Friday, February 11, 2011

Fabulous Room Friday 02.11.11

sally

One of my favorite spaces from the first issue of High Gloss is this beautiful bedroom designed by Sally Wheat for a client here in Houston. I love that it skews a little more on the masculine side and that she has incorporated so many vintage elements like the nightstands, chandelier (from eBay), and those gorgeous lamps. The artwork adds the perfect graphic touch and the rectangular pillow from Found adds just enough color.

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{I’m in love with this vignette!}

As I mentioned before, I will be heading to the Urban Market this weekend, working on High Gloss, and hopefully getting a little R&R. Hope you have a great weekend!

21 comments:

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

Wow! Gorgeous!

I love stylish bedrooms that's all about comfort and serenity. A bedroom must have these qualities.

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

Lucia said...

I love High Gloss! This room is amazing, I am heading to the Urban Market this weekend also, can't wait!

Lucie

hellolucie.blogspot.com

Emily Davis said...

Paloma, thank you so much for posting this room! I LOVE these paintings and will use them as inspiration for my own home. Congrats on High Gloss!!

http://www.mainstreetchic.blogspot.com/

stylelinx said...

Love High Gloss! Thanks for posting-next time I do a lamp review I'll be sure to include them in my blog!

My House, My Garden said...

I will be heading to the Urban Market for the first time this Sunday. I am so excited! I also booked my room for Round Rock this spring. Both of these events I have wanted to attend for several years and this year I am doing both!! Love High Gloss!! Thanks for posting the Urban Market reminder or I would have missed it AGAIN. :)

Beatriz said...

My favorite bedrooms are the ones that show that there is a man in the house, but a stylish woman making it all happen. So gorgeous!

Hope you have a wonderful Valentine's day! Urban Market sounds like so much fun.

B.

Christine Schwalm Design said...

I'm digging that vignette, too. The black chest, in particular is really beautiful. I've been debating DIYing something similar and I think the decision has now been made for me.

Lizzie said...

Do you happen to know where Amanda Fulk's art can be purchased? I love those black and white paintings.

Milltini said...

I love this bedroom! I am a new reader of yours--found you through High Gloss! Congrats on the launch of such a wonderful publication. You have impeccable style and flair and I look forward to checking in with all of you HG ladies on a daily basis! Happy friday.

Laura Trevey said...

LOVE the abstracts!

Happy weekend Paloma :)
xoxo

quintessence said...

I am loving tufting these days in every room in the house - including bedroom of course as here.

Tea Joeli said...

Great blog and pics
www.thebrunetteworld.com
xxx

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

Love Sally's work and her great personality ;)
This room certainly has that understated glam-bam factor.
Cheers, Alcira

nerochronicles.com

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

Love that chandelier, no ceiling fan in sight! Your magazine is beautiful, many congrats!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful bedroom & beautiful magazine!!
Well Done.
Do you know where to purchase Amanda's art?
Thank you so much.

diana shae decor said...

happy valentines! I was so excited to see your feature in my new Lucky!

When we go to Seattle, I will come see the store for sure!

x
diana

The Zhush said...

This too was one of my faves in an absolute beautiful first issue! Just so clean and chic!

meenal@maison marigold said...

What an elegant bedroom..i'm a fan of tufted headboards...there's nothing more comfortable and stylish.the moroccan pouff adds just the right amount of feminine touch to what could have been a decidely masculine room otherwise.

la vie en broke said...

this room is stunning, i love the pop of color!

--la vie en BROKE--

meredith said...

I am also looking for Amanda's contact information. Love the art!!!!

meredith said...

I am also looking for Amanda's contact information. I love the art!