To market, to market. It’s that time of year when anyone and everyone from the design world flocks to High Point, NC to find the latest, greatest, and fab-est finds. Hannah and I are knee deep in some of the most gorgeous things we’ve seen in our whole lives and can’t wait to share the highlights of our trip with y’all next week. But… In the mean time, we didn’t want to leave y’all hangin’ in the inspiration department, so here’s a master bedroom update from this summer!
We started this project with the mindset of using as much as we could that the client already had in the space. The bed stayed, the glossy navy dresser stayed… and then we pulled extra art and accessories from all over the house when it came time for the final touches. The main addition to the space was textiles. Our design scheme launched when I found that vintage bird print remnant on the shams. From there, we coordinated prints and patterns to give this space new life. A funky dot on the bed skirt, combined with geometrics, wovens and lattice prints to create a layered mix of color and texture.
Images by Luke Cleland
Space was tight so we found small white nightstands with fresh, clean lines and then started thinking about the details. Luckily, this client is a collector and isn’t afraid to collect something she loves. This made the “shopping” portion of the project pretty simple -- only requiring a stroll around the house. The lamps were snagged from a guest room, the mirror got a few coats of yellow paint, and art / accessories - all gleaned from here and there, around the house.
Overall, with a bit of imagination and a “work with what you got” attitude, this spot became a master retreat that you can truly retreat to. Click here for more of this happy home from their HGTV home tour from last fall!
Amanda Louise Interiors
ART | TEAL LAMP | YELLOW PILLOW | NAVY LAMP | DRESSER | TEAL PILLOW | NIGHTSTAND | TRUNK | CHAIR