Friday, September 13, 2013

Palm Beach Chic

I just wrapped up this grown up room for a fourteen year old girl. She wanted it to have a bright Lilly Pulitzer look and her existing bamboo chandelier was the perfect jumping off point. 

We had her desk repainted and paired it with a chair she already had. 
Bright desk accessories organized in a lucite cosmetic holder from HomeGoods is perfect storing home work supplies. 
I took an upholstered screen from World Market and separated it into parts for an inexpensive pin board for photos and artwork.
I had her slipper chair recovered for an updated bright look and added a fun pillow. 
This HomeGoods bench was perfect for the foot of bed. 
My favorite coverlet from Target was monogrammed in a fretwork pattern. 
The bright green is the perfect accent against this tropical parrot fabric. I love finding unexpected fabrics on Spoonflower because the patterns are designed by artists and the quality of the material is wonderful (go for the canvas every time). 
 I love that it has a retro Lilly feel 
The lilac walls are a soft palate for the bright pops of color in the rug and furnishings in this little sitting area. 
Cubes from HomeGoods offer extra storage and a sophisticated place to put up her feet. 
I scored this palm chandelier at local haunt Thrill of the Hunt and spray painted it a glossy hot pink. It is the perfect compliment to space. 
Happy Friday! 
bye bye birdie... -h 


Megan Morgan said...

Love!! Great job, wish this was my room! :)

Anonymous said...

Love this room, and the World Market screen as pin boards! Can you tell me how you hung the panels? I have already purchased the screens for my daughter's room, but am completely unskilled in figuring out how to hang them on her wall!

Unknown said...

Regarding the pin boards. I took them to a frame shop and they put hanging hardware on the back so they could hang just like a picture.

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the hanging board tip!

Anonymous said...

I love this monogram, where did you have it done?

Weaveron Textile said...

i love your post.

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