Sunday, April 3, 2011

A Jewelry Inspired Bedroom

This spring the Washington Design Center challenged eight designers to use a piece of jewelry as the inspiration for their room for the DreamHome, open now through Dec 9, 2011 (free admission). Zoe Feldman, a DC based designer who previously worked at Mark Hampton, Inc. in NY, created a chic bedroom suite inspired by a beautiful gold bark-patterned ring with diamonds from Shah & Shah Appraisers, Inc.
Love Zoe's choice to panel the walls and use strong does of saffron and melon to inject just the right amount of energy into the neutral setting. Love this chandelier! To see more, go here. (images provided by Zoe Feldman, photography by Thomas Arledge)

Also, I wanted to mention that a reader of this blog, Anne Wentworth of The Curatrix (a purveyor of curated prints based in Cold Spring Harbor, NY) is donating all net profits through mid-April from the sale of Japanese prints to the American Red Cross Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Fund. Anne also offers a wide range of other vintage prints.


Renée Finberg said...

well done.

and i love the pedestal table.
the ring.....
not so much.


My Little World said...

That IS inspiring

meenal bishnoi said...

what a unique inspiration..i love the peacock chair in grey with a yellow cushion...hope you are having a lovely visit my blog when you have a moment! xx meenal

Ann said...

Zoe hit it! I agree with Renee- the ring is not my favorite, but I love how the room came out.

A.J.Barnes said...

The pedestal table in the second photo is FANASTIC!

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

Beautiful, Michele. Love the saffron ad gray!
Such a generous gift.

Ann said...

Never thought that jewelry inspired bedroom could look so fabulous ♥


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