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  1. Project Update!

    We have completed another project here at KMI! It all started with a mutual love for grey & yellow. Our client already had grey and yellow accents all over the house. We came in to tie a few loose ends and it turned out so lovely!

    The first room we tackled was a multipurpose room. It’s a room where the family gathers to play games, read books, craft, do homework, lounge, or do just about anything! The space was already painted in a bold shade of yellow: Firefly by Benjamin Moore. We had a vision to create floor to ceiling bookshelves with plenty of room for games, books and crafts. Then we decided to add a daybed and a desk to the shelves, creating an all in one, multipurpose unit! The asymmetric shelves have a fun, relaxed vibe. The daybed has three drawers below for additional storage. The custom cushion and over-sized pillows are perfect for cuddling up with a good book. We used some of our favorite fabrics in this room from Kelly Wearstler and Jacques Bouvet et Cie. A large table sits in the middle of the room, perfect for crafting, doing homework or playing games. Five Tolix chairs nestle around the table. The metal chairs are super durable but comfortable at the same time!


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    The dining room did not need as much work. The space already had a bold, damask wallcovering and grey trim. The trim is painted in Kendall Charcoal by Benjamin Moore. We wanted to have touches of modern while keeping the space classic and timeless. Therefore, we added a zinc table from Bobo Intriguing Objects. It gives the room a cool vibe. We also got a new hutch from Four Hands that has a classic, vintage look. It is painted in a Swedish grey with driftwood accents. The slip-covered chairs and bench from Lee Industries add a relaxed yet timeless quality to the room.

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    All photos were taken by our friend, Julie Linnekin.

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