Moody Cranberry and Fig Fall Room

Fall Moodboard

I’ve had this image in my head for some time now of a glamorous fall room and it’s always with white walls and a few jewel toned accessories. So I imagined this was for a high end client who wanted a glamorous but simple look. And I particularly say high end because I could not find a similar option for the lamp, which is amazing for its detail, and the mirror, though maybe I’m being too picky about how similar it needs to be.

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Design Moodboard: Earthy Electic

I’ve been feeling a little inspired from my Costa Rica trip. I’m really appreciating more greens and natural vibes in interiors, so I decided to see what I come up with. I wanted to incorporate different time periods, some accessories that screams travel, and some texture.

Earthy Electic

My starting point was wallpaper. I picked out Bananier from Pierre Frey for its statement. Although it does not come this way, it could look very cool as a mural. But, as it is, it could be great either as an accent wall or doing all walls. It would be very bold to do all the walls, but I think it’s the type of wallpaper where it would just transport you to a tropical location.

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Design Ideas: The Romantic Mood

This is my idea of an everyday room with a romantic vibe. You’ve got the waterfall chandelier and a few candle options here mixed in with the texture of sheepskin ottoman and the red curtain(that I imagine to be velvet or silk). I think a tufted sofa with nailhead trims just says romance. I’ve always thought the country style always had a touch of romance to it, so I threw in the buffalo plaid chair with the rustic coffee table. To prevent this room from getting to light and to pull another color from the dramatic art print of the couple dancing in the rain, I added in the black cabinet. I love this overdyed rug with the textured wallpaper.

The Romantic Mood

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