The Linden Project renovation has encompassed several rooms (Learn more about the project plan Here!), all important for the function that they provide for this large family. This week, we would like to introduce you to the most significant and unique part of the renovation for us at Lucky Pearl Interiors.
The living area at the Linden Project takes multitasking to another level. This 15ft by 14ft room has a tiny entry area that leads to what will have to be the family’s dining space, the children’s study area, the family’s living room and finally the children’s bedroom. This room, while long, is not particularly wide and so we had to take that into account when designing the space.
Typically, when we design a room, we take our inspiration for the space and find references to other places to create a mood board. However, we simply could not recall previously working on an area that had to fit this many functions for a family of five. So we started from scratch and created the mood board that you see below.
Because of the amount of furniture that will have to fit in this room, we needed to keep everything light and bright. We started by choosing the larger pieces that will live here (like the Murphy beds and IKEA desks) in a white shade and then added the rest of the furniture in warmer tones.
In this room, we are also updating the entry closet as this will also serve as the main clothing storage space for the Janniere children. As you may have seen a couple of weeks ago, we already started by updating the door and adding the new hardware. (Thank you Kenny!)
When we start our projects our primary focus is always the children in the family, so this particular room will be really fun for us to update and we cannot wait for Kyle Jr., Jared and Kayla to have a good night’s sleep here.
In the coming weeks, we will share with you how we transform this space and the pieces we chose to improve its function.