Atlanta interior designer, featured on HGTV, turns a model’s home into a work of art

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It’s the boldness to try new things and buck monochromatic trends that makes the house stand out the way it does.

“This project is really an expression of who our client is, a young influencer with a lot of personality and style,” they said. “It’s okay for her home to be an extension of who she is. As with any project we do, our goal is to ensure that the design embodies who our clients are and what they aspire to.

To achieve this, Ebonee Clark and Jameelah Watkins embarked on a colorful bohemian style filled with natural elements and eye-catching pieces.

“Going into this project, we had a solid idea of ​​a refined bohemian look,” he said. “The windows in this house are stunning and we wanted to lean into the concept of inviting the outdoors inside.”

For them, the team really stuck the landing with the content room.

“We love the content room,” they said. “The large black paneled windows are beautiful and let in tons of natural light. It creates the perfect background for fashion shopping and content creation. Wrapping the palm leaf wallpaper around the room gave it a nice touch, showcasing the blush sofa and pearl blue chandelier.

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For those feeling inspired by the project, the co-founders of Lauren Wesley Designs said artistic success at home comes at a price: a willingness to take risks.

“Sometimes when taking on a design challenge, you can be apprehensive about choosing a fun wallpaper or non-traditional upholstery color,” they said. “When deciding on the key elements, don’t be afraid to take risks. Design should inspire and always be fun.

In the end, that willingness to take risks can be more rewarding than a sleek new look.

“Our customers invite us not just into their homes, but into their lives,” they said. “We hope that while leaving their homes beautiful, we inspire them to live well and prioritize what makes them feel alive.”

Joseph E. Golightly