Whether patterned or solid - a fabulous headboard can be the show-piece of the space. I particularly love the detailed sillouette's Sarah tends to use - the above examples are her own custom designs.
What's more inviting than a cozy reading nook for you and your partner? It's a good idea to choose chairs that look as appealing from the back as they do in front if the seating will be placed away from the walls.
Sarah once mentioned she uses a minimum of 12 patterns per space she designs. This would include everything from pillows, bedding, rugs, curtains, headboard & furnishings. Amazing how a mix of 12+ patterns can still look so subtle and serene!
From a delicate desk chair, to crystal-studded pillows, to bundles of white flowers - a feminine touch makes the room. And a little dose of pink never hurt anybody either!
Panelled walls and plastered ceilings create good bones in a space, and it's those kinds of classic details that set a room apart. If this type of detailing is not in your budget, try adding a mirror or artwork with architectural interest like the one seen above. I think this is one detail I will be attempting to add to my own master suite. Any of these on your list? To see more of Sarah's lovely work, visit her portfolio here.