Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Master Bedroom: After (the details)

Shade and pillow fabric:  Tala Bluemarine by Annie Selke from Calico Corners (sewn by yours truly).  Long lumbar pillow insert (13x34) from Restoration Hardware.  20" pillow inserts from IKEA and paisley cases from Pottery Barn.  Embroidered pillow was a wedding gift.  Valance created from IKEA Aina bleached curtain, lined with IKEA Lenda curtain.

Headboard and bed-skirt made (by me) from Doux Cotton Velvet in navy from fabric.com; upholstery nails from ebay.  White linen duvet cover and standard shams from Restoration Hardware.  Pick-stitched euro shams from Garnet Hill (matching quilt is backordered and coming soon).  Blue dot pillow covers and inserts from IKEA (can't find them on the website).  Sheepskin rug from IKEA.  I've had the batik tapestry (draped at the foot of the bed) since before college.


Night stand (and dressers) are vintage Edward Wormley for Dunbar and belonged to my in-laws and my husband's late grandmother.  Blue lacquer tray from West Elm.  Candle holder from IKEA.  B&W photo from our wedding day.  Painting by one of my talented grandmas.

Pink peonies were a birthday gift.  White vase from IKEA.  Limoges covered dish was a gift from my parents when I was 11 or 12.






Watercolor paintings by my other talented grandma, framed in IKEA Ribba frames.  More peonies from my birthday, in a blue pitcher from IKEA.  Photos of my girls as babies. 

White mediterranean tray from West Elm.  Mirror and heart box were gifts.

Small porcelain dish from Anthropologie.



Seashell from our honeymoon.  White Portuguese vase and wooden puzzle from Home Goods.

Painting:  acrylic on canvas (by me) - does it look familiar?  African bowl was a wedding gift.  White box from Home Goods.  Blue glass bud vase from Khan el Khalili market in Cairo.


Craigslist chair, reupholstered in Hendrix from Calico Corners.

Bokhara rug from my grandparents.

Elephant pedestal from Bombay Company (purchased in 2000).  Fern and white pot from IKEA.

6 comments:

  1. I love seeing the details : )

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  2. GORGEOUS! I came here from 6th Street Design School especially to see who that painting was by and then I see that it was a DIY, GENIUS!

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  3. Thank you!

    Kenesha - so glad to discover your blogs. Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Found your blog through Kirsten and your home is stunning!!! Absolutely gorgeous!!

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  5. Just discovered you over at Keller Creative. Lovely room! :)

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  6. This is probably my all-time favorite bedroom - you nailed it!!

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