Wallpaper Round Up : For The Babes

I am FAR from being ready to have babies right now, but I do get a little jealous when clients come to me to design their nurseries. I mean, you literally have the excuse of all excuses to turn that sporting equipment/guest room/office (ours currently donned "The Rumpus Room") into a dreamlike space filled with all the color, plushness and pattern that you could never really commit to anywhere else in your home. Gone are the days of the Power Ranger / Cabbage Patch Kids/ Care Bare themed rooms (dating myself here) - nurseries are becoming more of an integration of pieces you already own with a few sweet touches of course - one of my favorites being wallpaper!  Wallpaper these days is so incredible - from the range of patterns, price points, and the fact that you can even get removable wallpaper so you don't have to freak when you're babe turns 5 and all of a sudden isn't so stoked about the gold puffer fishes his super hip mom covered his room with (he doesn't know how lucky he is!)

Image via  Domino

Image via Domino

Shop My Picks Below! 

Wallpaper For The Babes via Sun Soul Style

First Row (left to right): // Triangle Wallpaper (Removable!) via Etsy // Watercolor Cactus Wallpaper (Removable)  & also Anne Wall  // Tigers Eye Wallpaper in Lilac via Walnut Wallpaper 

Second Row: // Mr Blow in Goldfinger via Walnut Wallpaper // Safari Wallpaper in Blush via Hygge & West // Woods Wallpaper via Anthropologie

Third Row : // Sisters of the Sun Wallpaper, Gold on Cream via Walnut Wallpaper // Palm Jungle Wallpaper via Walnut Wallpaper //  Jungle Vines Wallpaper via Anthropologie

Fourth Row: // Jolie Wallpaper via Project Nursery // Sissy and Marley Giraffe via Walnut Wallpaper // Swimming in the Sea via Walnut Wallpaper 

Fifth Row: // Lobby in Royale via Walnut Wallpaper // Wish Upon A Star Wallpaper via Anthropologie // Tidal in Blue via Walnut Wallpaper 

Sixth Row: // Holden Wallpaper in Permanent Midnight via Walnut Wallpaper // Wild Thing Wallpaper (Removable) via Chasing Paper  // Folkloric Forest Wallpaper via Anthropologie 

Want help designing your nursery? Work with us!

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You're Making Me Blush

Blush is coming back in a major way and let me tell you...I ain't mad about it! This hue looks stunning paired with navy, emerald, copper and brushed gold and is versatile in that it can easily read as très sophisticated or more youthful and feminine depending how it's styled. Scroll down to check out my top picks and get this stunning hue into your home! 

Blush via Sun Soul Style
Blush Decor via One Kings Lane
1. Monroe Mid Century Chaise  via West Elm  // 2. Whisper Chandelier  via One Kings Lane  // 3. Frona Rug in Rust  via One Kings Lane  // 4. Vintage Ottoman sold out online s imilar here (in rosewood)  // 5. Hex Side Table in Pink Marble  via West Elm  // 6. Velvet Headboard in Rosewood  via Anthropologie  // 7. Apple P Pink Armchai r via HD Buttercup  8. Vintage Pillow  via One Kings Lane  // 9. Kelly Wearstler  Graffito Wallpaper  // 10. Decked Out Pink Stone Coasters v ia West Elm  // 11. Highball Glass  via Anthropologie  // 12. Bacharach Swivel Chair  via Jonathan Adler

1. Monroe Mid Century Chaise via West Elm // 2. Whisper Chandelier via One Kings Lane // 3. Frona Rug in Rust via One Kings Lane // 4. Vintage Ottoman sold out online similar here (in rosewood) // 5. Hex Side Table in Pink Marble via West Elm // 6. Velvet Headboard in Rosewood via Anthropologie // 7. Apple P Pink Armchair via HD Buttercup 8. Vintage Pillow via One Kings Lane // 9. Kelly Wearstler Graffito Wallpaper // 10. Decked Out Pink Stone Coasters via West Elm // 11. Highball Glass via Anthropologie // 12. Bacharach Swivel Chair via Jonathan Adler

How To Master Mismatched Dining Chairs Like A Pro

If there is one thing that screams eclectic and cool its mismatched dining chairs- but this look can quickly go from "je ne sais quoi" to "faux pas" (see what I did there) if not done correctly. Check out my tips on how to pull off this trend like a pro!

