Happy Monday to you all! We hope you had a wonderful weekend! We've got a really great commercial space to show you today! Designer Betsy Pevey worked closely with Dr. Priscilla Jolly and her husband Jason on their new orthodontics clinic, Jolly Orthodontics, in The Renaissance right here in Ridgeland! This was a fun project for Betsy because she was involved from the very beginning and was able to make many preliminary decisions. (Quick little reminder: SummerHouse designers don't only do residential design. We love commercial projects, like this one, too!)
The Jolly's wanted the space to be modern with clean lines and a comfortable feel. The color palette they specified was soft greys, aquas, and yellows. Love it! Since most of the Priscilla's clients are teenagers, the Jolly's wanted to space to be really inviting and interesting.
The big windows in the waiting room allow for lots of natural light to flood the space, making it extra cozy. Betsy had a custom 12' banquette built to fit the curve of one of the walls in the waiting area and to provide some great seating. To make it look like an actual piece of furniture rather than a built in, our talented furniture builder/upholsterer added some beautiful legs to achieve that look. Betsy and the Jolly's were so pleased with the turn out! The LEE chairs in the waiting area also turned out beautifully, done in a commercial contemporary fabric with all the colors the Jolly's wanted. To incorporate some chairs that the Jolly's found on their own, Betsy was careful to choose fabrics that tied everything together.
The clinic side of the space is more high tech with dental chair stations and computers. The interior ceiling and exposed duct work is all part of the modern design! There is also another great looking built-in in this space with local artist Dyann Gunter's art hanging above it. This space turned out very nicely.
Betsy had a great time on this project. "I truly loved working with Priscilla and Jason on their new clinic. They knew exactly what they wanted and we were able to achieve just that. What an awesome space!!"
Well said, Betsy! And great work! :)