|eye-popping graphics, adore home (feb 2012)|
This bedroom is one of the most inspiring rooms I've come across. The layering is simple, the few colors are striking, there's an expected contrast between the nubby lampshade and the silver pillow. And that Moroccan patterned bedding gives the room a restrained energy. The room is very fun and exciting without being overwhelming.
|all good things: global, modern, eclectic, feminine|
Pink and orange are with me year-round, in heavy doses. There's no chance to miss it. But seeing it paired with white and citrus shades is like having a cloud lifted from my mind.
|saturated brights + white|
|gorgeous curtain: airy, textural with a bold/delicate pattern|
|tablescaping 101: a scarf over a table and a stack of dishes|
As I'm currently rocking a mix of darker bedding, this little nest seems pretty refreshing. The toile headboard contrasted with the pastel diamond bedding and balanced by that black tribal duvet hits on so many notes of eclecticism and feminity. Multicultural bedding... And I can personally attest to the mentally uplifting power of pale pink walls.
|eclectic mix of patterns|
This room is too chic for a girl like me, but I appreciate the luxury of it. The bedding is restrained with the only interest being the headboard design, and the two accessories. If it weren't so tidy, I'd call it 'Desperately Seeking Susan'-style. It's happy and youthful without being too young. A grown-assed woman could be living here and it wouldn't come as any surprise.
|global glam: pops of color and a focal pattern|
And then there's this house: utterly unexpected. There's more pattern than you expect, unusual colors for a bachelor pad and a feeling of luxury. An invitation to this pad would be a golden ticket. Plush, hot pink chairs? People must fight to get a seat. Leather dining chairs under a plush capiz chandelier? Heaven. And the energy of that wall and the ceiling...
Thank you, Adore Home and Heart & Home and anyone else bringing us a little warmth in these crisp, freezing days.