Buy it now.
I decided to do a post that showed a design that only had items that were available for immediate purchase. No trade fabrics, or custom furnishings. Everything you see below in this design board is available to the general public for purchase. In fact I found it all on the web.
We shall start with our inspiration; wallpaper from Anthropologie: A traditional look, cheery and fun.
Next we find a rug from Horchow: A modern take on the zebra rug – we pull in a bit of orange and offset the traditionally leaning wallpaper.
A pair of chairs from Z Gallerie: a silvery gray velvet – the lack of pattern calms the busy wallpaper and rug, without being boring.
A sofa and recamier from Horchow: Adding the charcoal gray and modern lines of this sofa keep the look fresh. The recamier adds an element of tradition and settles the blue in the room.
Side tables from Williams Sonoma Home: This table adds a modern yet whimsical touch.
Some Beeeyoooutiful Murano lamps from Swank Lighting: These lamps are all about glamour and elegance. The lavender is in keeping with our blue and gray palette.
A lovely coffee table from Horchow: Tradition and elegance personified.
Curtains from Neiman Marcus: Softens the busy-ness of the wallpaper and adds another layer to our blue and gray palette.
Some delightful accessories: Splash of orange to help pick up the delight of the wallpaper, and a warm gold in a modern shape.
When using a heavily patterned wallpaper it is always good to tone down the rest of the fabrics – don’t eliminate all pattern and color but layer it on with different hues that flow. Finally, put in pops of complimentary colors for some eye-feasting. Mix up periods with modern and traditional and Voila! A room you could have in a matter of weeks!