I really enjoy using fabric both new and vintage in different ways and I strive not to be to "matchy-matchy" but not too busy either.
I have collected a pretty large number of hand tinted botanical prints and I used the colors in the florals as a starting point in choosing the fabric for this master retreat.
The chairs were purchased first. They are from Quatrine and are a modern wing chair with a flanged welt. The fabric in both the subtle neutral stripe and the tiny green paisley is 100% linen. All of Quatrine's furniture is slipcovered and pre-washed and is very well made. It's not real frilly or stuffy furniture so it goes with many different styles of interiors.
It compliments nicely with the vintage ticking pillows with a black woven stripe
Here is a shot of the four poster bed from Ralph Lauren. The lamps are from Circa Lighting, I think they were called SoHo. The shades that came with the lamps were paper but the lamps themselves are really great. The bases also light up! The side tables are reproduction chinoiserie in a soft yellow with green and orange detailing.
Here is what the lamps are like now with there new shades in the same small paisley from Quatrine. I had the edges trimmed in a soft green grosgrain ribbon.
Adjacent to the bedroom is a lovely sitting area where I placed the wing chairs. This is an octagonal space so I thought it would be fun to do grass cloth wall covering (Phillip Jeffries) in just this area of the space to set it apart from the rest of the bedroom. It also has a nice little fire place with a natural grey limestone surround.
A little wet bar with a fridge (behind door) is a nice addition to any master.
Just off the bedroom is a small balcony with just enough room to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee. It's usually really warm and sunny in that spot and my dog Millie likes it more than any one!
The pillows are done in more vintage fabric and rag rugs. The bed linens are heavy Belgian linen from Liebeco and the woven window shades are from Conrad.
A nice space and not overly "matchy"& I think the botanicals were a great place to start!
It hard to compete with the sunshine and a beautiful blue sky here today so I think I will head outside for the rest of the afternoon. Have a wonderful and happy weekend.