This project was the perfect example of how a complete redesign of an existing space is possible with the use of fresh paint, a new color palette and some well designed spaces that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Welcome to our Project Highlight: The Crescent, where we took this condo in Dallas and fully redesigned it to become our clients home away from home.
The neutral, monochromatic color palette is fluid throughout the multiple spaces adding to the overall chicness of this space. The existing flex space was turned into a dedicated office equipped with custom built-ins to flank a limited edition Twiggy art piece. The desk that anchors the space is made of serpentine granite while the oversized wall mirror helps create the illusion of a larger space.
The kitchen was redesigned with a mosaic black and white backsplash tile to separate the crisp white upper cabinets from the black lowers. A custom framed limited edition art piece adds a touch of playfulness to the space.
The living room is spacious and inviting with a lounge style sofa and accent chairs. The mixed seating offers an array of textures of different hues of grays and blacks to continue with the minimal palette. To enhance the client’s love and passion for art, we commissioned Dallas-based artist, Sarah Todd, for a one-of-a-kind art piece that acts like a focal point for the space.
The primary bedroom features an accent wall with a graphic Phillip Jeffries wallpaper balanced by a low profile, upholstered bed frame with a custom tufted design. Minimal bedside tables flank each side of the bed. Modern pendants hang above each table. The textures and subtle curves of the space bring some femininity and fluidity into this modern space.