E-Design: Susan’s Cabin Loft

 

susan bridges mood board

Susan’s cabin is one of the most beautiful homes I’ve ever been in. It’s unique, nature filled and surrounded, rustic-modern, and so completely different than the typical southern home, that it was beyond intriguing. Do you ever walk into a home, that feels completely loved for and lived in? This is one of those homes.

The E-design is for her a bookshelf area in her loft space, and my goal, was to keep the respect for her home style and surrounding nature, while bringing modern touches. The functional goal of the bookshelf, was to store old family photos. But beyond that, accessories and books were needed, as well as paint colors, and storage solutions.

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* An E-Design service provides the client with accessible design advice that sets the framework for a single room, for a set fee. All work is completed via telephone and email. All that is needed from the client is a completed design questionnaire, a budget, and images and dimensions of your room. Returned to the client will be a design concept, mood board (which is what you see above), a complete shopping guide which includes non-urgent and urgent items (usually sale items or items found on ebay/craigslist),and a detailed floorplan

Click here for design service inquiries. Or email me @ DahlHouseInteriors@gmail.com, Subject Line: Design Service Inquiry

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“E-Design: Susan’s Cabin Loft” was posted in the “design & decor” category of Dahl House Blog.

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