This is one of my client's homes. I helped pick out everything from paint colors to furniture, and made all of the draperies, cushions, and pillows. So far, so good! We're still looking for rugs...they picked the one in the LR...NOT what I would have picked...but hey, I can't have my hand in EVERYthing, can I? These people DO have minds of their own! (Hence, the wicker coffee table...lol....but hey, they already had that--she's thinking about changing it.)
These clients are retirees. The one thing that really makes me wonder about people like this is...WHERE is all their STUFF? Why don't they have STUFF....you know--collected over the years...collected from travels....books? I just don't get it how people in their 60's don't have ANY artifacts from their lives. It baffles me. Truly. Maybe it's just because I come from a long line of packrats? But honestly, these types of clients are the most difficult to work with, because there's NO foundation--it's all just pulled from thin air. It's disconcerting to me. Thoughts?