While up at the lake, we installed most of Grace's room. This kid - artistic, creative, adorably polite, needed a bigger bed. Twins are great, but the room has an odd shape which was only conducive to odd furniture placement. Much like my own master bedroom, the window wall was the biggest and the focal wall as you entered the room. We placed the bed right in front of those windows and created a wall of curtains as a backdrop. With her framed artwork as the focal point in the room, we painted all the walls white, this fabric added pattern, interest and punch. Easy to draw closed, my seamstress' once again did a beautiful job and they are made to perfection.
I love the combination of black and navy, especially with crisp white walls. Stray Dog was the perfect choice for fixtures to punch it up even more and the black and white flocked, dog paper was a must.
Jonathan Adler's graphic pattern was our fabric of choice.
Don't you love this lamp ! Stray Dog's Shelly. The shade is hand embroidered, created by the Otomi Indians in central Mexico. Love it !
Simple yet striking.
photos by mekenzie france
Stay tuned, that killer navy dresser in the design board - back ordered of course - will be here soon and I'll give you a full look !