Mady’s Room was most definitely a labor of love. She made most of the major decisions but I am delighted to say we work pretty well together!
We had some very definitive plans for this space to begin with and actually changed the blueprints from the get go to put her fingerprints all over it. It IS most definitely her space.
I believe it is so important and (in the end) invaluable to let each person play a major role in the planning of their own space. This strategy also guarantees diversity and interest in the project as a whole. We found this designer’s guild wallpaper in the preliminary stages of our design planning and we knew we had to incorporate it. It is even prettier in person! Just gorgeous large-scale bouquets with exquisite color! We are more than pleased with it!
In the main part of her room (you’ll see what I mean in just a minute) we used the wallpaper sparingly in the back of both bookshelves that flank the window seat against one of her walls. We painted the walls Ben Moore Chantilly White. We added color via the cabinetry, doors and all the trim by painting them Ben Moore Grape Ice (1395).
We intentionally wanted the walls white because we went crazy with all the pillows (primarily in Duralee fabrics)! And the window treatment is in Fabricut - Cotton Awning. In the center of the room is a daybed from Mecox Houston. It is to die for! So, glamorous and perfect for my youngest and her personality. The mirrored dresser is from Z-Gallerie.
We also added fun color via accessories such as this AWESOME orange lamp from Surya. And fun artwork from Joss and Main.
BUT the piece de resistance is this…
We revised the blueprint to incorporate this loft in the top of her room! It sits directly above her bathroom and houses her bed.
We COVERED this space in the designer Guild Arampali wallpaper. Walls and ceilings alike are dolled up with this fabulous floral paper! More up-close pics of this space to come as I MUST show you the fab chandelier and her little private getaway!
So, what do you think? How do you feel about the bold floral and lavender touches? What do you do to make spaces unique for the person who lives in them?
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