"Project Binford Reveal: Part IV"

Happy New Week!  It's birthday and vacation week over here, but before I go I had to culminate the reveals of our Binford project.  Knowing that this one would be featured in The Charlotte Observer, I held this one off for a bit.  Today, I'm sharing the entire project with you.


We should all be so lucky to have an entire indoor space dedicated to enjoyment of viewing of the outdoors.  I knew this room was special the first time I saw it.  I also knew, that the challenge would be working in a few of my client's existing elements.   The client had four of this chairs which needed to be repurposed somewhere in the home.  They wanted to keep them given their comfort but were thankfully open to giving them a little update. 

 

Because the sunroom opens to the kitchen, we also needed to repurpose their existing casual dining set (at minimum the table).


Additionally, there were a number of fancy custom drapes that we needed to utilize as much as possible.  I got creative and came up with the idea to deconstruct these into pillows and use the fabric as the jumping off point for the entire color scheme.  


The plan involved using the four chairs (reupholstered of course) in a round seating area.  We'd anchor things with a braided jute rug and cozy it all up with a tufted round ottoman.  

Let's take a look at the before...


I couldn't have imagined how good this one would turn out.  Both the clients and me were thrilled with the result.


We added beams to warm things up and the flooring was changed to this statement tile.  It's cool underfoot and adds some visual interest to the floor.


We used one of my favorite sources, Revolution Performance Fabrics for the chair upholstery and Baity's Custom Upholstery worked their magic on the chairs and the ottoman.


Slipcover Twill - Bottle


The addition of this beautiful console and lamps provides ambient lighting in the evening and on cloudy days.  I also always envisioned the space as a fun hangout for the family so a couple of garden stools and games were the perfect addition.






As mentioned, we kept the dining table but upgraded the chairs to these Williams Sonoma Home beauties...



Finally, the adjacent kitchen got a little update with an new underhood backsplash. 


Such a fun project!  


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