Fresh Floral Guest Bedroom Design

Having a guest bedroom is such a fundamental part of your home.  It gives you the space and the ability to host your guests comfortably.  The ability to have additional space for your loved ones is always important.  A separate guest room creates a space for your guests to feel more at home, away from home.Fresh Floral Guest Bedroom Design by Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design

For this guest bedroom, NFID created a cozy, yet stylish fresh floral guest room design.  Featuring grey and walnut tones, with teal popping throughout.  This space welcomes anyone who stays in this gorgeous bedroom.

Prints & Patterns

The prints and patterns featured, give this space an exclusive appearance.  Especially the floral wallpaper by Luiza Solent (Romo W387/03).  This feature wall showcases a contemporary take on classic floral.  With white flowers digitally printed with hints of teal and green on a light grey background. Beautifully creating a watercolour effect.

The colours presented on the wallpaper continue to flow throughout the space.  With the teal matching the custom made decorative pillows on the bed.

On the front of these custom made pillows is Designers Guild Castellini Gautrait (pattern number: F1939-07) is featured.  This is a teal material with a mosaic square pattern.  The backside of the pillow is contrasting the front with its darker hues.  The backside features a Camira Craggan ZAN06 Cave Charcoal wool fabric.

Modern Furniture

The furniture chosen for this space was surrounded around a modern motif.  The modern tufted bed in dove grey velvet successfully contrasts the floral wallpaper.

In addition to the smoky walnut and steel nightstands and dresser.  These elements balance out the lighter colours of the room with their darker hues and simple design.  The dresser also gives guests more options to store their belongings.  Towels and linens that can be stored away within the dresser for the guest’s convenience.

Adding on to the patterned motif is the custom made Roma Moulding 3 ½ Romo Electric White Lavo mirror hung above the dresser.  Showing the perfect contrast of the modern and floral motif of the space.

Credits:

Written By:  Tatiana Bacalso

Interior Design:  Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design, Calgary & Kelowna Interior Design Firm

Wallcovering Installation:  Drop Wallcoverings

Photography:  Lindsay Nichols Photography

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Laundry Room Renovation

Laundry rooms can often be seen as the “command center” for efficiency within the household.  It’s a space for storing cleaning supplies, extra appliances, and laundry baskets, to name a few.  In addition, laundry rooms offer a space of organization and working surfaces for folding and sorting clothes.  Ultimately this laundry room renovation is for the overall household’s convenience.This estate home already had space for a laundry room.  The problem was, that it didn’t meet the client’s needs.  They needed a few touch ups in order for it to become a fully functional laundry room.  NFID assisted in designing and renovating this home’s entire laundry room.  NFID focused heavily on good design and functional space in order to result in an efficient and appealing laundry room.

Good Design

The light colour scheme of the space offers an overall clean look.  The white cabinets and walls offer a mild contrast to the newly chosen grey hues.  Which are seen on the backsplash tile and quartz countertops in Caesarstone Raw Concrete. Accompanying the contrast between the light colour schemes within the laundry room are the dark oil rubbed bronze knobs and faucet.

Functional Space

The newly added white cast iron farm sink sits below the window of the space.  It was important to ensure that the farm sink was placed at the proper height. In order to be fully functional.  This was a key element in the renovation process.

To make use of the space and for additional storage purposes, wall cabinets were added on each side of the window.  Extending the cabinets to the ceiling.  In addition, the added cabinet design compliments the existing kitchen cabinetry.  Allowing the flow of the design and vibe of the overall home to be fluid within different rooms.Laundry Room Renovation by Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design, Calgary & Kelowna Interior Design Firm

For further functional space, pull out shelves were placed inside the cabinets.  Allowing for increased organization. Whether it be for cleaning supplies or a spot to store and organize linens.  The free countertop space also gives way for ultimate productivity within this laundry room.  Showing us that good design = functional spaces.

Credits:

Project: Private Residence

Written By: Tatiana Bacalso

Interior Design: Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design

Contractor: Triangle Enterprises Ltd. 

Photography: Lindsay Nichols Photography

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Organic Baby Room

Decorating and prepping a baby room brings so much bliss.  It’s a time for anticipating and celebrating a new beginning.  It’s always an exciting and memorable moment when your new bundle of joy comes home.  And even more amazing to have them nestled in the room designed just for them.  For this space, NFID got the opportunity to help create this modern organic baby’s new digs was created to be a place of solace, filled with neutral tones and organic vibes.

Organic & Neutral

One of the most important features in a baby room is in creating a place of solace.  In order to create this, NFID focused on neutral ocean beach tones for the entire room.  The mix of soft greys, white and hint of natural wood set the tone for this modern organic baby’s room.  The colour scheme playfully comes together, creating a space complete with relaxation.  When the natural light cascades into the room, the colour scheme allows the area to further brighten up, reminding us of a calming day on the beach.

This room is complete with modern and organic baby touches throughout.  The modern design crib and dresser in white, playfully contrasts with the wicker chair and lampshade.  Additionally, the cowhide rug and feather baby mobile is introduced to further enhance the organic outdoor inspired features in the room.

In addition, an organic pattern wallpaper feature wall was placed behind the crib.  Along with patterned curtains hung against the windows.  Both items give the space a subtle, unique design feature.  A white ‘S’ hangs adjacent to the feature wall, adding a personalized finishing touch.

There is plenty of room for this modern baby’s ready to go items on top of the dresser.  With shared space to also feature some of the baby’s keepsake items.  Other items can be stored in the dresser.  Stuffed animals were placed on the chair and crib, giving the room a comforting feel.

We hope that this bundle of joy and parents enjoy the room as much as we enjoyed in designing it!

Credits:

Written By: Tatiana Bacalso

Interior Design: Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design, Calgary & Kelowna Interior Design Firm

Photography: Lindsay Nichols Photography

 

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