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Overland Park Project Reveal

We had come so close to finishing the last room in the house, the dining room, after roughly 3 years of decorating the house on Grant Lane room by room. Right after we hung the beautiful elephant gray grasscloth in the dining room I received a surprise email announcing the family’s decision to put the house on the market and move across town. The chandelier, dining chairs & buffet never made it to this house, that will be a project for the new house.

The family room was the first room we worked on. My client is smitten with Jonathan Adler and the first house she ever showed me as something that she loved was Joel McHale’s gorgeous home, decorated by his wife and Elizabeth Gordon. With these two inspiration points we headed in the direction of colorfully modern with chic sophistication as the foundation for the design. You may have seen these first three shots before, as this room has been on the portfolio page for quite some time but I wanted to post the home in its entirety .

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The “blue room” turned out pretty swanky with the custom made lucite game table. The only thing missing in this room are the window treatments that were to be done in a tan with a wide black stripe. 2

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Hall Bath 6

Home Office

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Their son’s room
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Master Bedroom
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Thats it for the house on Grant Lane! I’m so excited to start on the new house (its beautiful) and give the decorating scheme a slightly new twist.

First 3 photos by Roy Inman. All others by Kenny Johnson.