Monique Jacqueline Design

(801) 680-6697
mjdutah.com/about/

Services Provided
Residential & Commercial, Interiors & Exteriors.
Project Management
From concept to completion and everything in between!

Areas Served
Utah, Wyoming, Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo, Park City, Heber City, Midway, Jackson Hole Wyo,

Business Description
Monique Jacqueline Design can take a project from concept to completion, providing design consultation to enhance the beauty and function of Residential interior spaces. Monique Jacqueline Design offers a full scope of services in Project Management, Contractor Management, Space Planning, Paint & Color Consultation, and Fixture Specification, including but limited to Furniture and Lighting. Through established manufacturer relationships Monique Jacqueline Design has developed extensive sources in custom furniture, fabrics, drapery and window coverings, wall coverings, custom bedding and linens as well as decorative lighting, art consultation and floral and plant design.

My favorite part of working as a designer is helping my clients create spaces they are proud to show off. I truly believe that one’s home should reflect their individuality. I try my hardest to incorporate their thoughts and desires in my every thought. I love to design interiors that bring pleasure and comfort to my clients for years to come.

Certification and Awards
Park City Historical Society & Museum 2011 Historical Preservation Award

Houzz 2012 Remodel Designer award
Location:
Salt Lake City, UT US 
Contact:
Monique Flesher 
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Address:
65 West Louise Avenue
Salt Lake City, UT 84115 
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This would be a question for your fireplace company. We would need to know the manufacturer of your insert so this question can be determined. Also, are there vents on either side of the unit? Would need to research if those vents operate independently of each other.
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Could you post some photos of the space you are wanting to paint? That would be most helpful.
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You could stain it a dark color. You could also add casing to the existing sidelites, beefing up their appearance, stsining the casing to match that of the door.
Yesterday at 3:18PM   
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flair lighting
the door looks great, i would stain it dark, and add casing as above!!
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I would start with having the immediate bedroom walls, 8' from floor line. Lighter color will bring visual height to the space. If your ceilings are the same color as your walls, make the ceilings white, same color as your base/case/doors. This will enhance your vaulted ceiling detail!
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lucidos
Some arched trusses would be awesome. The additional pictures you took are great but we need a few long shots to give better suggestions. Your bed needs to be grounded somehow with say an iron bed or moved to another wall.
on Sunday at 11:17AM   
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everdebz
Tricky. You know how they say paint color can close in a space, and make it cozy - what are your thoughts?
Or you could as said and it's hard for me to follow always, but raise and push out the lower room with lighter paint??
The bed does just sit there, plain right now.
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Best is if you have a local rug provider. Looking online is great but the coloration you see is only as good as your monitor or their photo skills. Finding a rug with blue should be fairly easy. I have done great online sites if you are interested, but like I said, in person is the best.
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Drapery wise, I would have a single panel with the draperies operating from the side of least traffic!
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I would think about an L shape arrangement. A sofa towards the entertainment built in with a couple of comfy upright chairs towards the fireplace. This makes a great conversational layout for four, as well.
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decoenthusiaste
Tiny room ! You might want to rethink the layout. I see the foyer enters the dining room. That might be a better space to use as a living room. Not sure I wouldn't remove the gas FP and open these two room into one. How far would the kitchen be from what is labeled "Living?"
Can you comment here and post an expanded version of the floor plan?
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Lin Kittredge-Giuliano
Thank you for the input - nice idea about the fireplace
But don't think I will be able to do that immediately. The dining room area is about 12.5 ft - counter to fireplace.
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I agree with Nancy. Do you have a professional doing your installation? That is SO important. They should be able to educate you on the product as well. Outside of installation, sealing it will probably be important.
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Sophie Wheeler
Counter blanks like that do not bode well for dealing with reputable fabricators.
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Thank you and yes, I do have a professional fabricator who will be doing the work. Installing black soapstone onto my white kitchen cabinets as well. Guess I'm a bit unconventional.
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More photos and measurements are definitely needed. What would be ideal is an layout sketch with measurements marked accordingly. Also, if you have doors hung that do not need to be, remove them. Thus will provide the visual aspect of a larger space.
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Could you possibly take pictures across the whole room from different angles, please? I still do not understand where this latest one is taken from. Like, where are the doors & windows? I would like to see more of the room to understand your dilemma in more detail. Thanks!

What you have done so far seems a little bit better. Am I seeing a wood surface on half of the loveseat portion of the sectional?
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lostghost
I will upload more photographs when I return t from office today. Yes, there is a wooden portion with glass cover in the love seat portion. It's supposed to be connected together

I'll upload more pictures showing the three sections separately. Probably that will help.
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Buy some new furniture and re-paint the walls so it can look good
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You could add pendants at the peninsula and then bring in new hanging fixture at dining table from within the same family. I would do something less heavy feeling. If you felt you needed more lighting you could also incorporate done recessed cans, on a separate switch, along the exterior perimeters of the space.
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http://www.wayfair.com/Barstools-l59-c46134-O1102~Modern.html http://www.lexmod.com/c-105-bar-stools-tables.aspx?pg=2&
Here are a couple of sites that you can look at. You might find something similar. I googled Contemporary Metal Swivel Adjustable Barstools.
Good luck!
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The coils were found, we removed them from their prior application and we had them custom mounted. I then created a top detail that was custom mounted as well. Sorry, these are considered one of a kind. If the coils are found, we could most definitely replicate accordingly! It was a fun creative project!
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