Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a great weekend!
Today I'm sharing a design board that I did for a monthly collaboraton! You may remember my guest room design...I decided to change it up a little bit!
I added green into the mix after I fell in love with this painting.
bed/nightstand/lamps/mirror/duvet/rug/dresser/coral pillows/bengal bazaar pillow/leopard pillow/art/
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I had so much fun with this month's collaboration because it went perfectly with the idea i had in my head for a space in my house. i've been thinking about the hall bathroom and how to make the most of the very small space. it's going to be the shared bathroom between the two kids so i wanted to reflect both genders as well as have a more grown up feel. when lizzie picked this inspiration pallette i knew it was meant to be!come visit meat Carissa Miss to see the sources!
I love these colors together. I had fun coming up with a more girly living room than I would normally use in my own home, but now I'm kind of obsessed with that rug. Stop by Sarah Loves to see all my sources!
I love this color palette...soft but yet dynamic too. It made me think of an office space...ready for lots of creativity. I think my favorite is the lights....so fun they look like bubbles hanging in the air. Find sources here!
I immediately fell in love with this month's color inspiration. The first word that popped into my head was Nautical. I wanted to use it in a dining room application so I had to give it some sophistication. Navy is one of my favorite hues and I love the contrast of the coral and gold against it. Stop by Designer in Teal to get this look for yourself.
This color pallet of coarl, mustard, and navy with a neutral background are perfect for a girly bedroom. Click over to Tiny Sidekick to see the sources!
I'm calling this my "rustic glam" dining room. I got a bit overwhelmed with the possibilities because I love this color combo so much, but in the end I kept it pretty simple but cozy. I stuck with white walls (looking out for renters!) but I think a warm greige would be really pretty too. Visit me at Living Pretty Blog for more details and sources.