Welcome to Part Two of the Designer Challenge- console edition! I’m thrilled to welcome Jean of Flower Hill Design. Jean has exquisite style and her blog is a treasure trove of wonderful inspiration for creating a beautiful life. I love reading posts about her own home projects because I know they’re going to be fantastic. I can’t wait for you to see what she did! (If you missed Part One, you can see the three console options and find out what Arianna did here.)
Hello Satori readers! My name is Jean from Flower Hill Design and I am thrilled to be a part of Shauna’s Designer Challenge Series! When Shauna first sent me three console table choices I was immediately drawn to the charming Long Wood European Console from Wisteria.
I immediately envisioned the rustic wood of the console table paired with layered rugs like the Biscayne Pecan Rug and Zebra Cowhide shown. By far my favorite element in the space is the Goddess Green Chandelier. Isn’t the name so fitting? It adds the perfect touch of color and sparkle (because in my opinion every room needs a little sparkle) and is the inspiration for the green accessories throughout including the geo print pillow pair. To add balance, I added a pair of turned wood base table lamps that are consistent with the rustic wood of the console. For that quick lipstick check every entryway needs a beautiful mirror. A pair of ottomans with nailhead trim provide a place to sit and put your shoes on. And finally let’s not forget a basket to hold all of those extra accessories like hats, gloves, and scarves.
Thanks again Shauna for inviting me to be part of your series! It was so much fun!
Thank you Jean for taking the time to put this together. I absolutely adore what you did with the console table and I’d love for it to be the first thing anyone would see when I open my front door (including myself)! You’re right- that light fixture is amazing!
What do you think? Which console would you choose and what would you do with it? I’d love to know.
Enjoy your day!
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