Thursday, August 23, 2012

Dyfari Interiors







If you needed a burst of happy today, I hope this bright bedroom did the trick! The vibrant space was designed by Diane Guariglia of Dyfari Interiors out of Cold Spring Harbor, New York for the Old Westbury Gardens Designer Showhouse, photographed here by Ric Marder. Always a fan of beautiful wallcovering, the Cole & Son "Rajapur" wallpaper we're seeing stopped me in my tracks! As did the two white chairs and window coverings, all so fabulous! Get this...the cool chandelier? It was white, but Diane spray painted it lime green to match the room. And the cute turquoise lamps on the nightstands? She found them at a garage sale and spray painted them too, then purchased cheap lampshades and adorned them with ribbon. (I never think to do that stuff!) For lots more great design inspiration from Diane, head on over here!


Sources
Wallcovering - Lee Jofa/Cole and Son
Striped pillow fabric - Zimmer and Rohde
Solid pillow fabric - Designers Guild
White Drapery fabric - Rogers and Goffigan
Contrast fabric in drapery - Robert Allen
Roman Shade fabric - Zoffany
Chandelier - Ballard Design (originally white)
Desk - West Elm
Coral back armchair - Oly Studio with the seat upholstered in a fabric from Lelievre
Big white occasional chair - Shine by Sho
Artwork - Art Addiction
Sisal rug - Pottery Barn

Love turquoise? Visit my shopping blog Everything Turquoise...updated several times throughout the day! Check out Decor by Color for even more color-themed shopping!

19 comments:

JWS Interiors Affordable Luxury Blog said...

Erin, This bedroom is amazing! Of course the wallpaper "makes" the room! Thanks for sharing!

Jennifer

Denise said...

Oh! This bedroom is stunning. Not every room could pull off this wallpaper. Wow.

Sam [The Peak of Tres Chic] said...

I adddore the cheeriness of this room. Def gives a beachy vibe. Love!

jane swensen said...

And all I can think of is it looks like a Miami Beach hotel and how unrelaxing these colors are. like you are on an lsd trip. Too much of everything for me. Though I do like the bed frame.

How2home said...

Wow....these colors are so refreshing! Love this space!

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener said...

Wow ... that's a commitment to color! I like it but I could never do it for fear I'd hate in two years.

Sophie said...

Love the turquoise and green, such a fresh combo!!

Heartfire At Home said...

I love bold, I love colour, and I love pattern, so this room is magnificent!! What a great statement and it works so well. You're right, it's very happy!The paisley wallpaper is amazing.

Rose - The Center of My Self said...

Definitely a burst of happy! How great that she mixed high- and low-end in the room. What really caught my eye was the ceiling; that border stripe adds so much and the squares around the chandy canopy give it a much bigger presence. Love the wallpaper but also noticed that stripes and straight lines are repeated throughout: pillows, bed skirt, ceiling, drapes, chair cushions. Brilliant design when all those elements are so cohesive that they don't shout, but just sing along in harmony.

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Heather Moore Grahling | Vivid Hue Home said...

This is the best paper EVER!!!!!

Ann said...

What a room!
What a wallpaper, so lovely!

Amara said...

Adore the stripy seat cover!

Jamie Herzlinger said...

What a happy room, cute and fun! Thanks so much for sharing!

Love, Jamie Herzlinger

mrsben said...

Very refreshing in colour palette! Nice to see what the Rajur wallpaper looks like when hung. (Love paisleys!) Being a hobby sewer, hmmmm am wondering how the the two-toned inverted pleats were done for the window coverings. -Brenda-

Dragon said...

Awesome. I will be following this series closely. Very interested in this!

Anonymous said...

Any chance you could tell me the name of the zimmer and rhode fabric?

O.Roberts said...

Love this bedroom! Where is the duvet from?

Anonymous said...

Love this bedroom! Any idea of what brand and paint colors she used for the accent stripes?

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