I love a decor before and after.
I like the idea of transforming a space…taking something old, re-purposing it and making it into something new. Simple concept and it works for me every time.
So lucky me that I got an email last week from Christine K. from Virginia interior design firm JWS Interiors. Christine was sharing the pictures of a family room in 5500 square foot Northern Virginia that had been redecorated for a family of 4 and their dog.
When the family wanted a fresh modern update to their old den, they called in interior designer Jennifer Wagner Schmidt from JWS to do the job.
Jennifer immediately said good bye to the mustard yellow paint on the walls and changed it out for a neutral gray. The exposed brick fireplace had also been painted yellow but in the redo the fireplace is put into relief by being painted a bright pure white. The old traditional furniture was exchanged out for pieces with cleaner more contemporary lines and a striped rug was added in to ground the space making it a pleasant spot to hang out in.
A picture tells a thousand words…so I’ll let you take a look at today’s BEFORE & AFTER!
What do you think of this before and after? What change do you think works the most? Please do tell!
I like the new gray color scheme and the transformation to the fireplace the best…a simple coat of paint makes all of the difference.