The bedroom featured in my portfolio got the most "buzz" from the recent article in Rue Magazine, so I thought I would breakdown the look for you.
1// The lamps were a "find" at The Find -- one of my favorite antique stores in the city. They are reminiscent of a chic, chinoiserie vibe that made me instantly fall in love. I scooped them up and decided they would be the feature pieces in this Master Bedroom.
2// Three words: the Morris lantern. Circa Lighting hit a home run with this pendant. If you think it's gorgeous in the photo, it's ten times more stunning in person. The antique hand-rubbed bronze is a nice contrast against the black and white of the room. I am a sucker for geometrics and the shape is to die for.
3// The black and white chevron fabric called Movement from JAB Anstoetz helped me be playful against a classic bedding backdrop. I knew I wanted crisp, clean white linens, but wanted statement-y, euro sham to add some playfulness to a stark bedding set-up. I had them piped in black leather for a contemporary look.
4// This bench has gotten a lot of attention! A great find from Lulu + Georgia. It was a fun compliment to the greek key of the nightstands and since the upholstered bed called for a bench of another material the weathered grey-black wood added texture to the end of the bed.
5// Who doesn't love a greek key? I had my amazing custom furniture guy build these oversized nightstands to my spec. I sought out their perfect hue of a creamy, warm white for weeks until I found West Highland White by Sherwin Williams. I ended up loving it so much we painted the walls in it as well!