Our guest bedroom is a real room now. I made faux roman shades from a leftover Barbara Barry tweed (the pleated cell blinds remain behind for practical use). They aren't perfect but look less wonky in person than they do in these pics. I trimmed the bottom in the same greek key as the mohair headboard but truth be told, they hardly show up. Lesson learned: want your trim to be a feature, pick something with more contrast. It looked so pretty close-up but hung up on the window it practically disappears.
Currently looking for two round mirrors with a deep profile, one to go over each of the twin beds. Something like this Round Seaside Mirror from Wisteria. Since I have to buy two I'm looking for something less than the current sales price of $255 for this one. Any ideas??? I'm thinking I could just paint a plain mirror myself to get this look.
The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball French Gray and the ceilings are Sherwin Williams Fleur de Sel. The junk shop bureau was originally in our entry hall and is painted in Farrow & Ball Pavilion gray, edged in Pigeon for detail. Pillows have been changed out too.
BEFORE: Smaller Sferra Accent Pillow
NOW: Larger Tracy Porter Pillow
I showed this view in my recent post on small updates - this is the wall opposite the two twin beds. The door to the room and closet are off to the left. Feels good to be finished :)