This bedroom was really fun to work on - my favorite part was the full wall of custom drapery sheers! This project was a great example of a "spend here, save here" type of project. We splurged on the drapes, but were very budget friendly on other items. I'll give you more details, but here are the pics first!
Even though this bedroom was neutral, my client and I still wanted it to feel a bit eclectic and funky. My client has a great eye for art and we wanted to bring that feeling into the bedroom.
As a whole, the room feels simple and clean, but if you look closely there are a lot of little details (subtle patterns on the duvet and blanket, painted doors, funky hardware on the case goods).
As I mentioned earlier, we used the budget wisely by splurging on some items (window treatments, bedding) and saving on others (painting existing nightstands, vintage dresser, One Kings Lane art).
Here is a breakdown of the room:
Drapery Sheers - Custom
Nightstands - Existing, we had them painted white and added new knobs from Anthro
Lamps - Regina Andrew, to the trade
Headboard - Wayfair.com, it was a great price!
Duvet Cover with Silver Leaves - Global Weave, purchased through Isabella
Navy Chevron Blanket - Peacock Alley, purchased through Isabella
Satin Bolster - Custom (I had a tiny silvery blue linen flange added.. I love details like that!)
Art - One Kings Lane
Mirror - Alexander Scott (local Charlotte store)
Dresser - Vintage, we had it painted.