April 4, 2013 | Alex
Isn't this bedroom inviting? It's spacious, dramatic, bohemian, lived-in, a little off-beat...
I like the over-sized art above the bed. Especially how the geometric theme contrasts with the patterned bedspread, but stays in the same color scheme (a great example of complement|contrast in a real space.) I even like the velvet euro shams in the back-- in any other context, I think I might hate them, but here they really work by adding texture and stylistic contrast. And those charcoal floors! Yes, I could happily live here.
But since the family that actually occupies this bedroom (and their adorable mop-head kid) might object, here's an idea for how to achieve a similar look in your own space:
Sources (clockwise from top left)
- Architectural System Organism Machine by Simis Gatenio (38.6 x 37 x 1 Acrylic on Wood Panel), via Saatchi Online
- System Organism Machine by Simis Gatenio (33.5 x 47.2 x 1 Acrylic on Wood Panel), via Saatchi Online
- Provence Sham King, Calypso St. Barth Home - $180
- Austin Velvet Euro Sham, via Black Forest Decor - $49.95 (*sale price)
- Provence Duvet King, Calypso St. Barth Home - $675
- Diamond Linen Quilt (King), Pottery Barn - $299 (try the quilt as a casually draped box spring cover)
- Travers Side Table, Anthropologie - $498
- Tizio Desk Lamp for Artemide, via DWR - $525
- Off-Black (No. 57), Farrow & Ball