Hello! Hope you're enjoying our latest home tour! Today, we're moving out of the main living spaces and into the bedrooms. This little girl's room is just so sweet. Her only request was "pink" so we layered many different tones together to great effect. Generally, the wall color is decided as part of the scheme, but the paint colors had to be decided way before we even started talking about furniture. We wanted to find something that had a hint of coral and wasn't too overwhelming. Love & Happiness by Benjamin Moore was appropriately named and really delivered for us.
I had an old Lulie Wallace calendar with cute floral prints just waiting for their time to shine, so we had one custom matted and framed. The splurge for custom framing really upped the look. I loved that the print had a blueish background, so we begged our client to do chambray shades (with tiny pom poms at the bottom)! I'm so glad she trusted us. I love that the chambray breaks up the pinks without distracting from the girliness of the room:
An all white bathroom allows little details like the curved corners on the mirror and that cute sconce to shine. Soap might not seem like a big deal, but I think the blush pink label adds so much!
Onto the guest bedroom...our client already had the bed (which is one of my favorites) and then we layered bright prints to keep it happy and inviting. We were limited on space and figured, since guests don't require as much storage, that we'd use side tables as nightstands. I absolutely the love the result:
The adjoining bathroom features Chelsea Gray cabinets, marble herringbone floors and one of my favorite vintage surf prints.
Photos by Tessa Neustadt
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