Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Blogger House Party

I was reading one of my favorite blogs, Decor8, the other day and saw that the author, Holly, had started a blog featuring designs for a virtual client's home. I was so inspired by the other rooms created by some really talented bloggers, that I wanted to join the fun! Holly, I hope you don't mind but this was too tempting to resist...

Here is the description of the "client":

Home owner: Young single mother (cookbook author) with a son living in a 18th century Georgian townhouse in Savannah Georgia approx. 2000 sq ft., 2 floors, 3 bedrooms (one is an office), and a large patio off of the kitchen. She loves to entertain, enjoys pastels and Swedish decor, decorating on somewhat of a budget but she can splurge on one expensive item per room. Loves pattern and feminine touches but can't deal with too much clutter.

Here is the beautiful living room/reading nook that Holly created:

The gorgeous dining room by Gracious Inspiration:

The cozy little breakfast nook created by Afrochic (I'm in LOVE with that chandelier!):

And here is the crisp, clean office created by Ez of Creature Comforts:

I want to live in the sunny patio created by Nicole of Making it Lovely:

This is the serene little craft room created by Erin of Design for Mankind (lover her blog by the way, check it out!):

So here's my contribution. The Master Bedroom, complete with sitting area...I had so much fun creating this space, thanks for the inspiration Holly!!:

Yellow Lace Wallpaper: Flavor Paper, Upholstered Headboard: Jonathan Adler, Chandelier: 1st Dibs, Nesting Tables: Councill, Sofa: Pottery Barn, Ottoman: 1st Dibs, Tufted Lounge Chair: Jayson Home and Garden, Nightstand: Z Gallerie, Table Lamp: Williams Sonoma Home, Jars: Williams Sonoma Home, Pillows: Thomas Paul, Bird Artwork: YumiYumi, Armoire: Grange, Area Rug: CB2


AphroChic said...

I LOVE the color palette you worked with. So different. This room is just gorgeous.

SimplyGrove said...

Good job on your room! that is fabulous! love your blog

JLC Studio said...

Thanks Aprhochic and SimplyGrove! I was really inspired by the colors from the other rooms and put my own little spin on it (which is what design is all about, right?!)...