I am so sorry that I had not much time to blog the passed days! I was so busy with a few projects. So I really didn’ t found time to read all of your blogposts or to make any comments on them my friends! But I hope you understand that work goes first!
Today I show you some pictures of a project I was working on. The interior is not finished yet. There are some details which will need some further attention. But I couldn’t wait to show you some pictures of it.
My camera is far from a professional one, so excuse me for the lousy images. I wish I could have the assistence of our friend Blayne Beacham of This Photographer’s Life blog!
This is a new built house and my company Lefèvre Interiors was asked to take care for the woodwork and cabinets in some rooms of this house.
Here I show you a part of the project we worked on and hopefully within a few weeks I will be able to post pictures of all the rooms, taken by a professional photographer.
View at the library.
Library in progress.
The library cabinets are made of light stained oak.
As you can see, there are no books yet… and we will have to pay attention to choose the right library sconces.
I love the combination of the curtains at the bowed window and the shutters on the other window.
The family room is situated next to the library.
In contrast with the library, this room is painted.
Furniture wasn’t all placed yet so I wouldn’t take pictures of the entire room at this moment.
Caned panels to hide the radiator.
In front of the family room is the TV room.
This lovely room is wall papered with a Ralp Lauren wall paper.
Even here the radiator is hidden.
TV room before.
TV room in progress.
Powder room after.
Oak wood cabinet and a natural stoned sink.
And at least some pictures of the kitchen.
The materials used here are oak for the cabinets, mix of bluestone and parquetry for the floor, marble for the kitchen counter and Moroccan zellige wall tiles. Notice the authentic butcher’s block!
Our client has chosen the calacatta (not carrara!) marble for the top of the kitchen isle.
I hope you enjoyed this project!
I wish you all a wonderful weekend!