I know that I’ve been a little MIA lately, but life has been busy around these parts lately and my other project has kept me glued to my computer. Besides working on Covered Style, I’ve also been having fun helping a friend with her house remodel. She has beautiful taste and her house is going to be gorgeous. I honestly can’t wait to show you all of the rooms that we’re designed and put together. Enter the chic femme bedroom and a whole house full of gorgeous rooms!
Unfortunately, the house is still very much under construction, like the flooring and cabinets aren’t installed yet, so I thought that I’d post some of the moodboards that I put together. My client wanted her bedroom to be modern, yet feminine so we’re balancing the crisp clean feel of the black and white look while still keeping it soft, light, and chic.
As a warning, this is not some gorgeous moodboard where everything is completely in place and proportionally correct- it’s just a general feel of the room. I promise that once we get everything set up and styled, I will post
Lamps, Nightstands, Bed, Bedding, Art, Rug (Fun Rug), Curtains, Blush pillow (cheaper option), Gold pillows, X Bench, Dresser
So what’s your favorite piece? Do you love the more stark, modern look or do you lean more towards a warmer, cozier bedroom?
You know I’d love to hear our thoughts!
I’ve been searching for curtains online and came across these for only $19 instead of $89. It’s an insane deal and if they fit into my design I would scoop them up in a heartbeat. Since they don’t, I thought that I’d share them with all of my lovely readers! Happy Shopping!
I’m sure I’m not the only one who reads a ton of home design and decor blogs, magazines, books and has HGTV on whenever possible. If anyone else out there is paying attention, you’ll notice that some trends that people swore up and down would never come back are actually coming back. The two biggest shockers for me are spongeware or “spatterware” and avocado (as a color- the fruit never really went out :).
For those of you who try to forget all things 80’s, this pitcher is a prime example of spongeware. This design was actually created as a cheap method of dish design in the early 1800’s and saw a resurgence in interest and manufacturing in the era of shoulder pads and huge hair. Now that about 3 decades have past (where does the time go?) people are staring to fall in love with it again. Tory Burch just created a line of spongeware and even Pottery Barn even has a dish set. You know it’s pretty main stream when ol’ PB has it. My blog hero and amazing designer Elements of Style recently wrote a post on it, entitled “Grandma Chic” but to me it just screams grandma. Am I alone in this?
The color Avocado was so popular in the 60’s and 70’s that it pretty much took over. Everyone has seen one of these before, right?
Totally gross- I mean, I found this image on the site Ugly House Photos. Avocado is just that bad. Or is it? What if I told you that you could use avocado in a modern and socially acceptable way? Still not totally sure? Take a look at this absolutely beautiful room:
Stunningly simple and modern and the avocado color fits perfectly. I’ll be the first to admit that I was extremely hesitant when I heard that avocado would re-emerge in 2015 and really shine in 2016 but after seeing it so well executed in a few spaces, I’m pretty much sold. So what do you think? Would you entertain with spongeware plates or design your home with avocado? Anyone love or hate either (or both)?
And last but not least, the winner of the Kate Spade giveaway is Tiffany Austin! Tiffany- Leave a comment with your email so I can send it your way!