Happy Tuesday design lovers,
Today is all about the master bedroom at project thornbury and she’s the prettiest little thing I’ve seen. The homeowner and matriarch of this family is a powerhouse. Always doing everything for others so I really wanted to create a special space where she could close the doors and feel completely at ease.
She has a feminine side that really comes across in life and in home decor so a little fuscia had to find it’s way in here. Of course the inspiration came from the fabric as it almost always does.
Here’s what we came up with:
The gorgeous wide plank hardwood floor and beautiful ceiling detail continues in this room and that view! So we wanted to frame the windows. We chose this gorgeous Sakura fabric and stole the whole colour scheme from it.
We went with some reclaimed looking white washed furniture from saturday afternoons in aurora. I find too often in more rustic spaces there is too much wood. In this case the contrast of the floors, the white washed furniture, and painted wood ceilings is the perfect mix of updated rustic chic.
Oh did I mention there is a little hallway between the master bedroom and ensuite and we decided to bedazzle it with this pineapple wallpaper? ❤️💕❤️💗
Did you know pineapples are a symbol for warmpth, welcome, friendship, and hospitality? Could not be better suited for this family who literally pulls you in for a hug the Minute you walk through the door.
Ahhhh….one last stare at the wallpaper. She is just too pretty to put into words.
So I know I’ve been using theses feather headdresses a lot but the truth is everyone keeps requesting them and I’d put them in every room possible if I could I love them so much. Just happened to find a fuscia number that fit perfectly in this space 🤗
We kept some of her previous furniture in the space like this beautiful daybed. I can picture one draping themselves over it with a glass of wine and a good book and watching the trees blow outside. Great. Reading. Spot.
This homeowner has a love for antiquates and we tried to sprinkle some of her collection through in every room.
A soft cream and grey rug anchors the room while family photos and collected art hangs on the walls. It creates a space that’s uniquely you.
That dresser though am I right?
Everyone knows I have an obsession with pillows and this project was no exception. Check out all the pretty perched on this bed.
Every time I design I space I love I think “I wish this room were mine”. Where can I incorporate this into my home? Usually that results in a new pillow purchase which usually gets me in trouble with the Mr.
Farewell for now.
We are moving upstairs tomorrow with the kids/grandkids bedroom reveals.