A Rustic Romantic Bachelorette Pad

One of my friends lives in a gorgeous, light-filled apartment in Hoboken. I’m helping her design the space and we’re starting off with the main living area – including the entry, living room and oversized alcove that we’ve termed “the den”.  Although the design is not complete, I couldn’t resist sharing the initial design board!

Christine-Entry-by-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJmirror, tray, vases, console, basket, candle, door mat (indoor/outdoor rugs are excellent alternatives for door mats!)

I find defining the style of the space from the get go helps set the stage for the design and keeps everyone on track once purchasing begins. This way when you come across that amazing find in Homegoods, you can reference your “definition” to ensure it will vibe with the rest of the space.

Christine-Living-Room-Only-by-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJfloor lamp, sofa, pink pillow, black & white pillow, chair & ottoman, side table, coffee table, terrariumsrug, coffee table tray, box, media console, prada canvas, bar cart, decanters, tray for bar cart, glasses

Christine-Den-by-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJmirror, polka dot pillows, fur pillows, gold pillows, tribal lumbar pillow, daybed, ladder, throw, vases, box, chairs, table,  rug

Extra space is a rarity in apartment living, so we really wanted to capitalize on it! The daybed can be used for overnight guests, or the table and chairs can be pulled up for small dinner parties.

I’m really loving the mixture of textures and styles! What are your thoughts?

3 thoughts on “A Rustic Romantic Bachelorette Pad

  1. Your friend is so lucky! Love the palette and all of the picks! Those lucite chairs are amazing, and the lucite peekaboo console is great for a small space. That tray is divine, as are the terrariums. You can always count on Furbish to knock it out of the park, and West Elm has been great lately! The terrariums remind me of a line from last night’s Mindy Project, not sure if you are a fan; but it is completely hilarious “Is that a 3D model of my uterus…yes, I use mine to house my succulents”.

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