Planning a scheme: West Coast Chic #BuenaVista #KitsPoint

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One of the MANY designer services I offer clients is, what we in the business call, interior decorating. It's not everything I do, but it is an important part of the design process. I provide a colour scheme, furniture, custom soft furnishings, and custom window coverings - we call this Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment, or FF&E for short. When I build a scheme and style, I take 100% of my direction from my clients. My eye for colour is sensitive, but it is anything but finite or dictated by a style or theme. I believe that designers and decorators need not be married to only doing one type of style, this is my view, but just because I happen to like a couple of things in particular it does not mean that I'm not open to suggestions. Below is an example of a scheme that I'm working on with a current client. Take a gander, because it's really quite interesting.

Corey Klassen Interior Design Fabric Scheme
Corey Klassen Interior Design Fabric Scheme

This is what we walked out of Layers and Layers with. It's amazing, but below is what we ended up after a few glasses of Prosecco and some careful editing:

CKID Fabric Scheme
CKID Fabric Scheme

So, how does this all fit into the overall materials and finishes for this project? Check out the finishes and materials below, because this one is AMAZEBALLS.

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