My imaginary clients are re-doing the bedroom their twin 10-year-old girls share. They live in a condo building from the 1920s, so they wanted to bring back some of the historical charm the previous owners renovated out. I'll be adding a window seat and built-in shelving in classic white, using vintage wood beds, and replacing modern duvets with large knit blankets. But to keep it from looking like a museum (and like kids don't live there), it will have graphic pillows and a flowery rug in bright colors.
I love it. I want to do it for real. Somebody find me a room to finish!
Oh! Speaking of finishing things, I'm done with that drawing you saw in the sketching stage:
I liked the process just fine, but again, this newest project will be even better. It's a one-point perspective (which I've done before, so that's automatic bonus points) AND has the coolest grid ever. Vortex, anyone?
|That teeny dot on the back wall is my vanishing point.|
Who can't wait to work on it? Meeeee!
What have you been making lately? Anybody else doing some drawing? Or room designing? Or grid-making? I get a strange amount of glee from putting those lines on the paper...