Throughout a time when many had been transitioning home areas into dwelling places of work for distant work life, Emily Corridor was reimaging an area couple’s dwelling workplace in preparation for a special life-style change.
The namesake of St. Louis-based design agency Emily Corridor Interiors says a College Metropolis couple was anticipating their first little one and wished to rework their workplace right into a peaceable nursery “match for a prince.” The (then) mother-to-be envisioned a room impressed by French inside design types, which Corridor says she fancies, as properly. “I really like that look, so instantly fed off of her want,” she says.
The modest room supplied paneled partitions, a drop ceiling and a small closet, so Corridor deliberate her design in a means that will maximize the restricted area. The closet wanted particular consideration, so she enlisted the assistance of Saint Louis Closet Co. designer Maria Skornia.
“I opted to make use of curtains as a substitute of doorways on the closet to make it really feel extra open and prompt utilizing the dresser because the altering desk, as a substitute of getting a further piece of furnishings,” Corridor says.
To create an expensive aesthetic, but preserve a comfortable and welcoming vibe, Corridor layered a white sheepskin run on high of a low-pile wool rug. She additionally added Lucite -and-brass pulls chosen from Rock Hill’s Locks & Pulls Design Parts.
“We added pleated material to the perimeters of the crib so as to add extra curiosity and texture,” Corridor describes. “I really like the additional layer that the bamboo blinds add.”