If you saw Monday Musings, we promised a design board for the navy, yellow and grey master bedroom for our client...and here it is! Navy, yellow and grey, oh my! We decided to go with an understated yet jaw dropping palette. Oxy moron, but hey, it works. Let's start this off!
Let's begin with the bed. As you can see below (ignore the shoddy phone pic) our client has decided to go with an iron canopy bed. We love the romance and mystere this bed brings into the room. It is the perfect addition for the space. This bed would be nothing without crisp white linens. You all know we adore white linens here at S+S! They are great as long as you don't let your dog chew their bones etc on them. Disgust. Stella and Billie love to grace our white bedding's presence with their brightly colored bones. Ok. I digress. Another element we included was striking drapery. We were looking for something simple and chic but also eye catching. I introduce to you, the grey striped drapes. We are thinking this would also be an easy look to recreate. Any brave diyers out there? We know you are!
On to the accessories. One of our favorite elements in this look are the artichoke bedside lamps. OMG. Truly gorg. Topped with a simple white shade and a grosgrain trim? Uh yeah. We just did that. Bedside tables topped with some brightly colored flowers in a monochromatic vase. This room was dying for an x-bench. Obviously. And what better color to incorporate than navy?? Hello! A fabulous beige printed linen chair for their secretary desk and lovely throw pillows to match.
To the wall! A burst of sun was clearly what the doctor ordered. And who argues with a doctor? So we decided what better way to achieve that, than a sunburst mirror?! Love it. The photographs you see adorned with the gold frames, were actual wedding photos from the clients wedding. As you remember, we said their wedding had these same colors in it, so the combo is dear to their hearts. A great way to weave wonderful memories into an area you spend lots of time in.
What do you all think of the space? It is a place where you would like to curl up to and relax?