"It's all in the details", they say, and I would have to agree. A beautiful space is more than just lovely furniture, it's about texture, it's about the color story, it's about the feeling you get when you enter the space. It's about the meaning and the story behind what is chosen for the room. Clearly, this element is especially important to me. (hello my blog name : ) )
Thank you so much for everyone's kind words last week about the Gray, Gold, & White Nursery! It was so much fun to do, and it is one of those spaces where you step back and just breathe "ahhhhh" when you see it. This was a room that flowed out of me pretty easily design wise. I saw the space, talked with the owners, and immediately had the vision. As you can imagine, this does not happen super often due to rooms idiosyncrasies, but when it does, it is magical.
This week, I will be sharing more about the art, DIY window hardware, and overall thought process on the design of this sweet nursery, but I thought I would kick off this week's posts with the DIY Contact Paper Striped Ceiling.
When I was visualizing this space, I loved the color scheme and direction it was going , but I felt it needed that extra zing to make it really special.