This is a follow-up to this post on our newly remodeled master bedroom.
The bedroom color inspiration came from a duvet cover
bought at Macy's a couple years ago.
The blue paint on the walls is called "My Painter Wants to Shoot Me."
In other words, it was a custom mix that we played with over a few days.
In the end, I would say it is a cross between Benjamin Moore's Glass Slipper and Blue Lace.
The ceiling is Benjamin Moore's Super White.
The painting below is of Newport Beach's Back Bay.
The pick stitch pillow and matching quilt are from Pottery Barn.
I took the pillow to our local monogram shop for the over sized monogram.
The gas fireplace is original but we replaced the grout and added new cement logs.
The petite sun burst mirror is from Wisteria.
The crystal lamps were from Williams Sonoma Home.
The ivory linen drapes were custom made (with a Parisian pleat) and a
blue velvet border that matches the newly recovered bergere chairs.
All the fabric was purchased at a discount fabric outlet--more about that here.
The silver drapery rods and rings are from Restoration Hardware.
The crystal chandelier was given to us by my mother.
It was in our home while I was growing up.
I bought this bench at an antique store in Florida and recently recovered it with a
Kravet raffia fabric and nail heads. The carved legs were originally from an old bed frame.
The dhurrie rug was a deal from Joss and Main.
It came out darker than I expected from my computer screen
(non-returnable--something to remember when ordering from there)
but I think it is fine.
The end tables are from Noir Furniture and the magazine baskets are from Target.
The rustic wide planked wood floors are from Provenza Old World Classics.
This floor is throughout the house and is relatively easy to maintain and
gives us the casual, beach cottage feel.
Thanks for visiting.