When a client knows exactly what they want, it’s up to the interior designer to make it happen. And the answer isn’t always easy or obvious. Creative problem solving comes into play on a daily basis at Marcia Moore Design and they’ve shared a handful of memorable solutions that required innovative ideas for construction, lighting and accessories.
10 Creative Solutions to Design Dilemmas
A client’s knob and tube wiring was transformed into a clever display with the addition of custom molding and lighting.
An out-of-sight solution was designed for pet dishes.
Multi-purpose pieces function as ottomans and a substitute for the common coffee table.
To keep counters clutter free and make the most of unused space, Marcia designed a coffee station with easy access from the breakfast room.
An ordinary switch plate disappears with a faux finish mimicking the backsplash tile.
When a client’s choice of lighting was a bit too tall for the entry, a custom design for this coffered ceiling made it possible.
A small space called for a console table and this custom, glass-topped design mounted to the wall ensured the space remained open and airy in keeping with the room’s coastal decor.
A bright gallery of paintings and accessories distracts from the necessary (but not necessarily beautiful) switch plates.
Marcia chose tall sculptures to fill empty space in unusually tall built-ins
To add visual interest to otherwise ordinary wood floors, Marcia suggested a classic herringbone pattern.
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