When renovating your home, there are many things to consider such as what are you trying to accomplish? What “pain points” do have and what types of changes might solve them? When Interior Designer Brittany Lyons (@brittanylyonsart, brittanylyonsart.com) began working on this 1920’s Dallas area home’s master bedroom and bathroom, it was understood that the client wanted to extend her new contemporary style accomplished through previous renovation into her personal space. As the project progressed, it became apparent that there were a few extra things that needed to be solved such as designing a heated floor for the bathroom and addressing a deep-seated leak caused by outdated pipes.
After these items were hashed out, it was time for finishing touches for these rooms. Brittany and Stoneside Design Consultant Amy Amison wanted to cultivate the modern vibe of the rooms in the window treatments, keeping things clean and simple while integrating motorization for ease of use. While the original idea was to implement a roller shade solution that embodies the classic take on modern window treatments, Amy suggested a transitional shade solution that would allow the client to have privacy from a walking path her room overlooked without having to close the room entirely. Once the client saw how these unique window treatments looked and functioned, they had to have them!
With some finessing by Stoneside Installation Specialist Landry Ward, the remote-control transitional shades went up with ease; the veins of the shades lined up perfectly after some shimming and leveling of the shades creating a flawless look. Like with all their projects, Amy and Brittany were thrilled to see everything come together to help improve the way their clients can enjoy their space. This client is very pleased with her home renovation with its modern style and out-of-the-box design choices!