Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day!

Work in Progress: Part Deaux


In case you didn't read the last blog, we are on a two part tour of one of my favorite client's home.  Upstairs is where you find the bedrooms.  The best part is that I have worked with her for a long time and she trusts that I know her style.  When I designed her kids' rooms, she just let me do what I wanted.  It was only because I knew what SHE wanted with out her having to explain.  Sooooooo fun and what an opportunity!!

In the master I was excited to have another fireplace.  It is a place that makes you want to cuddle up!  The room is very large and I was able to fit two fabulous white linen chairs from Gardenology and a wonderful rattan sofa with tons of pillows.  You can get the entire family, including the three dogs, up there.

Master Bedroom

This is the master bath with the marble tub in center stage.  On the tub deck are sea sponges, bath salts, bubble bath and plush towels- great for a get away!
Master Bath
Having twins, means two rooms- different, but similar.  Fortunately, they both love turquoise, pink and yellow!  Up went the Philip Jefferies Burmuda Hemp Grasscloth which set the stage for the queen sized trundle beds I had made with Quadrille's Pina fabric in Dark Turquoise on Tint.  I love that they have a place for their friends to sleep over.  Can't forget the Moroccan poufs to jump on, read on and roll over.  The vintage yellow bombe chests were found on Etsy, as were the vintage pierced lamps.

Twin #1
Twin #2 has the same wall covering and bed but has the her grandmother's curio and her mother's childhood dresser as her bed side tables.  Her lamps are vintage from Etsy, too.  I could spend all day on Etsy!!!
Twin #2
The "brother's" room was fun to reinvent!  He is a rising rock star and soon-to-be teenager, so out went the baby blue and in came the bold navy striped walls and framed vintage vinyl record album covers.  These are actually family records I found hidden away!  The bed came from Room and Board and the side table is vintage, as is the light fixture you cannot see.  

The brother

Hope you have a great night and a fantastic Valentine's Day!!

xo,




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