What caught my eye when I first entered Dylan’s nursery was the Thomas Paul Elephant Pillow design. Not only was the tangerine the perfect pop against the neutral ivory, grey and walnut color pallet but, it was a BurkeDecor find. Laura is a big fan of ours and thought our Thomas Paul decorative Elephant Pillow was a perfect accent to her son’s room. I admire her composition of Dylan’s space. The nursery has beautiful modern pieces, organic wood & leather textures accented with pop’s of tangerine and teal. Would be hard to believe that this same space was originally designed for a girl. The only items that remain from that project are the dragonfly wallpaper and the orange and white ditsy print window coverings. The doctors told Laura she was having a girl and changed their mind around week 30. O p p s ! ! !
Now to GET THE LOOK at BurkeDecor here are some ideas that you may want to explore. The calming neutral tones are perfect for a sleepy babies nursery. Don’t forget to add a whimsical element, or two, for all the playtime that will be enjoyed while the baby is awake.
Well, it’s done! I posted before about the bedroom I’ve been working on and we finished it a couple months ago. I’m really pleased and so is my client. We had a big disagreement about wall color about halfway through, with him say NO to my dark walls, but eventually I won and once it was finished he called and said “I think every bedroom should be this color. every bedroom for the rest of my life.” So that was good. The gallery wall is satellite images of some of the best golf courses in the world. I found and printed all the images myself and that was really fun project. Anyway, hope you like what you see!
here are some details:
Chair and Ottoman from Midcentury LA, Dresser, vintage find, Mirror from Bergdorf Goodman, Lamps – Clients own, Rug, Bowron
Side table – Lawson Fenning (amazing. i LOVE THAT TABLE)
Deco Blanket Chest- Antique find, Bedding and Sconces -Restoration Hardware, Pillows – John Robshaw, Bubble Chandelier – Pelle
Finally took some decent pictures of a recent job…. This is a little dining room I created out of wierdly neglected corner in one of my clients homes. He is a single guy so he was perfectly happy to eat on his sofa while watching football, or basketball, or sports center, etc. It took some convincing but he eventually let me design an area where he could eat, work, etc. and now, he uses it all the time.