adds another dimension instead of art. The geometric rug was sourced as a final touch!