Here, the bedroom is small and space is at a premium. So Normandy Remodeling designed built-in shelving and nightstands to flank the bed and painted them in a soft, easy-on-the-eyes paint color. That makes the room feel larger. Note the lovely crown molding details with sconces added on each side.
2. You Can Support Local BusinessesOne great thing about custom design, like these beautiful kitchen cabinets designed by Kitchens by Eileen, is the people who do the fabrication are not just here in the U.S., but actually right in your own backyard. That puts money into your local economy, which, in these pandemic times, is a great goal to keep people in your community employed. In a world where throwaway home goods from China or Vietnam are the norm, it’s nice to know spending a bit more for local talent is creating timeless design you’ll have for many years.
Similarly, this adorable girl’s bedroom by Last Detail Design lives up to the designer’s name! Not only is there a custom painted stripe along the wall, but check out these details: a sassy salmon and pastel lime mini check plaid is used for the custom button-tufted headboard, the crisp white duvet and shams have salmon piping along the edges, the cute roll-arm bench features white contrast welting, and the custom throw pillows in coordinating patterns finish the look. And it all comes together beautifully for maximum visual impact.