Popular posts of the year: •Jane Gianarelli -Interior Design-


Let’s we look back on the most popular posts from the beginning of the year.

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Jane Gianarelli from Colorado-United States- was one of the four major winners of: Benjamin Moore Design Contest on olioboard & judged by:Tobi Fairley.

Jane, told about the contest on olioboard: «I have been following Tobi Fairley for the passed five years. Watching her business grow and her designs take off, she has been a role model, my mentor. I have wanted to attend her design camps since she first announced them over a year ago. This was my opportunity to go!I entered a number of boards and had fun every moment.»   & the winner olioboard:Graphic Yellow   Jane started her own business: Snob Interior Design four years ago. Her previous job was as a designer for three years in the local at Drexel Heritage showroom in my hometown. In the last four years she had the opportunity to build a wonderful clientele, some of which I have worked on an ongoing basis for four+ years. Also her work, has included many custom window designs, paint consultations, accessorizing, remodeling and tile projects for residential and commercial.
She says:
«I love tablescapes, two years in a row I participated in a Tablescapes Benefit along with eight other designers.  All the proceeds went to a charity,the benefits raised about $10,000 dollars each year.
I have had my blog for three years now and I look forward to each post.
I love what I do and it’s difficult to stop thinking about design, that’s all I do. In 2013 I will be attending a Tobi Fairley Design Camp and I have signed up for her e-design coaching.  This new year is all about finding a clear vision for my business”

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23 2012-07-03 19.01.38Custom Window Treatments:                  DSCF0012Photo Oct 06, 3 17 28 PM

Tablescapes:                      2

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Sheaffer Pen & "Home Office Design Contest” on olioboard~


On olioboard is running the: «Home Office Design Contest for your chance to WIN!» There are more than 290 entries and the winners will be 3. The contest is coming to the end and here are the choices from «tikib» -her board is on the top from the first day-  and from “paulamariefarmer” who & her board is to the first places.

~Tikib :

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Tikib’s 3 top choices for the winners are:


*The first choice is NYCLQs Workspace Grace OBC.  I can visualize this office space for a fashion magazine editor or top executive at a Fortune 500 company.  I chose this board because of its versatility and attention to details.  Not only does she have a desk and chair for the office space but there are multiple seating areas.  This will allo seating options for various clients.  In addition, I loved the way she made the neutral colors stand out to give the space an elegant, clean look. WORKSPACE GRACE OBC


*My 2nd place choice is Office Space by Jane Gianarelli.  I love how Jane was able to mix the vibrant colors in the office space.  In my opinion, this office space speaks to the young and the young at heart.  I believe it would be a perfect design for a young college student or a young person just getting started in the world.  With this board, the young college student or young entrepreneur will not mind studying or working from home in this colorful, fun office.Office Space by Jane Gianarelli


*My choice for 3rd place is I’ve Been Scahffered by LivingSpaces.  I am not sure if this board is in the top 25.  If not, I am hoping it moves up (I vote for it daily).  My reasons for choosing this board is because I loved how she mixed the brick and wood textures together.  In my opinion, the board has a mod, retro, and industrial feel to it. Ive been schaffered

***This was very difficult and I pity the judge who has to choose from all of the awesome designs from the Olioboard community.  I wish you and the rest of the members GOOD LUCK!

Tameka.


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~paulamariefarmer :

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Paula’s 3 top choices for the winners are:


*1st place: Tikib’s Ideal Dissertation Study Room. This board has been in 1st place for practically the duration of the contest! I think it captures both the functional and fabulous elements – which in my opinion is key to winning the challenge! The room is both light and bright which is a must when using a space to work in, and it has plenty of useful storage too. For these reasons I simply have to choose this as the winning board!Tikib's Ideal Dissertation Study Room


*2nd place: Pillows and Paint- Sunup to Sundown. I think a close contender is this board. Again, I feel it has both functional and fabulous elements to it. It is also light and bright and has plenty of useful storage. Of course, do you know what the best thing about this one is?…………………..that lovely view!! sunup to sundown

*3rd place: Sheaffers to the Wind –Paulamariefarmer. This board is based on a lot of design ideas from my own home – the colour green of the wall, the white office furniture and the many books all on design. It is such a fresh design and is fully functional as an office space and has lots of fabulous things in too – including of course, the wonderful Sheaffer pen collection on the desk!! 3 sheaffers to the wind

Good luck.!

Paula.


 

***Many   thanks

to dear olio-Friends Tameka & Paula for the post.!


For everyone is easy to sign in on olioboard & to vote here :

Olioboard Home Office Design Contest

****Good   luck   to   all.!!!

Jane Gianarelli Interior Design~ {before & after}


Jane Gianarelli is an interior designer based in Colorado-United States.

To the current post Jane describes  two projects of her.

Broadmoor Residence:The sitting area is in a master bedroom.  We painted an accent wall in a specific pink the client requested.  I used the clients two chairs they already had and reupholstered the backs of the chairs and make pillows.  Custom ordered a round ottoman in in a coordinating pink.  On the wall hangs a Flower of the Month prints in mirrored frames, which adds some light to the wall.  The upholstered bench ties in all colors of the bedroom.Master bedroom sitting area

Snob Interior Design: SNOB SHOTS  #snobID

Then entryway had a beautiful wool rug with colors of teal and an orange-red.  The chair and bench with rush seats had no cushions.  I found fabrics in the colors of the wool rug for more color and comfort.  The chest and and lamps are a beautiful focal point in front of the windows which cast glowing light onto an antique replica.

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Padded value.  Custom bench cushion for entryway by Jane Gianarelli Interior Design.                                  ~~~~~~~~~~~

Padded value.  Custom seat cushion and pillows for chair in entryway by Jane Gianarelli   Entryway by Jane Gianarelli Interior Design

May Residence:The client is renting this home and cannot paint color on the walls.  With everything being beige including the furniture, the focus what bringing in lots of color to the space. The window treatments brings height to the room, bringing the eye up.  This makes the space feel larger.  A mix of bright colors and textures throughout the space makes it feel cohesive.  Unique lamp to the right of the sofa casts a beautiful reflection on the wall.  Personal elements were added to the space that only the homeowners know about, entimental items from their wedding. Overall a very colorful, functional and relaxing room to sit and entertain in.

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