Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Client Bedroom Update

Hey Y'all.  Thank you for all your help with the sofa dilemma.  I am leaning toward the 97" MGBW because it has everything I want rolled into one.  Since is it more than I had planned to spend, it may be a few month down the road purchase.  In addition, I'm still waiting on swatches to arrive.  I'll be sure to keep you posted.

In the meantime, do you remember the client that was interested in wallpapering her bedroom in my tipsy eBay Nina Campbell Paradiso purchase?  Her husband likes the room a lot but wants to see other options, so I thought I'd share some of the things I'm working on right now.

Project Paradiso 1   

This was the original design we discussed.  They both loved it but were hesitant about changing out their nightstands. 

Project Paradiso Option 2

So we looked at something that had bedside tables similar to theirs.  The husband still wanted to see more options.

T Bedroom

I love this design.  The star of it is Alessandra Branca's Elizabeth fabric for F. Schumacher (available through me).  It did not show up well on the design board, so you don't see much of it.  However, it would be a duvet cover and accent pillows.

Elizabeth by Alessandra Branca for F. Schumacher


And lastly, we have this fun design featuring Manuel Canovas' ever popular Pagoda fabric (also available through me).   

Pagoda is a stunning fabric that is so intricately detailed.  I am still in love with how Ruthie Sommers used it on the doors in her black lacquered foyer.  As seen in Veranda circa December 2012.

via the UBER chic Tilton Fenwick

Do you have a favorite?  Which would you choose?



  1. I have loved that Elizabeth fabric since I first saw it. It would look amazing in that bedroom. Love your boards.

  2. I love the Pagoda fabric but I am a sucker for anything with pink and green...I just love the bright colors! All of them are fabulous...any one of them will look great!

  3. I love the Pagoda fabric of course, but looking at these boards I think I would pick the Elizabeth fabric!