Eye Candy: Master Bedroom

I know it’s only Tuesday and while most people are going onto their second day of work. In my line of business Tuesday’s are considered my first day back to work. In any event I didn’t want to get out of bed. But since I love what I do, I’ve got to rise and shine. So here’s to everyone who loves their bedroom as much as I love mine.
A dark accent wall against this tufted headboard gives the bed a focal point. This way the bed doesn’t get lost within the four white walls. The matching chrome seating gives the room a touch of glam. While the hardwood floors breathes warmth into the air.
Speaking of glam. I’m a sucker when it comes to black, white and anything mirrored as my room is based on this color palate. I love how all the colors come together and the chandelier takes it up a notch in the decor.
A simple yet comfortable New York apartment bedroom. White crisp sheets and a down comforter. I think I might just have to call out sick…ahh chew!
Bonus: After getting your beauty rest the next place to go is makeup and hair! Who wouldn’t love to get ready in a vanity room like this.


Where The Wilderness Roam!

Release your inner wildlife into your home. From the foyer to the bedroom. Don’t be afraid to add some pizzaz to your decor. Here’s some images below to give you some ideas of how animal prints can work with your room, and not look like it’s a piece of dead animal laying on the floor or on your sofa.

The chocolate brown walls and antelope-print carpet only compliments the room with layers of brown. The high beam panels along the ceiling brakes up the chocolate. But most of all what I love about this room is the vintage Louis Vuitton luggage that not only had been owned by JFK, but bore the president’s monogram. The  JFK suitcase serves as the family room’s coffee table, raised on a iron base. Again I love using old things with fresh new finds. Natural light from the huge window brings in a lot of bright light to fill this beautiful room.

OMG!! This room is to die for…ok well maybe not literally but I love loft spaces. I’m still planning of the idea of owning my own loft one day. But for now it’s wishful thinking. The original brick archways lead to the outside which are now fitted with French doors. Floor to ceiling draperies match the furniture and area rug.

Designed by the fame Johnathan Adler. He shares natural colors from the outdoors in for this magnificent sun room. The aquatic blue reminds me of the water or the sky, green from the grass and last but not least brown from the trees and the dirt! In this room it relates to it’s purpose and he shows it off the way it should be! This room is chic. Wouldn’t you agree?!

Photos: Traditional Home & House Beautiful

Happy Wednesday!