Monday, June 2, 2014

Sail Aweigh

Good Morning! It's gorgeous out here today! I spent the morning catching up on work but I wanted to share a nursery project that I recently completed with you.

The biggest challenge was the size of the space but we wanted to make it as user friendly as possible. (it was hard to capture even the crib area with the camera). Luckily the client (my sister in this case was able to use a changing table/dresser in a nearby room).

I don't like to create rooms that are obviously too thematic and cutesy but I was inspired by the sea and sailing on this one! We created a space that little Alex can grow into. There's room for a twin bed and dresser once the crib is removed.

I used all Ace hardware's Clark+Kensington paint on the project. Here are the colors:
Walls: in a deep navy blue: Heirloom China 37C-7, vintage table: Precious Peonies 06D-4

Other sources: lamp: vintage, artwork: boat bottom photograph (will provide name), pillows: misc. all via Homegoods, table: vintage repainted, chair: Boston Interiors, crib: Room and Board, Rug: Rugs USA, chandelier: Pottery Barn (slightly different version now, I would change the shades to white linen, Aweigh Print: here - then I had it custom framed, beach photograph: Christian Chaize

Photography: Ann-Marie Rollo - images property of Ace Hardware, Interior Design - Julie Richard, Shelter.


2 comments:

Lily L-M said...

This looks gorgeous! I love that it's not TOO obvious but still feels very coherent. Great job!

x Lily
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Monnaie said...

Nice interior designing and interior decoration.

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