Samantha Style

March 16, 2017

Introducing another new revolve blog series featuring Samantha Stevens, Merchandiser for our Edmonton Store opening March 23rd.

Samantha, a Certified Interior Decorator, also sports a Human Ecology BSc from the University of Alberta and has loved designing and decorating spaces from a young age. She has been in Calgary for the last few weeks working with Ashlee-Ann Johnson, Merchandising Maven of our Main Showroom. Here is one of Sam's first designs showcasing the art of the small budget small space. Here's how it's done Samantha Style: 

#1 Choose pieces that are compact in price and stature, but huge on value and style: the Jude Chair, Warrior and Walon Dining Set, Florence Sofa, Farrah Fowler Storage Bed.

#2 Choose a neutral palette with on trend colours. Pearl Sofa, Grey Chairs, Navy Accents.

#3 Always with the Bling. In bronze for warmth. See how the Crons End Table and Haze Lamp bring out the Walnut in the Blue Velvet Bed. Magical.

 

We especially love how the Pearl colour of the Florence Sofa and the Glass top of the Warrior Dining Table make the space look light and airy.

Just the first of many awesome spaces that Samantha will create for us. Can't wait to see what she does in the new Edmonton Showroom. We'll keep you posted!





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