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Glamorous Master

Hello Lovelies,

HAPPY NEW YEAR to each and every one of you! I’m a big believer in LOVING your environment, and that’s why I wanted to start the year off by sharing a bedroom I completed for a busy professional that hired me last year. She works long, hard hours and most definitely needed a plush, glamorous space to receive her at the end of the day. Check out the transformation and my tips below.

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Here are 5 tips on how to get this look:

1.These high ceilings were just begging for interest. Add crown moulding and you’ll not only add character, you’ll add elegance.

2. Use a sophisticated neutral. This one is Behr’s (780C-3) Ocean Pearl. Not just grey, not just beige. It’s greige!

3. Don’t know where to start? Pick something you LOVE and let it lead the way. The client’s cherry blossom painting was the perfect jumping off point for our color direction: shades of blue and soft neutrals.

4. Never underestimate the power of symmetry. If you need order and calm in your master bedroom, consider a pair of matching nightstands and lamps.

5. Add impact! Make a small window feel larger with dramatic sweeping drapes that fill the space around it. They may not be fully functional, but they will make for a beautifully luxurious backdrop.

Thanks for reading!

Love,
Nagwa

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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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