Entrance lobby. Family heirloom, a Finnish rug- ryijy- as wall centerpiece. This ryijy was the inspiration of the colors scheme for the villa’s entrance lobby, staircase and downstairs living room.
Fun cabinet for family paraphernalia in the entrance lobby. Reindeer atler and felted slippers as furn decor and a reminder or home in the North. ❤
Staircase. Brown was selected as the wall finish, to cover the pervious cream, to camouflage fingerprints. The railing also stands out against the dark wall, a feature in itself. The framed souverir pictures match perfectly.
Painting and other elements from Laos. A taupe paint color was selected for the upstairs family lounge area. There is also a family wall filled with precious moments and memories.
Kids room. Happy green paint was selected. The pictures were re-framed with bright red frames. All the tones and shades are found in the beautiful decorative folk art cushion.
Kids wall mural. ❤
An antique Finnish wood sofa. Mashrabiya in brown on a happy orange wall.
More re-framed art.
Blue wall next to a brown one, with artwork. All art and souverniers were re-framed and color coordinated.
The family needed my help in selecting paints for all walls in their home and to help re-frame artwork from their travels and previous homes abroad. This is one of the most unique and fun home projects I’ve worked on! So much personality. This truly is a one of a kind home! Be bold and express yourself in your own home and you can achieve same fun and one of a kind results! ❤