Monday, July 16, 2012

Sweetie Pie

I am of two minds to show you these pics..

Not because the house doesn't ROCK...but because my photo taking skills SUCK!

Remember when I showed you Client Sweetie Pies Before and Afters?

We finally did the install last week and here is what it came out looking like.

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Clients Sweetie Pie has been the biggest SWEETIE PIE Ever!

So easy to work with, SO trusting and SO SO SO Sweet..

We are still waiting on a new sofa and some new artwork and adding in a bit more zhashoom

But there ya go folks, another install down!

41 comments:

  1. I'm such a fan Amber, There is nothing you do I don't like! Please never stop working and sharing with us, you are a treasure cove full of inspiration!

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  2. Gorgeous! I remember you showing that weird half wall coming down. Everything is so much more modernized and happy now. Great job.

    (And I'm always afraid to show my own crappy photos too.)

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  3. I love this! You did such an amazing job! I always love clicking over to see your Before + Afters--such a treat for the eyes!:)

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  4. Such a massive improvement. Skillz, sister! The grasscloth in the entry is bananas and my favorite of the improvements. And I have lusted after some Peter Dunham fig for AGES.

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  5. GOOD!, GREAT!, AWESOME!

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  6. You are so good girl!!!! Love your magical before and afters!

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  7. seriously gorgeous... where did you get the amazing turquoise glass lamps? Will you share sources?

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  8. Amber, these rooms turned out great! Love the new flooring and the grass cloth wall paper in the entry way. Also love how you removed a wall to open the space up. The new design is so sophisticated and great! Good job (and good photos, despite what ya think).

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  9. What you did is amazing!! Absolutely love it! The house feels lighter and brighter, the mix of patterns, the rugs....all i can say is wow! Great job!

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  10. Wow! You did a fantastic job infusing life into the new space, but keeping a calm, peaceful setting at the same time!

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  11. Amber you outdo yourself every time. This is so beautiful!

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  12. Awesome work! Love how it all turned out!!!!

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  13. I am MORE THAN OBSESSED with the outcome, Amber! You are SO talented!

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  14. Well done. It looks great. LOVE the grasscloth wallpaper!

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  15. Love, Love, LOVE!!!! Love the grasscloth, love the pillows, love that CHAIR, and (because I'm desperate to redo our hideous tile floor) LOVE THOSE FLOORS. Tell me more please. ARe they tile or actual wood? where from? thanks!

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  16. This look gorgeous!
    I liked your entry before, but now I LOVE it! Love your wall paper, your side table and this lamp!
    Nice transformation, so much talent!
    Love the rest of your makeover but you got me on the entry;))
    Looks amazing!

    Lovely greetings...

    http://pudel-design.blogspot.de/

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  17. Now I remember this place, that odd entrance wall, I think you blogged about it. Amazing transformation!

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  18. LOVE it! You've done a fantastic job!!

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  19. It's just utterly lovely and your client must be absolutely thrilled! Your beautiful textiles are such a huge component of the magic.

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  20. Oh wow, this is some goodness - it looks beautiful!! It went from ordinary to collected and lived in and simple beauty. Well done Amber - you do such great work.

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  21. Now that's an amazing transformation. Your client must be thrilled with every square inch!!

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  22. Girl....you Amberfied that place in the best way.....I mean....it's hard to make a room full of leather look great!!!! Gotta give it to you! The whole space rocks now.

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  23. Wow! Love the lightened up look..... especially the transformed fireplace and the grasscloth wallpaper.

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  24. The photos aren't that bad. And the place looks great. Love that you did not toss everything the homeowner had. You stylishly incorporated it.

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  25. fantastic! especially love the grasscloth in the foyer.

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  26. Amazing!! Love everything. It looks so good.

    Xo,

    Kristy
    www.idesignlove.com

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  27. Wow-everything looks great! I love how you gave the couch a completely new look with a throw and pillows. Looks styled AND comfy AND family-friendly--a tough combo to get right! Just curious--what is the paint color in the main room (the one with the white slipcovered couch and bold blue/white chair)? What about those dining chair slipcovers? Are they custom? Thanks!

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  28. That ikat chair is amazing!! Definitely my favorite part!

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  29. It all looks wonderful - great job!

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  30. fabulous eclectic style , bravo ! If I may throw out an idea , which they may already be on your zhashoom list . Bamboo blinds would put a finished look to all your window treatments. Just a thought ! Beautiful job , you should be proud !

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  31. Wow I love it, you must be very proud of yourself. My faves are the ikat armchair and the seagrass wallpaper entry! You have created some beautiful light spaces to the family to enjoy!

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  32. I have been a fan of yours on pinterest and love you blog. So very talented and beautiful taste. Im sure this client is very happy.

    www.bluemountainbelle.com

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  33. It's amazing how you were able to change a setting with dull colors and tight space into something so vibrant and open. I'm really impressed, it's like you know what to change on a room as soon as you get a glimpse of it! Good job.

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  34. I like the way you renovate everything. I love the contrast of colors. Good job.

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  35. I don't know where you got the wicker headboard (though I'd like to), but I believe its first home was my bedroom as a young girl. When I first saw it on Pinterest, I thought it was just a coincidence. But then, I saw that the curl on the right side was missing the piece of wicker that holds it up. I used to play with the broken piece until finally, I just removed it. Seeing this brought back a flood of memories. So... I am 99.9% certain that this headboard first lived in the new bedroom of a 10 year old girl in Louisiana in 1984! I would love to know where all it has been since my mom sold it in a garage sale. (Any info you have about where you got it would be appreciated :-)

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  36. Nice post about interior design it is very cool to apply at home

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