She loves antiques, but likes them mixed with newer things. A redesign of a living room, using the things she already owns.
“I like antiques, but I do NOT want to live in a museum!”
She has a lot of beautiful antique pieces (furnishings and accessories) but likes them mixed in with newer items.
Someone is soon to have an Ultimate Digs (4 rooms) Redesign/Makeover, and these are the "before" pics. We'll use the things they already have!
Country roads, rolling hills, a perfect sunny, autumn morning. The drive to this client’s home was beautiful!
Of course we love all of our consultations, because we love di… http://www.dressyourdigs.com/blog/posts/teaser-befores/
She would like to add some fun elements, and have a different look in this redesign of a living and dining spaces - using the things she already owns!
Trish & I were off to consult with a client planning to have us do a Dream Digs Makeover. We were to do her living and dining areas, which were in an L-shape. It is always fu… http://www.dressyourdigs.com/blog/posts/sometimes-its-just-fun-change-things/
No floating furniture! This is the client's request. A living room redesign, keeping this in mind.
Nice, big Living Room shake up!
Here’s the deal:
- Chippendale Sofa
- Highboy turned armoire
- Some side tables
- A pair of wing-backs (no, make that two pai… http://www.dressyourdigs.com/blog/posts/pulled-together-look/
What? A table top used as wall art? A living/dining/kitchen makeover, using the client's existing items.
While Trish and I were working on a living room/dining room job recently, we found some items while we were “shopping” in the client’s family room that really made the living/din… http://www.dressyourdigs.com/blog/posts/unusual-shopping-items/
A one hour makeover of a living room, using the client's existing furniture and accessories.
Trish and I did a “Digs on a Dime” party last week. This is the short version of the Dream Digs, or the express option.
How does it work?
The party was hosted by Mrs. P, at … http://www.dressyourdigs.com/blog/posts/what-does-digs-dime-look/