Gideon Mendelson, the ingenious designer of this suburban home picked up traditional pieces in strong colors and playful patterns. Let us go to the bedroom; in this private space, he balanced the shade fabric and bold toile wallpaper with the soft curtains with checked or plaid pattern. Both of the patterns are in bluish hue with the mix of white as the main backdrop. The four-poster canopy bed exudes a dashing look of the wooden element which is polished in dark brown lacquer. Moreover, the engraved accent on the surface of the wood includes the headboard and the pillars showing twist feature smoothly.
This captivating guest bedroom was designed by Cheryl Tague in an Aspen condo. This private room is a perfect blend of American country and the spirit of sporty European. The backpacks, English settee, Welsh blanket and the Austrian trophies are antiques. You can place your meals on the settee while you enjoying the breeze on the bed. The duvet has soft hues in beige and white of Medium Check by Chelsea Textiles. There is a huge beam which is installed in crosswise to the ceiling. The dashing item is precisely placed over the bed frame. The walls look so rustic in a milk-paint wash in pine of knotty Canadian. The ceiling is in a pristine white hue of Farrow & Ball’s Clunch.
This enticing bedroom is a design of Celerie Kemble which accentuates a pure and ethereal elegance to the décor. This room is a part of an apartment in New York City. The wall is embraced by idyllic wallpaper in yards of silks and chenille and a silvery chinoiserie. All the wall décor ornament is from Brunschwig & Fils. The bed frame is hammered metal by John Robshaw. The designer wanted the room to be cocooning and feminine. It is all in soft grays and creams and a color which has a similar smell like cantaloupe but probably it is more closely to apricot. The soft beige sheers at the window treatments assimilate the light, thus we can feel the dreamy and soft ambiance.