At the top of our work-related bucket list was organising a collaborative photoshoot moulding together the most awesome kids interiors from new brands on the block and other small labels that we favor. We wanted to keep it simple, creating something that could work in any environment, yet with a funky vibe. Jungalow style. We Live Loud right, so why not?
Just before we took off for our long summer break, we finished what we could easily call our most exciting project of all time. You might have seen the pics and posts already but we also promised to get into some more detail. Last time we focused on the kids rooms and today we want to share the adult spaces with you.
We can honestly say that we have just successfully finished the biggest, most incredible adventure as Live Loud Girl.
We thank this project to our very first client who asked us to take care of the styling of her new home in Saudi Arabia. Although it is a neighboring country, we did have a few hurdles to take due to a very tight time line. From beginning to end we had just three months to take care of it.
For the sourcing we traveled to our home country, the Netherlands, as that is where we knew we would succeed in one go. This new house which contains seven rooms needed everything, from furniture to coffee table accessories. We wanted simple designed rooms, yet good for the eye. Scandinavian design was high on our client’s long shopping list, so were some boho pieces with a vintage feel. We crossed the entire country, searching for the perfect items to fill the empty container that was waiting to be shipped.
Our last styling project before the summer last year was quite a special one. It has been our most shared, liked and reposted room yet.
As we always strive to grow and keep surprising, we would like to share our latest styling project with you. It’s not a room, it’s not a room and playroom, it’s a whole home! To make it even more exciting, we will be going across the border to do the installation. Yes, we will be soaking up some Saudi sun before going home on our big summer break.