Hillsborough Residence

The clients are a well-traveled couple with demanding jobs and three young children. Both love laid-back and eclectic surroundings that incorporate objects from their vacations. I was asked me to turn a pass-through between the front and back of additions house into a place they could actually use. I also tackled a strange area in the home that had turned into a storage space.

In the pass-through (now named The Solarium), the interior windows look into the play room (plastered with amazing children's art) that will some day be the boys' bedroom.
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The chairs face a wall of windows to the garden.
“Entrance indian” — ramyask
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“Shells” — lynnebonaroti
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Everything on the shelves is meaningful to the clients.
“space for hanging photos” — martha wanyana
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A small drink table was made out of a vintage Indian tray and a large, stainless steel candle holder as the base.
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The home office/nook before I started work on it.
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Previously an unused space the homeowners wanted a place to read and relax adjacent their children's playroom.
“Indian simple room” — ramyask
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“Silla” — tel7850407
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“West elm wood shelves” — Dagny Boaz
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I created a small altar to honor the wife's family and heritage on a petite wrought iron shelf.
“flower design colors” — prashaan21
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“BM Spa” — roniron
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I added a small string of temple bells to the frame of the space as they are special to the family and signify protection and luck.
“Tibetan” — trail6
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