This sophisticated living room by Betsy Brown shows off her warm, minimal approach to Southern decorating. The Alabama-based designer describes her style as “tailored and masculine” – adjectives not often used in the South’s interior design vocabulary, but her distinct style has certainly set her apart. I love this eclectic retreat she designed with a Liaigre sofa, Regency chairs, and 19th-century Dutch mirror. By rooting the space in historical silhouettes, Brown can gracefully incorporate more modern and unexpected pieces for her signature mix. See the full room a shoppable breakdown of the design below.
When it comes to the luxury brand names inside the showrooms of design centers like ADAC in Atlanta, there’s a certain level of quality and craftsmanship that can be expected from these high-end lines that are sold to-the-trade. It’s often hard to shop these pieces without designer access, and even harder to source them online. Luckily, there are two websites bringing showroom access to digital marketplaces, and the sources below also include great mark-downs that make these pieces even more accessible. Find out where to shop exclusive showroom furniture after the jump…
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Week six – the big reveal – is finally here! Usually, the One Room Challenge season totally flies by, but this year definitely felt different since most of the project was done remotely. A HUGE thank you to my mom and little sister who unpacked all the deliveries, helped me set up the room over spring break, and thank you to my little sister for putting up with me while I Facetimed the photoshoot! She did a wonderful job on these photos, as you’ll see below… Back to the project, you’ll remember from my introduction that I tackled my older sister’s bedroom at my mom’s house. She’s a Junior in college now and it was about time to upgrade her room from a twin bed to a queen, and bring in an adult design and efficient layout for a serene retreat when she gets home! I settled on a green, blue and gold palette with some fabulous upgrades to the room from some of my favorite brands. Jump down below to get all the details on the space!
There’s nothing like the signs of spring to inspire redecorating – nature has its own way of redecorating too, with a bright new palette of fresh green leaves and pastel blooms. I’m embracing these colors with my third home decor edit, a collection of the best in new furniture, decor, and tableware. My fall and winter edits leaned towards more muted colors, so it was fun to bring in more saturation and floral motifs in this season’s selection. I also used the fresh color palette to include more traditional silhouettes in unexpected hues. As usual, I pulled from a variety of styles and sources in accent furnishings to inspire the smaller scale redecorating that can be changed up from season to season. Shop the edit below, and let me know what you’re eyeing to refresh your home for spring! Read More