Updating an Infill by Calgary Interior Designer

A little bit of paint, some new tile, & a bit of great furniture pieces, this house has had a small facelift!  The house was painted a neutral grey from a burnt orange colour.  We got rid of the browns and added different levels of charcoal fabrics and accented the room with teals & greens.  The client adored Jonathan Adler’s fabric line by Kravet and LOVED the colours & patterns, so we decided to incorporate some of the fabric in the pillows.   We replaced the backsplash tile with a modern & simple glass tile that was installed in a irregular subway pattern.  All the furniture pieces have simple sculptural lines that will last many years to come.  – NFIDUpdating an Infill by Calgary Interior DesignerUpdating an Infill by Calgary Interior Designer5 Updating an Infill by Calgary Interior Designer4 Updating an Infill by Calgary Interior Designer_edited-17 Updating an Infill by Calgary Interior Designer3 Updating an Infill by Calgary Interior Designer8 Updating an Infill by Calgary Interior Designer2 Updating an Infill by Calgary Interior Designer

 

Credits:

Project/Clients: Private Residence, Infill, Calgary, AB

Interior Design & Furnishing: Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design

Photography: Lindsay Nichols Photography

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