Jane Gianarelli is an interior designer based in Colorado-United States.
To the current post Jane describes two projects of her.
Broadmoor Residence:The sitting area is in a master bedroom. We painted an accent wall in a specific pink the client requested. I used the clients two chairs they already had and reupholstered the backs of the chairs and make pillows. Custom ordered a round ottoman in in a coordinating pink. On the wall hangs a Flower of the Month prints in mirrored frames, which adds some light to the wall. The upholstered bench ties in all colors of the bedroom.
Then entryway had a beautiful wool rug with colors of teal and an orange-red. The chair and bench with rush seats had no cushions. I found fabrics in the colors of the wool rug for more color and comfort. The chest and and lamps are a beautiful focal point in front of the windows which cast glowing light onto an antique replica.
May Residence:The client is renting this home and cannot paint color on the walls. With everything being beige including the furniture, the focus what bringing in lots of color to the space. The window treatments brings height to the room, bringing the eye up. This makes the space feel larger. A mix of bright colors and textures throughout the space makes it feel cohesive. Unique lamp to the right of the sofa casts a beautiful reflection on the wall. Personal elements were added to the space that only the homeowners know about, entimental items from their wedding. Overall a very colorful, functional and relaxing room to sit and entertain in.