Monet Masters - Interior + Furniture Designer

Atlanta, GA, United States
Monet Masters is an interior designer based in Atlanta, Georgia. A graduate of SCAD-Atlanta, Monet is experienced in both commercial, residential, and furniture design. While she describes her design aesthetic as “Modern Electric Chic” with an emphasis on organic lines and natural elements, she enjoys helping clients define their own personal style, so it’s well reflected throughout their home or business. Monet is especially adept at employing creative and unique solutions for design problems that inevitably arise on projects, while maintaining her passionate drive and enthusiasm throughout the design process, Inspired by the fluidity of nature and the sleekness of modernity, she believes in creating spaces that harness positive energy for her clients, to help them live a balanced, relaxed life. This blog in intended to show the design process of projects of all different sorts, and how her love for fashion and nature inspires her design choices. Enjoy!

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Thursday, February 16, 2012

My First Commercial Project: Bouchic Boutique & Lounge




I had the pleasure of designing a up and coming boutique by the name of Bouchic Boutique & Lounge located at 880 Glenwood Ave. SE, Suite B. Atlanta, GA 30316. The ladies requested a sophisticated and chic look for their space. The following is my process for obtaining my interpretation of what they were looking for...


Original Floor Plan…




Space Analysis...  






Some of my requirements for the custom work was to incorporate a work space, and two fitting rooms that could be transformed into a stage. This is my blank canvas...




Here I began to sketch out furniture placement for the floor plan, then preceded to develop custom pieces for the merchandise and the fitting room…




This is a sketch of the wall unit that would hold the merchandise.





The design of the Fitting room was most difficult. The task was to create a enclosedspace that could transform into a completely open space to then be used as a stage. this is what I came up with.




I then put the sketches into my favorite 3D program "Google Sketup" for a more clear understanding of the intended idea...








Final design...


I made the drum pendants. Check out the post titled "Make your own Drum Pendant"...




Jezebel Magazine November 2011 issue...



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