Friday, November 4, 2011

Pretty

Happy Friday! Today I thought I'd share a design board I put together recently. It was just something I had fun with and something I wanted to be pretty and feminine. I had envisioned the space for a female, but you could switch out a few pieces in order to go co-ed/co-habit/whatever you want to call it. This one started with the piece of art second from the top. I loved all of the colors throughout and it all spun out from there.


Sources:
Top row:
Fabric: Waverly Happy Go Lucky - I thought this was so pretty and I loved the color combo. It would be great for pillows or a roman shade.

Art: Etsy seller Aeropagita Prints - This is the piece of art that inspired the board. I loved the colors and the shapes used throughout.

Pillow: CB2 - Nice crisp white pillow with great texture and pattern.

Nightstand: Pier 1 - I thought the room needed a little metallic, a little shine.

Second row:
Fabric - Schumacher Betwixt in water - Love love love this fabric. The perfect small geometric textured fabric. I think I put it on every board. Not really, but I could because it's great. Would be nice for a bolster or throw pillow or a bench at the end of the bed.

Bed - Room + Board Portica canopy bed - Because I've always wanted one of these. I think a canopy bed is so grand.

Art - Etsy seller Linda Donohue 

Third row:
Chandelier - Ballard Designs - I thought this added another touch of that romantic, feminine vibe.

Rug - Dash & Albert - I wanted to bring out some more of that pretty blue color and also thought a stripe would be good for the space.

Fabric - Schumacher 

Are there any elements of this board that you particularly like? 

For anyone that uses Olioboard, any tips for getting the wonky images to look normal?  I can't figure it out!

Have a great weekend!!

13 comments:

  1. Hi Holly! What pretty and soft choices. Loving the texture on that pillow and both prints. They are great inspiration. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  2. I love how peaceful this room looks. Exactly the way a bedroom should be!
    A canopy is on my wishlist too, and the one you picked out rocks. "Pinning" this board in the event my wish eventually comes true!

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  3. Delightful! For a girl who wasn't going to post much, looks to me like a prolific week. Hope you enjoy your getaway, can't wait to hear about it!

    Cathy

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  4. Beautiful board! I love the piece of art that was your inspiration and of course the Schumacher fabric!

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  5. This is really pretty Holly! I have been thinking about that D&A rug.

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  6. You know I love the art, reminds me of Amanda Talley. I'm using the mirrored nightstands for a client, love that they're so functional and glamorous! Beautiful choices, Holly!

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  7. This all looks so pretty together...I've seen that art by Linda Donahue and i love it! That mirrored nightstand from Pier One is great...I keep thinking of buying the vanity just like it for my daughter...she's 17...I guess I should just do it before she's gone!

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  8. I would love a mirrored piece of furniture somewhere, someday. Your board looks dreamy- I think it would be a perfect sophisticated bedroom for a teen girl.

    I don't know about that olioboard. I think it's great for planning a mood board because you can move things around easily but for the final view I prefer some of the other software that I have. Once something goes too transparent on Olio it's hard to get it back without starting over.

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  9. Holly, this room is gorgeous! It is so serene and pretty...love your inspiration artwork. The Schumacher fabric on the bottom right is a favorite of mine as well.

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  10. Thanks so much for showing my painting Holly. I love the collection you put together.

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  11. Holly...this is sooo gorgeous!! I like Olioboard too...but if you are using a lot of white (which I do) it doesn't show through. My daughter was explaining that there was a way to fix it but when it started getting complicated...I started losing focus!

    I love how you started with artwork as the inspiration. I always have to have a jumping off point, too. Thanks for the sources. That Betwixt patter is so versatile...I never tire of it either.

    GREAT JOB! Love it. This is totally my taste.

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  12. Loving this Holly. I could totally live in that space. Pop by on Mon for some love from me to you:)

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  13. Gorgeous!!! Maybe someone will put it together for you so we can see the outcome!!!

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