We're closing in on the show house opening in about a week and a half…
After all the busy weeks preparing the show house, it has finally opened. This is the Junior League of Buffalo’s Decorator Show House, which is in the City of Buffalo and is an impressive 6600+ square feet of locally designed spaces, both indoors and out.
I got to design a walk-in closet (I’ll show that makeover soon) and my decorating partner in crime, my cousin Tim, got to do the master bedroom. Both of these spaces are in the carriage house on the property. I showed pics of the master bedroom and after seeing those, I can’t believe I waited so long to be now showing the after photos. This space is quite a transformation.
Tim has a design philosophy that reminds you to not label yourself into one decorating style or type, so he brings together a variety of elements for a space.
Most of the furniture and pieces in this bedroom are vintage and Tim made them over himself. The pillow and chair fabric are from Online Fabric Store. The art is from the Benjamin Gallery in Buffalo.
The other week I showed you how to color block a wall (sorry WordPress is not letting me link to things today or I would) and it was in this room. These are the rest of the details. The dark accent wall is a great balance to the dark stained dressers.
Remember what this space looked like before?
This makeover included paint, new floors, an accent wall, new furniture, rugs, art and accessories. If you are looking for a source for anything, please leave a comment or email Tim, his information is below and he or I will get back to you.
Tim can be reached at Timothy Aaron Creative by email TimothyCreative (at) gmail.com
Come tomorrow for a new lighting project that I built and see my closet makeover in the show house soon too!