As you know, I have my first clients. And they have a tassel problem

When we first started working together the idea was to do their living room and parlor this summer so that when they get back from their Maine summer retreat they'd walk into a new first floor. Within a week the project included their bedroom and bath, to be done over the holiday break when they'd be in London (they sound so fancy, huh?).

I myself was going away for three weeks at the same time so we lined everything up beforehand and when we all got back the painting was done! The drapes were done! The new fan was installed! The bedding was on the bed! And best of all, my clients were really happy.

We are still waiting for the bedside lighting to be installed and for rug samples to arrive and I haven't moved any of their art back in, so I'm just going to give you a peek.

Even though it's incomplete Lady Client emailed me this last week:

I know it's just curtains and a bed spread, but even without anything else, going to bed tonight feels happier. Lighter. Easier. Do you know what you did? You changed our space and changed our lives. 

Craftsman home doesn't have to mean Craftsman everything.

Craftsman home doesn't have to mean Craftsman everything.

Big Ass Fan Co.

Big Ass Fan Co.

So much wrong.

So much wrong.

So much better.

So much better.

Jesus.

Jesus.

Hallelujah.

Hallelujah.

Um. Words fail.

Um. Words fail.

That lamp isn't staying!

That lamp isn't staying!

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AuthorSarah Reid