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So today I am sharing the second part of my latest interior project in East London. (If you missed it, you can view part 1 here). This reveal is all about the bedrooms and there are some great before and after shots as well! I was especially smitten with the colors used in each bedroom. The blue and yellow combo was a very unexpected pairing for me to use, but I really loved the outcome. The dusty pink and rust bedroom was also a highlight for me. I hope you like this interior reveal and let me know what you think!

The Pink & Rust Bedroom

Pink Bedroom
For the first bedroom I went for a combination of pink and rust colors with accents of walnut and brass. This is one of my favorite spaces because although it has a feminine touch, it still has elements of warmth with the rust, orange and wood tones. (Shop this room: Floor Mirror | Brass Side Table | Brass Table Lamp| All cushions (here & here ) | White Bedding | Artwork )before-and-after-23
Pink Bedroom
I found perfect decor pieces to accent the colors of the room perfectly. I also loved how the patterns and texture of the vases brought in some dimension. (Shop this image: Striped Vase | Rusted Vase | Vintage Penguin books by the Yard| Porcelain Hand is vintage).
Pink and orange Bedroom
These cushions were the inspiration for this room. It all started when I spotted them at Conran Shop and worked with their color palette to decorate the space. (Shop this image: Striped cushion | Dusty Rose Lamb Cushion.
Brass Bedroom Accents
Brass accents. (Shop this image: Soy candle | Brass Tray)
This room had no wardrobe at all. I brought it this simple white one from Habitat that had walnut wood accents. I thought it mixed in perfectly. (Ladder shelf & white chair both purchased at Monologue on Red Church Street).
Amara Living Herringbone Throw
This is the most stunning alpaca throw from Amara’s new range.

The Blue & Yellow Bedroom

This room was an unexpected love for me. Blue and yellow are not a typical color combination that I design with but I have to say that I love how it turned out. (Shop this image: Geometric cushion |Sideboard | Wood Mirror | Yellow rug from Monologue London | Blue Throw
Concrete table lamp
Subtle decor accents in this room let the colors really pop. This concrete table lamp is amazing.
West Elm Tray
Some of my favorite decor accents: brass mirrored tray | small marble bowl from Mia Fleur | Amber Candle from Laboratory Perfumes.
Shelf Design
I continued with the blue and yellow them on the shelving too with some touches of orange with the vintage Penguin books.

The Green Bedrooom

This bedroom was the most simple in design. I used shades of green on the bedding matched with neutral tones. (All bedding is from Monologue London).
Ceramic Cactus Vase
Little nook filled with Post Collective prints and ceramic cactus vase from Holly’s House.
Laundry Hamper
Neutral tones mixed in perfectly with the green accents. Bamboo laundry hamper from Habitat.



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