My loft space project has been on my mind a lot. Not only would I love to see it come to life, but I've been thinking about various elements that would work well and what elements I might want to change up. I also got to thinking after a few of your comments about what it would look like if my client were a female instead of a male. It didn't even really occur to me that this board could easily swing over to that with a feminine vibe.
So I stuck with the same inspiration fabric...
Christopher Farr Cloth
And transitioned the space into one where a female might reside...
I changed up a few of the elements and now I think it could be a great loft space for any female.
I kept a few of the pieces from the first board: the dining table and chair, the black pendant light, the fabrics, the coffee table, and the Brooklyn Bridge photography print.
Here are the details on the new pieces:
Rug - Platinum buche rug from Madeline Weinrib
Chandelier - Circa Lighting
Sofa - Dwell Studio
Chair - Crate & Barrel
Bird art print - Etsy seller MaiAutumn
High tea art print - Etsy seller MarcusDesignInc
Mirror - Anthropologie
Metallic grey medallion pillow - Etsy seller kyoozi
Console - Z Gallerie
When I decided to go feminine with this board, I thought it was interesting how I suddenly was looking for curvier pieces and pieces that didn't have as much of a sleek line to them as they did on the first board.
Have you ever done this sort of exercise with a board that you've created? Take your inspiration piece or a few of the elements and then try to swing them to a different type of client...it's fun and a nice little challenge for the ol' creative brain.
Hope you had a great weekend and welcome to the start of the week!