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Design Concept: Casual Comfort

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In this 600 s.f. one bedroom condo in Richmond, the homeowners wanted the living room to multifunction as a dining room, movie room, lounge for hanging out, as well as a home office. We were able to achieve this by clearly defining different zones as well as using certain furniture that performs double duties.

keeping it light
by using low profile furniture, such as arm-less club chair and ottoman, the whole room feels spacious and airy.
a multifunctional room
in this 600 sq. foot apartment, the couple wanted the living room to also function as a dining room, movie room, home office, and lounge for hanging out with friends. Thoughtful space planning shows that you have still have it all.
light . camera . action
tugged away in the corner is a home office area with a sufficient amount of enclosed storage. By placing it next to the window, we also maximize the use of natural daylight.
"original" art work
the client love this artist, Vladimir Kush; but even a single original art would blow our budget out of the water. So we bought the calendar from his gallery and framed the few that they love and grouped them together for impact. Problem solved.
dining room
the coffee table, from Resource Furniture, rises up via a hydraulic mechanism and becomes a dining table.
dinner is served
it sits four comfortably, or can be extended to fit six.
welcoming foyer
the foyer was small and had no natural light, yet because it gives your guests a first impression, it should be treated as a very important space.
nature schemed foyer
we chose a light color scheme as well as added a foyer lamp and a full length mirror to bring in more light, giving it an airy look and feel.
birds
the client loves birds, so it became an important design element throughout the space.
more birds
extra hooks for hanging guests' jackets.
multi-zoning
the workstation feels like it is a part of the TV media unit, thus visually unifying the space.
Home sweet home
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