Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Switching Gears in the Master

If you recall from a few weeks ago, I had been playing around with fabrics and textures for our bedroom. As many of you may know, an initial plan is not always the final plan, and that really goes for anything. There may be a few changes or a lot of changes to an initial design plan before producing the final result.


We already have the coverlet that I absolutely love, which is Dwell Studio from Target (I believe in my last post I had said it was no longer available but I did see it in our local Target not that long ago). The navy and white pillow cover is from West Elm. I won the sweet bird dish through Marianne over the holidays. And I was thinking about using the Boteh fabric for additional pillows or draperies.

Well, if you haven't guessed already, I've switched gears. And if you follow me on Twitter you may have already seen this quick Instagram update that I posted.


I love the vintage look that this Instagram filter gives to the photo.

We now have new pillows and one existing pillow that I switched out of another room. **Always shop around your home when working on a project - you might just have something you thought was old news that can bring new life to another room.

I'll have more on this for you tomorrow.

Have a good day!

10 comments:

  1. I am liking your new direction Holly....can't wait to see more!

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  2. I really love the new direction your room is taking. Of course, the bird dish will look darling with either option! xo

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  3. I love the change Holly...the contrast is even more appealing!

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  4. So pretty! I love those colors together, nice and bold!

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  5. Love the new gear! I'm always a fan of throwing a large pattern in the mix! Excited to see what you have for tomorrow!

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  6. I couldn't agree with you more on the shopping your home strategy. That's a great place to discover forgotten treasures, and to maximize the things you already own. Love the new navy fabric!

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  7. It's so exciting to see this come together. I totally agree that when it's design for your own house it takes forever with many edits and additions. Funny how I can manage a client without all the changes:)

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  8. I agree,shop in your own your house. I've moved so many things around to change things up and it's free!

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  9. Love, love, love the blue and white fabrics!

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