Laura R

2022-05-03 14 484

Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings

The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign

This is the transition of a rundown 100 year old home into a lovely and feminine tea room for a client. The decor influences are French accents and florals. This is based on an actual home and budget.

Floor Plan 132.29㎡

The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign floor plan 132.29
This design is to maximize the seating in the interior and to add character to the both the interior and exterior.

Space Showcase 20 Renders

Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
The exterior features a ramp for handicap accessibility and a large patio area for outdoor afternoon tea. A tall apartment building is being erected next to the house. The large wall represents that building that is still in construction.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
Pink, blue, gold, and white are the main colors for this project. A mural and a large teapot sign make the house stand out as being more than just a house.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
Charm and character are added to the space with a multitude of plants.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
The patio area is kept simple with light and bright colors.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
The back wall of the patio area of lattice work and vines blocks off the unsightly garage that will be waiting for renovation in the future.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
A bicycle surrounded with florals provides a unique and beautiful backdrop for a photo opportunity.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
Another view of the patio looking towards the house.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
The front porch is set to be welcoming and pulls together all the colors for the space inside.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings

Tea Room

Farmhouse Tea Room 3d design renderings
An old French Victorian theme is present inside the tea room. There are some modern elements brought into the space as well, but they are very minimal. The banquette seating is repurposed old church pews.
Farmhouse Tea Room 3d design renderings
Gorgeous florals throughout the space bring springtime inside.
Farmhouse Tea Room 3d design renderings
A door behind the front counter allows the host/hostess a place to enter the kitchen area to provide assistance.
Farmhouse Tea Room 3d design renderings
The front door is a stand out in a beautiful blue. Hints of this blue are found throughout the space.
Farmhouse Tea Room 3d design renderings
A mirrored backing on the shelves reflects light and the beautiful surroundings.
Farmhouse Tea Room 3d design renderings
A large yellow building sits next to the home and is visible from the window, so it is necessary to represent that here. The seating in this area is kept to the wall so that the access in and out of the kitchen is available for wait staff.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
Another view of the main seating area.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
A display of items for sale sits next to the front counter as well as a glass case display of foods being offered on that day.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
A french door into the kitchen with millwork above adds a beautiful charm to the space.
Farmhouse The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign 3d design renderings
A gilt mirror reflects adds elegance and even more light into the room.

This home design project - The French Tea Room - actual location and redesign was published on 2022-05-03 and was 100% designed by Homestyler floor planner, which includes 20 high quality photorealistic rendered images.

This interior design idea has been featured in Homestyler Gallery under the following tags:

BigRoom100to200sqm#Commercial#Farmhouse
  • Juliana Campi

    It was wanderful

    Yesterday

  • Melodee Miller @ Laura R

    Thank you so so much for your explanation, that combined with a couple of tutorials and LOTS and LOTS of patience I think I am making progress, the couple of roofs I have completed so far are by no means perfect but I am make huge progress. I really appreciate your time and explanation.

    I am excited to hear more about your career change my dear, what area are you venturing into? It is most certainly scary and exciting which I agree is a positive thing :)

    8 May

  • Laura R @ Gob .

    Thank you so much!! :)

    27 April

  • Gob .

    This is really amazing

    27 April

  • Laura R @ Ольга Павлова

    Thank you so much! :)

    26 April

  • Laura R @ Annabella Lara

    Thank you so very much!! :) :)

    26 April

  • Laura R @ Melodee Miller

    Thank you so much for your kind words!! :)

    I started using Homestyler for fun many years back and recently came back to it as a career change too. :) I completely understand how you are feeling. Usually, though, when things are both exciting and scary, you know you are on the verge of something great. I wish you all the best, wherever this exploration leads you! :)

    As far as the roof goes...whew! It was my first attempt at such a thing. It was not the easiest thing to accomplish. I am sure if you use AutoCad, and import your design, it would be a simpler process, but I do not. Instead, I created it using the customize tool-Interior Modeling 2.0.

    It is a bit difficult to explain without the visuals to help, but I will do my best. Basically I used the plane projection tool on the wall of the upper floor to create a rectangle immediately above it. I then created a triangle within the rectangle to hit right at the midpoint. I deleted the excess portions of the rectangle until only the triangle was left. Then I used the offset tool to give my triangle shape an edge. I deleted the filled in portion of the triangle, so all I was left with was the edge. I then went back to 3D mode and extruded it out two feet. After that, I copied the face of it to the opposite side so that I could then extrude the back of it all the way across the house.

    After all of that was done, I had to go back and use the plane projection tool to select and delete the parts of the roof that were inside the house. Let me just say, I used the "undo" button a lot to get it right. :P

    I hope that explanation can help you somewhat. If it is too confusing, I would say to make your way through all the tutorials they have on here and just play around with the tools in the interior modeling to get used to how they work. I feel like I am only just getting some things figured out and it is only because I am determined to know how other people can do some of the amazing designs that they do.

    Best of luck!

    26 April

  • Ольга Павлова

    WOW!!!

    26 April

  • Annabella Lara

    Oh my goodness I actually love this so much. bon travail! :)

    26 April

  • Melodee Miller

    I have looked through a number of your public designs and I absolutely love your attention to detail, you are very talented.

    I am extremely new to Homestyler using it as a test platform really for a potential career change 😳, which is super exciting but also just as scary.

    I hope you don't mind me asking but one area I have really been struggling with in Homestyler is how to add a roof, I absolutely love the roof you have included with this design and if you feel comfortable doing so would love to know how you achieved it so that I can start incorporating a roof in my own designs as I just haven't worked out how to do it as yet even after many hours of persevering.

    Cheers Mel.

    25 April