Interior Decorator New Hampshire / Maine / Seacoast
BEFORE: Exeter, New Hampshire Historic Condominium. This condominium is less than 600 sq. ft so every design change had to do double duty as additional storage space. Although this makeover presented some challenges, it was also blessed with some great features like floor to ceiling windows and great flow.
AFTER: This combined dining/living space was rejuvenated with happy colors and rustic furniture!
BEFORE: Dark corner that lacked organization and storage
AFTER: This fresh palette, new fireplace and new end table/filing cabinet provides not only ambiance but a sense of form as well as function.
BEFORE: Hampton New Hampshire Cape Cod House. This room had many assets such as large windows that allow natural light, a charming fireplace and hardwood floors. The goal was simply to introduce a new color palette of watery blues and creams while giving a subtle nod to the nearby ocean.
AFTER: This room is now brighter with new wall color and inviting lamp lighting as well as honey colored wooden blinds that let in abundant sunshine. The room is now cohesive and welcoming.
AFTER: This upscale room now flows seamlessly with the adjoining dining room (formerly a play room) and kitchen.
BEFORE: This is a playroom that was transformed into a proper dining room by Gloom to Bloom Decorating. The family can now gather in a common area to share meals, do homework or simply chat over a cup of tea.
BEFORE: This was the family dining room that needed to be repurposed.
AFTER: This former dining room now serves as a relaxation room for Mom and a music room for the children (piano on opposite wall). This tucked away room has less traffic flow and serves as a quiet respite from the rest of the home.
BEFORE: This is a lovely sunny living room that needed to be refreshed with new paint (the walls went from a thistle bluegreen to a “barely there” gray) and all new furniture. The only remaining feature is this stunning black grand piano that simply needed to be anchored elsewhere in the room.
AFTER: This room is now a completely new upscale inviting space. Our cozy palette of soft grays and muted mauves provide a serene backdrop for the bold piano. The room has two distinct purpose “zones” that complement each other and the entryway is flanked with handmade stained glass corbels (compliments of Gloom to Bloom Decorating).
AFTER: In addition to this corner showcasing the grand piano, it also showcases the beautiful gallery of professional family portraits that can be enjoyed from the adjacent seating area.
Who wouldn’t want to curl up with a good book here?
The kitties are right at home in their new space.
BEFORE: This is a living room whose wall color was pleasantly neutral and the floors newly refinished…the perfect backdrop for a transformation. I shopped with the client to bring in new, scaled furniture and from there the makeover began.
AFTER: Bright happy punches of color and subtle, yet effective, uses of circles and spheres bring continuity to this room. They are repeated in the area rug, lamps, mirrors, patterns on pillows, etc. This is now a hip, inviting space.
BEFORE: This is the beginning of a “She Space” (the female answer to a “Man Cave”) that needed a total makeover.
AFTER: New swivel chairs were purchased as well as a flatweave kilim rug to ignite this funky electric vibe. Blacks, oranges, sage greens and shades of purple became the tinder for this transformation!
AFTER: We used much of what the homeowner already had elsewhere in the house because we wanted this space to organically feel eclectic, relaxed and, at the end of the day, within budget. Mission accomplished!