Soon after reflecting on the very last 12 months and pondering how she could assistance all those damage most by the COVID-19 pandemic, Stephanie Pohlman of Stephanie Pohlman Styles decided to offer you her talents to a deserving loved ones as aspect of what she phone calls the Design for Superior task.
The contest released in March and culminated in a bedroom makeover for a few, Bonnie and Jack, dwelling in Maryland Heights.
“They stuck out to me with their story,” Pohlman states. “She’s a health care worker, and she was doing the job on the frontlines with COVID patients, and he truly lost his father to COVID.”
The job introduced mild into the couple’s property both equally virtually and figuratively. Pohlman’s layout included a neutral coloration palette, to Bonnie’s liking, and freshly painted white partitions, many thanks to a donation from Wentzville-dependent BRS Tailor made Portray. The bedroom lacked overhead lighting, so Pohlman claims she relied on deliberately put lamps and bedside sconces to brighten the place.
To make the space experience larger sized, she opted for aspects with vertical lines and labored with the metro area’s One particular and Finished Contracting, LLC on an accent wall. “We chose the beadboard for the reason that it has the vertical strains in it, which basically attracts your eye up and tends to make the room come to feel greater,” Pohlman explains.
She states that making use of earth tones aided complete the bedroom’s sought after “serene, comforting vibe,” featuring are living crops furnished by St. Louis’ LoKey Models.