The Royal Highlands Project Reveal

Project Reveals

This was a semi-secret project, no? Just kidding. Strictly furnishing jobs are hard to hashtag and document through the process, so sometimes a reveal can come up and you’ll be like, “Whoa – what is this?!”

The Royal Highlands project was just beyond lovely. The home had a great layout. The family had great style. All we needed was to bring in beautiful furniture, textiles, and accessories (oh, and change a light or four).

At the beginning of every project I do, I have clients fill out a “style diagnostic”. This provides us with a common vocabulary as we talk about the space, and gives me a clear direction as I begin to design. The key descriptives this sweet family wanted for their space were organic, comfortable, minimal, earthy, and happy. I really think we hit the nail on the head, but don’t take my word for it…

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I just love it so much. Which is your favorite space? I’m partial to the way the living room turned out…but I truly am so proud of it all!
Some links for you patient readers…

Dining Room

Dining Table (similar)

Dining Chairs

Chandelier (similar)

Black Vase

Mache Bowl (vintage, but similar)

Dining Rug

Living Room

Area Rug

Leather Sofa

Slip-Covered Sofa

Accent Chair

Coffee Table (similar)

Side Table (color sold out, but same style)

Console Table

Table Lamp

Glass Vase

Wood Chain

Throw Pillows

Abstract Print

Landscape Print

Kitchen

Counter Stools

Island Pendant Lights

Breakfast Table (similar)

Chairs

Globe Pendant

xo,

sarah

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  1. Stefi M says:

    Gosh, those lights over the island . I agree, nail hit on the head!