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A Family/Family Room Transformed

Hi guys,

Are you still there? I don’t blame you if you’ve lost your patience with me. I’ve gone from being an occasional blogger to a barely ever blogger. But before I reveal my client’s family room makeover, let me explain where I’ve been.

If you follow me on Instagram, you know I spent most of the summer taking care of my beautiful sister Dina, who was on bedrest while pregnant with her twin boys.

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Despite the smiles, it was a scary time. The love and support of our friends, family, and even my clients during this time was everything. I’m BEYOND happy to report our efforts were not in vain. Those boys came out fully cooked and are my most recent obsession. Who knew being an aunt could be so amazing? My heart is bursting with love.

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Photo Credit: Jar Photography and Design

Photo Credit: Jar Photography and Design

Once things settled down a bit, I spent a little time abroad (also in the name of family!) in Egypt. My Dad, younger sister, and I made the trip out there for my sweet cousin’s wedding.

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Always the adventurer, my amazing Dad made sure we did a little bit of sightseeing in Alexandria and Cairo.

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IMG_2132It was a quick trip, but well worth it to be with family, especially during those big moments that you remember for a lifetime.

Since I’ve been back, I’ve jumped right back into work, completing this family room for an awesome new client that asked me to freshen up her space. It didn’t take much since she had some great pieces to work with (and we didn’t even paint!), but it really was quite the transformation. Take a look and let me know what you think!

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I hope you guys enjoyed this post and that you’ll keep checking back to see what’s new. I have a little development of my own that I look forward to sharing soon! ūüėČ

Love,

Nagwa
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Double-duty Dining


Hello Everyone!

I’m thrilled to finally share this fabulous dining room I completed a few months ago. I’ll be brief. The client wanted something bold, unique, and most importantly, something that could withstand the abuse of craft projects and homework with her little ones. We opted for a dark hardwearing outdoor fabric on the (majority of the) custom upholstered wing chairs, a synthetic metallic snakeskin (that is completely wipeable) for the side chairs, and a gorgeous distressed dining table. Check it out and let me know what you think!

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Thanks for reading!

Love,
Nagwa

For a closer look at other projects that I’m working on, you can follow me:

On Twitter: @NSIntDesign 

On Instagram: @nsinteriordesign

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Elegantly Ethnic

Hi Everyone,

Here’s a job I finished a while back but haven’t had the chance to share until now. This client was a world traveler, photography enthusiast, and most importantly, a busy professional who wanted her home to rise up and greet her after a long day of work.

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I started by using a soft neutral backdrop and additional lighting to brighten up the space. From there, I found interesting furniture pieces with brass accents and pops of color found in the client’s beautiful photography.

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The client’s old china cabinet (originally in her dining room) got a facelift and became a focal point in the living room. Not only did it help break up a large wall that kept the space from feeling warm and homey, it also provided valuable display space for the client’s interesting collectables.

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Thanks for reading!
Love,
Nagwa

For a closer look at other projects that I’m working on, you can follow me:

On Twitter: @NSIntDesign 

On Instagram: @nsinteriordesign

On Facebook: NSInteriorDesign

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