Out with the old and in with the new. A mother with a young daughter purchased a home to start a new life. The first phase of the project was the Great Room, where their lives meet for quick breakfast in the morning, then homework, cooking, visiting, and watching TV in the evenings.
Out went the faux leather sofa-loveseat reclining ensemble and all the random case-goods that accompanied them. In came a “U” sectional with double chaise lounges, which quickly made them forget those reclining devices; it was upholstered in mink grey chenille to honor Lulu, their beloved hamster. Orange accents concur with the family’s heritage: in Taoism orange indicates change, adaptability, and spontaneity.
The project required a workstation, which mother and daughter use for household paperwork and homework respectively. They both love their new space, which has become the preferred background for a fulfilling home life.