i was most inspired by this feature on lonny editor in chief michelle adam’s feminine but bold bedroom. i mean, you’re taking chances when you pair rose chintz and leopard and a polkadot print, am i right? but this works quite beautifully and screams style. she used schumacher’s pyne hollyhock chitnz print to create a gorgeous canopy over her bed, cleverly hung from her ceiling using west elm’s industrial pipe curtain rods (i did this to hide my unsightly washer & dryer in my guest bedroom – works like a charm!). i love this floral print, and noticed etsy shops have loads of it — from the fabric itself to pre-made pillows for those into DDIY (don’t do it yourself). i loved michelle’s bedroom before, too (just below) — prior to the curtains. she still had a lot of prints going on, and her bedroom gallery looked glam, too. i went on the hunt for other black & white inspiration, like anthropologie’s smoky rose wallpaper, the dot tanzania wallpaper from Thibaut design and rifle paper co.’s city toile, which i’d love to find a spot for somewhere in my house. anyway, i guess i’m reevaluating the power of the print these days — for more check out last week’s funky print post.
anthropologie’s smoky rose wallpaper.
clockwise, l to r: stylist Pippa Holt’s pink chair paired with a great print; orla kiely’s climbing daisy print; add a dash of pink via domino; gabi burger handpainted this polka dot wall, via the glitter guide; how about a bit of gay paris with anthroplogie’s C’est Magnifique Wallpaper?; you might want to go with blush walls and black accents, like this queen anne blush wallpaper by rifle paper co. from hygge & west; of course, now you’re looking good, via brookebrooke on vsco.
designer carolina herrera pairs pink with zebra, via architectural digest.
a great combination of florals, dots and prints, via bloggai bagis.