Friday, January 15, 2010

Elegant Turquoise Upholstered Beds

dress, design & decor

Designers Guild

Peacock Feathers

Polly Wreford

Diamond Baratta Design

Designers Guild

Print and Pattern
First off, any post with this much Designer Guild is surely a feast for the eyes, but every single one of these beds is 100% scrumptious! The patterns, the colors...part sassy, part glamorous...truly a bedroom centerpiece if I ever saw one! For even more turquoise upholstered beds, check out this post I did back in September. And with that, Happy Friday everyone...have a great weekend! :)

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Piet Boon

I could have sworn I've shared these heavenly rooms by dutch designer Piet Boon before. If I haven't they are stuck in my "turquoise" bookmark folder somewhere (you should see that about mess...). Anyway, I was so happy to find them again on Habitually Chic the other day. I love me an all-white room with bits and pieces of turquoise! That blue silk headboard is something else! If you want to see learn more about this amazing Manhattan home, I found a House & Garden article about it here.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Cozy Coastal Guestroom

I immediately fell for this coastal guestroom when PK of Room Remix featured it along with a slew of other light and breezy bedrooms. (She found so many other amazing ones, so check them out here!) I'm just crazy about the pretty aqua wall in this bedroom...definitely my favorite feature! But all the texture is just so lovely. I want to curl up under one of those fluffy duvets right now!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Norah's Nursery Tour

This adorable nursery that Jessica of Black. White. Yellow. posted about is definitely in my top 3 favorite nurseries ever! (My other favs are here and here.) The colors are so bright and all the yellow, aqua and pinks! Ohdeedoh had a complete tour of the cute room belonging to little Norah. Her mom Caroline did the entire room on a budget, so head over here to read more. I own several of those colorful Pier 1's fun seeing them being used in a nursery setting. And how can I resist the Benjamin Moore Robin's Nest on the wall! LOVE!

Monday, January 11, 2010


I am loving the combination of old and new in this one-of-a-kind turquoise bathroom! The lovely Devon of The Wisteria House included the bathroom in her post about the renovation of the Virginia home named Woodlawn that was built in 1797. To see more of the beautiful home, and to learn why the renovation was a major puzzle, go here!
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