Last week I shared with you the mood board for the newest design project that I am working on, the Traditional Living Room. This living room is where a homeschooling family of 5 spends most of their time relaxing and reading, which means it gets a lot of use! They are looking for a traditional style with a touch of farmhouse, keeping the colors neutral with touches of greens and blues. Today I wanted to share with you the next step in the design process: creating the floor plan with 3D images.
step 3: creating a floor plan with 3d images
In the living room there are built-in bookshelves on either side of the windows. Painting these a slightly darker color than the walls will help them stand out. The remaining walls will be a neutral cream color. Baskets on the bottom shelf will help corral small toys, and still be within reach of little hands.
An old ladder will store blankets with style, bringing in a touch of the farmhouse feel. Two large mirrors on the blank wall will help reflect light from the only window in the room. And a console table behind their existing couch will be a safe place to set cups, keeping them out of the way of running children!
On either side of the french doors leading to another room will be storage options. A small dresser on the left will give storage for extra books, toys, and games. And the space above the wall will be the perfect spot to display the homeowner’s photography. Along the right side will be a corner console for storing electronics and displaying the television. Neutral baskets above the TV will add visual interest with overpowering the rest of the room.
The final wall there is a second set of french doors leading to the front room in the house. In the remaining corner, there will be a wingback recliner, with tufted detailing. A tall floor lamp, small table for resting a coffee cup, and some wooden art will wrap up the room.
Next up will be sourcing the items needed to complete this design plan. View the final plans and design pages here.
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