Same Chair Different Color 

If you're feeling timid about this trend, this is a great place to start - choosing one chair and varying up the color is an easy way to make your home feel eclectic and playful. 

Eames Plastic Mold Wire Base Chair via DWR (similar here)

Same Chair Different Upholstery 

Similar to the technique above - however I'd be sure that the fabrics are united by either being in a similar color family or made from a similar type of fabric (ie.,, as done below with South American textiles) 

Image via My Domaine

Image via My Domaine

Zolna Chair via Anthropologie

 

Different Chair Same Color 

Pairing different chairs in the same color allow you to mix up height and style while still feeling balanced and consistent. 

Francesca Chair via One Kings Lane // Cold High Back Chair via One Kings Lane // Eames Plastic Mold Dowel Base Side Chair via DWR

 

Mix Modern with Vintage 

 Don't be afraid of mixing styles! Mixing traditional and modern pieces helps make a room feel eclectic and collected rather than one dimensional. I say the more stark the contrast the better this technique works! 

Exeter Side Chair via One Kings Lane // Slatted Folded Chair via One Kings Lane

 

Play With Neutrals 

Working with neutrals helps create visual consistency when mixing and creates a sense of modernity thats feels oh-so Scandinavian. 

Image Via Frenchy Fancy

Image Via Frenchy Fancy

Era Chair in Natural Via DWR // Copper "Real Good" Chair via Blu Dot // Alfi Low Back Chair via DWR // Hoffman Side Chair in Natural Via DWR

 

 

Mix Up Material and Weight 

Love the dramatic contrast between the heavier wingback style chairs at the heads of the table and the polycarbonate chair (and its playful nod to the Louis XV chair!). 

Image via Design Sponge

Image via Design Sponge

Horatio Wingback chair via One Kings Lane // Ghost Chair via DWR (similar here)

 

Play With Height

Placing highback chairs on the ends of the table is always a good idea ! 

Ethan Wingback Chair via One Kings Lane (similar here)// Patchin Industrial Bench via One Kings Lane // Tolix Marais Chair via DWR (similar here)

Mismatch In Pairs 

Mixing up chairs in pairs can help create balance and also symmetry.

Image Via SFgirlbyBay

Image Via SFgirlbyBay

Image Via Everday Interior Design

Image Via Everday Interior Design

Leather Slope Chair via West Elm // Soren Chair via Room & Board

Let The Masters Do Their Thang 

You know what they say - if you've got it, flaunt it! If you have some amazing iconic chairs I say put them all together, throw in a rustic vintage table, and you've got yourself a Parisian masterpiece! 

Image Via Marie Olsson Nylander

Image Via Marie Olsson Nylander

Platner Arm Chair via DWR (repro here) // Panton Chair via DWR (repro here) // Vintage Richard Schultz for Knoll Chair via 1st Dibs

Get The Look: Jessica Alba's Guest Bedroom

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I am constantly coming back to Jessica Alba's gorgeous guest room for inspiration.  Designed by LA based design firm Consort Design, it mixes bohemian elements seamlessly with some of my favorite midcentury pieces such as the infamous Serge Mouille 3-arm chandelier, and throws in a little glam with pops of color and texture. Scroll down to find out how to get the look (for what I'm assuming is a fraction of the cost!).  

Photo Via My Domaine

Photo Via My Domaine

Photo via My Domaine

Photo via My Domaine

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1. Serge Mouille Inspired Three Arm Pendant $399 via France and Son   // 2. Embellished Stripes 2 from $895 via Natural Curiosities  // 3. Lynwood Single Task Lamp $125 via Rejuvenation // 4. Wingback Chair $418 via All Modern  // 5. Mudcloth Pillow  $48 via Thimble and Cloth on Etsy // 6. Pike Moroccan Style Rug from $149 via One Kings Lane  // 7. Vintage Japanese Silk Pillow $80 via Etsy // 8. Navy Velvet Pillow $89 via One Kings Lane // 9. Louis Bed from $799 via Ballard Designs // 10. Locust Slidell Throw Blanket $69 via Urban Outfitters // 11. Wall Mounted Gazelle Horns $129 via Wayfair  

Happy Decorating! Xoxo