Do you find yourself thumbing through design magazines or scrolling through pinterest dreaming about living inside the images you find on their pages? Many of my clients find inspiration from these resources and come to be because they have literally no idea how to pull it all together. I love taking these images, deconstructing them and then reassembling them in a way that fits my client’s budget, lifestyle and personality. A recent image I was totally inspired by was this eclectic bedroom by Peter Rogers, featured in Architectural Digest Magazine.
From the art on the walls to the eclectic style of furnishings there is an impression that the space was collected over time and was a natural evolution of the occupant’s personal style. My goal for any interior is for it to be a reflection of those who live there, where every item has a meaning or seems to be purposefully chosen. I think this room captures that idea perfectly. Here is how you can break it down and get a similar eclectic look for your bedroom.
get this look: eclectic designer bedroom
1.A canopy bed makes a dramatic statement. I love the clean, understated lines of the Alastair King Bed from Dwell Studio which can allow the rest of the eclectic elements to stand out.
2. Chartreuse and gray are important accent elements in this bedroom. Toss a couple of these pillows from Coveted Home on your bed and bring in the same perfect pops of color!
3. I am seriously dying over the animal night stands, but they might be something I would tire of quickly. A good compromise are these chic Gazelle bookends from Dwell Studio! They add the same quirky design interest on a slightly smaller scale!
4. I am always a sucker for animal print! This zebra print in brown (rather than black) gives a slightly unexpected twist on an otherwise totally standard animal print!
5.Layering additional textiles over the bed is the perfect way to add in extra color or pattern. This super soft cashmere throw in a dusty blue is flawless complement to the chartreuse pillows.
6. These amazing vintage stacked Lucite lamps are worth the price and their neutral-ness (Clear is neutral right?!) will ensure you can use them for years to come!
Having inspiration images is a great starting point for communicating with your designer. If you are constantly stuck on the pages of a magazine or pinterest board with no idea on how to turn it into an action plan for your home then let’s chat! Curio Design Studio provides simple to follow, affordable + completely custom interior design plans for your home or small business! Get started by scheduling your free 15 minute consult!