To my friends, family, and clients up north that are craving spring and counting down the days until it arrives, you’ve inspired this week's Friday Favorite Things! The thoughts of spring have invoked visions of flowers and lush greenery in my mind. Those thoughts have me longing to do a gorgeous dressing room drenched in those visions. Below are a few items I've come across this week....
If you know me, you know that I'm not usually one to go for florals, unless they are real and in a vase :) In my designs, I like to begin with classic, timeless pieces in a neutral palette and then bring in the client's personality through color, art and accessories. But there is something about this Anna French wallpaper that I love! I envision a super feminine dressing room wrapped in this cheerful paper!
Next, for this imagined dressing room, I would add a comfortable chaise lounge. I love this tailored lounge chair with a soft curved arm from Gabby Home, which I would upholster in a lush green velvet.
I love the textures of these pillows from Surya! The blush and ivory would look beautiful with the wallpaper and next to the green velvet of the lounge chair.
This 22" round walnut side table by Speke Klein Inc. is an updated version of one of a more traditional style. It would work well next to the above chaise lounge, a sofa or between to armchairs.
No dressing room would be complete without a little sparkle! This oversize floor mirror by Howard Elliott in silver leaf finish has an easel back so it can stand on it's own. It has a simple, sleek rectangular mirror frame that works anywhere from a modern to a traditional space.
Last, but certainly not least, our imagined dressing room needs an area rug. One that is soft and luxurious! How about something like this ivory curly lamb rug from Outpost Originals!? I love how soft and silky it feels under foot!
What do you think of this week's favorites? Let me know in the comments. You can always reach out to me at email@example.com with comments about the blog or for starting your design project!