Monday, November 21, 2011

Life in Grace








I'm sure many of you have spent a fair amount of time drooling over this adorable room! As you may know, Edie of of the blog Life in Grace lost her entire home and furnishings in a house fire last December. Her family has since rebuilt, and their new home is absolutely incredible...so full of joy and life! Edie's daughters' room above that she designed with Darlene of Fieldstone Hill Design is my favorite I think, the colors and fabrics are so up my alley. I just love those Painted Vintage Jane Iron Beds in (antique brass) all dolled up in my favorite Serena and Lily bedding. I also adore the turquoise chest, which Edie says is the most wonderful dresser in the world. They actually built that little nook between their closets just for it! And of course, we can't forget to mention the pretty wall color...one of my favorites actually, Sea Salt by Sherwin Williams. Visit Life in Grace for more images, and f0r the rest of the source information!


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21 comments:

La casa con encanto said...

ohhh lovely bedroom and bathroom!!!

So nice!!!
kisses,
Cristina

TwoThirtyFiveDesigns said...

Holy schnikes, the dresser, mirror and light fixture are amazing! As well as everything else in the room ;)

Sarah (Mrs. Ruffled Flats) said...

I definitely did drool over this room when I first saw it. I love absolutely everything about it. Thanks for posting it so I could get drool on my keyboard all over again! haha

Leslie said...

This room is absolutely adorable. :)

Titti said...

So nice!

Kisses from Roma,

Titti

http://dellaclasseedialtremusiche.blogspot.com/

Tanya from Dans le Townhouse said...

Great chevron rug - love it paired with the pale, pale turquoise walls!

wunderkammer said...

love the pictures with this great mirrows. they give me a lot of ideas and inspire me. thank you regards

rae said...

stunning. the colors and patterns are so bold! esp. that rug! but black white and turquoise look amazing together!

<3 rae

http://sickbunnyy.blogspot.com/

Amber said...

I love the way those mirrors reflect (sorry!) the shape of the flowers on the bedding. Very clever.

LoveFeast Table said...

Her home and her story ~ so inspiring!

Diane said...

That bedding is gorgeous!

Musette said...

I did not know about the fire! I hope everyone got out safely. It's wonderful they were able to rebuild - that room is absolutely lovely!

xoA

Anna Mae @ InteriorCravings said...

for me this post became all about the bathroom...STUNNING!

Judy King said...

Everything looks beautiful!! So glad you were able to rebuild such a wonderful home!

Lau Caste said...

I hate mysekf for being addited to another blob, but with this kinf of posts, I can't help it. By the way, my friend wants to makae her basement country style, and wants to use some sendra boots as decorative object. I think she wants to use them as a vase, or something like that.. I think its a crazy idea, what can i tell her to forget about this???

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HRH The Duchess of State said...

Absolutely ahhdore the painted dresser & beautiful mirror above it!

Jessie said...

The bedroom and bathroom are truly stunning. I love the mirrors, bedding and rug from the bedroom and the vanity cabinets from the bathroom.

Thanks for sharing! Gorgeous blog, a new follower, adding you to my blogroll now! :)

By the way, I am hosting a fabulous giveaway! Come by and enter for a chance to win a $65 store credit for a designer decorative pillow or two! Hurry, only 1 day left!
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Kitchen Cabinets Ventura said...

Very beautiful furniture indeed.The bathroom which also needs to store a lot of stuff has good storage which makes it look so neat and organised.

Jennifer (Polka Dot Peacock) said...

I have had this bookmarked since the day it was posted, and finally bought a sample of Sea Salt the other day. My master bedroom is a work-in-progress, and yet the colors were determined long ago: turquoise and coral-ish pink (I convinced my husband a dash of pink was a good thing), with hints of ivory, khaki and walnut. The Sea Salt is amazing, will be painted in my bedroom before week's end, and I am soo thrilled to have discovered it! Thank you!!!

{darlene} said...

Hi!! I just found out you did this post by following a bunny trail from Pinterest! Thank you so much for your kind words about my design, and for featuring Edie's wonderful home!
So nice to meet you in blogland, Erin!

- {darlene}
fieldstone hill design. com

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