Which part of your makeover are you most proud of?
The whole thing! The fact that I have a workspace that’s practical and pretty is super satisfying after years of a studio that was beyond chaotic, and so unpleasant to be in. And I’m proud that I achieved the look I set out to achieve on my final mood board. It’s exactly what I’d envisioned.
How has revamping this room changed your day-to-day home life?
Even though it hasn’t been finished for long, it’s dramatically changed the way we use the house. Before, we barely used that whole floor of the house - I couldn’t bear to look at it! Now it’s used every day, and happily at that. It also means I’m not taking my computer down to the dining table and taking over the dining room, which is definitely a good thing!
Describe your new room in one sentence…
A serene, organised, and happy space that is practical, chic and inspiring.
Any tips for people considering a dramatic makeover?
Go for it! Making a moodboard, or collecting images that convey the look you’re after is very helpful. It will help you see what works and what doesn’t, and help you pull a look together. When choosing a colour, really think not only about what you like, but about how you want to feel in the room. It’s so important, and something that gets over-looked a lot.
Read Bianca's blog French for Pineapple to find out more about her home makeover.
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