Find out how to bring the British Bloomsbury trend home with assistant design editor Kai Ethier. Her ideas are like mini-masterpieces!
Inspired by a wallpaper she had previously seen, Kai painted colorful swatches on the staircase wall using Farrow & Ball paints. In the living room, she used leftover light blue paint from her kitchen to paint the walls. The space is decorated with sentimental pieces, which add to its cozy feel. In the bathroom, the patterned wallpaper and painted bathtub give the room personality without looking too cluttered or overdone.
Read more about this look in Kai’s blog post.
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March 6, 2015
paint colours: walls LIGHT BLUE, Mantel, PORPHYRY PINK, above mantel, BLACK BLUE - ALL FARROW & BALL
Candles in wall sconce (wish I'd mentioned them - oh well!): Yummi Candles
fabric on roman blinds: Schmacher, Shirala Paisley in Delft,
fabric of drapes: Barry Dixon for Vervain, Les Plumes Chintz Lightning Bug both through:
Bilbrough & Co.
Roman blinds made by Tonic Living:
Upholstery of chair and loveseat by Master Upholstery:
chair fabric: Robert Allen's, wool suit in violet sky & Beacon Hill's Soo Locks in Smoke both through Robert Allen:
All paint in hallway FARROW & BALL
wallpaper: GP & Baker , Nymphus Wallpaper in Original
through Lee Jofa
Shower curtain fabric (Tuscany Linen, Aqua) from and made by Tonic Living
paint on tub: Annie Sloan Chalk Paint:
towels from Ikea
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