This cool black/white and green office. I actually really like the step down into the room, and the way the floors bring all the black elements together. And I love that snakeskin- finish bookshelf!
A grey scheme with this studded yellow stool – such a great colour combo and love the shapes.
These chairs that are currently for sale on etsy. Why, why, why are there always ten million cool bamboo pieces for sale in the States and never any here? It really drives me a little crazy sometimes, but I still like to look and dream.
Need I even comment? Who wouldn’t love and covet this real velvet French sofa?!
michael s smith
And this – Cindy Crawford’s mix of colours and cushions (I love Michael S Smith’s work because it’s very non-matchy-matchy and undecorated-looking, with a real mix of pieces and fabrics and very stylish).
I spoke a couple of posts ago about the appeal of sticking to a few colours when decorating a room, and the cohesive look that can be the result. This room by Philip Gorrivan is a perfect example; I love his use of grey and yellow with hints of powder blue and touches of black and gold. And a touch of whimsy too in the woolly sheep!
For me the highlights of the room are the pleated pelmet with the grey trim, the yellow curtains against the yellow patterned wallpaper, and the gorgeous grey scallop-patterned rug.
That giant frameless beach photograph is amazing! And it adds a modern touch paired with the gilt mirror above the fireplace and the brass/gold coffee table.
There’s a definite Hollywood Regency note here and a bit of 60′s mod style too. I like the black-and-white geometric blinds against the black walls and how it plays off the yellow wallpaper pattern.
Have a great start-of-the-week! x