Working with Retro Den to achieve your ultimate home style
When we do a mini-session, we first give you homework meant to get you really thinking about what you want out of this room- how you want it to look and feel. We send you our home survey full of questions (kind of like a home therapy worksheet) and ask you to make a Pinterest board. We use these pieces to help us get to know you and wrap our heads around where you want to go. Then, we take you there. And you like it.
A Tulsa Owen Park home gets a new interior design
Jessica Sprenkel was our most recent mini-session home styling client. Here's an overview of her living room project:
How Jessica wanted to use her room: reading, conversation, game nights, she wanted to have somewhere else she liked being than just her bed
Her visual hopes: Wanted the mantel to feel artistic and completed. She said she had been trying to style the room for two years, but it never felt complete.
Words she wanted to use to describe her room: open, light, bright, travel, cozy, comfortable, inspiring, relaxing, restful, friendly
Her inspiration board: tons of whites, layers of texture, a modern country French feel, earthy, but clean
So we show up at her house armed with a verbal list of what she needs to accomplish her ideal room, and we get the ball rolling while we are there. At a mini-session, we like to arrange and organize– leaving the room better than we found it and giving our clients a list of homework to take them to their finish line.
Homework after mini-session:
- Buy a couch
- Paint the fireplace white (it was already painted a brown color)
- Get plants– snake plant and philodendron
- Only buy white or cream accessories (planters, frames), and no more brand new trinkets; vintage accessories from here out to balance the new sofa and other new pieces
- Look for a jute rug
See the results
Let's get your house put together!