design board :: a dreamy Master Bedroom
Wednesday, September 21, 2011 by {darlene}

It has been a while since I shared a Design Board with all of you!

This Fall has been an exciting time for me. I was very nervous as I faced the school year, knowing that I have a new {and busy} Design business, while I also have the primary responsibility of homeschooling and mothering my children as well.

I am so thankful to have the most wonderful clients, most of them mothers themselves, who encourage me to enjoy my family and my children, and who understand why I have a three week wait for each project. This helps me to give my clients the best quality, and to provide them with a gorgeous but useful and practical plan for their homes, but it allows me to put First things First. And, I have clients who desire to do the same in their own lives. What a blessing!

And I am especially thankful for my wonderful clients who are still on my wait list! Thank you for entrusting me with your projects; I can’t wait to work with you!!

So, back to the board!!

This room has been finished for a bit, but my client’s home  was affected by Hurricane Irene , and has had precious little time to look at it herself.

Our goal was to create a creamy and soothing Master Bedroom that had a rich feel, with the addition of soft golds and vibrant blue tones. We used some of her current furnishings, which she plans to repaint in the greige swatches you see on the board.




















My client loved this room that was featured in the Hampton Designer Showhouse, by Kate Singer. We used the overall feel of the space as inspiration:





























of course, we took the room in its own direction, but I love how we were able to capture that same soft, soothing, resort-like feeling. And, undoubtably, it is for a fraction of the cost!


That is what is so much fun about Design Boards! They can give you a vision for exactly where to take your room, and I do all of my resourcing to cater to my current clients budget.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this room!

Thank you for continuing to encourage me as I keep balancing the dream of Fieldstone Hill Design!

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