A couple weeks ago, I shared an example of an e-design project, complete with mood boards and floor plans. There are occasions, however, when clients just want what I refer to as "mini e-designs". These clients are mainly seeking design guidance on a more limited scale, i.e. conceptual design and space layout ideas. Here is an example...
CONTEMPORARY LIVING ROOM CONCEPTUAL DESIGN
This client requested design help to create a contemporary living/family room. Their room was a hodgepodge of furnishings and accent pieces, and they needed help making the room feel/look more current and cohesive. The space is where the family hangs out and watches television, so a TV was necessary. They also wanted a fireplace! The sectional was the only furniture piece they asked to keep in the design.
The mood board above factors in a sectional, as requested. But I also suggested that they consider a sofa that would be better suited to the room size-wise (mood board below). In both cases, I recommended having only one sofa/sectional, plus accent chairs for a more intimate and flexible grouping.
Sources are not provided out of respect to this client.
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