If you don’t know Maureen Stevens, you’re in good luck because you are about to be amazed. Maureen Stevens is a Austin-based interior designer and stylist that’s been developing contemporary design projects to die for. Stay with us and be mesmerized with one of his projects, designed for a young lawyer, a stylish and young apartment.
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From a very young age, interior stylist Maureen Stevens has been in love with making changes around the house, creating different and unique experiences. So, when years later she decided to open her own blog, new opportunities started to come up, enabling her to experiment in the actual field. “Since then it’s been a brilliant ride of inspiration and gratitude doing anything from styling with HGTV.com and Make it Over magazine, to having our urban oasis featured in the Austin-American statesman, and having our home featured in a national print home magazine, Make It Over, from the makers of Cottages & Bungalows.”, the designer states on her website.
The interior design project we have chosen to share with you today is, as we’ve mentioned before, a very contemporary, young and fresh project. With lots of colors everywhere, you will see as you scroll that patterns also play a great role in creating a more youthful and cheery vibe around the house.
The living area is filled with bright colors and accent patterns that enhance the fact that this is a modern home, designed for a modern person. Although the space itself is not very big, the designer helped to open it up a little bit by using simple furniture and only the essentials, as well as light colors and patterns.
This minimalist floor lamp by DelightFULL would look just amazing in a contemporary project such as this one.
Here we can see in bigger detail one of the most stunning patterns featured in the whole house. The mirror also helps to create the illusion of openness, making the room look bigger. A simple and clever way to making a small living room look bigger!
Some of the details we can see from the master bedroom show us that cheerful colors are spread out all over the house. The teal wall makes a great contrast against the beige headboard and the white and gray bedsheets.
The dining room is a small space, contiguous to the living room. It’s minimalist and modern, but with a touch of classical elements, such as the white painted chairs paired up with the contemporary dining table. The wooden sideboard creates a stunning contrast with the white of the dining setting. You can see more details on the photo below.
Lastly, we believe it is all in the small details. And seemingly, interior stylist Maureen Stevens agrees with us, putting this stunning small tray on display, featuring a gorgeous pink flower, two gold plated stones that are just to die for and, of course, a little inspirational quote to make our day even better!
Photos © Maureen Stevens
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