We get asked all the time for sources for our client projects! We totally understand, y'all want to know where things are from, but to protect our client's investment we don't share all the sources for our client projects. Truth be told, we source a ton of custom, to the trade only and vintage pieces for our client projects and we value the one of a kind spaces we create.
BUT I thought it would be fun to create a new monthly series where we create a completely SHOPPABLE space! We will divulge all the resources and pull together a new space for you every month. We're kicking off our series with a primary bedroom. This space is full of items we love at varying price points from a wide range of online vendors.. We will keep with our signature style, emphasis on smaller makers (when possible), and attention to quality. Without further ado, here is our first shoppable space!
1. THE BED: Gah Ginny MacDonald just crushed her furniture line with Lulu and Georgia and this bed is no exception. They offer samples of the available fabrics and my favorite is the oyster or natural.
2. THE NIGHTSTANDS: These burlwood nightstands are just perfect - lots of closed storage and tons of style.
4. TABLE LAMPS: We absolutely adore the travertine base and bronzed shade. The modern and unexpected materials are just what this space needs!
6. RUG: This flatweave rug comes in a number of ideal sizes for a primary bedroom, is soft underfoot and the rust color can't be beat.
8. COVERLET: Did your grandparent have something similar? Mine too! Made using traditional techniques by a family-owned textile factory in New England with over a century of popcorn chenille weaving expertise.
11. SIDE CHAIR: I personally love using a more saturated, bold color in the primary bedroom. I think it's a wonderful place to take a small risk and this aubergine color is the perfect color to test out. And it swivels!
14. DRESSER: The soft gray color can go with anything! I love that it's a little masculine, is a classic shape and storage abounds with the generous drawers.
You can always find what didn't make the cut on our Pinterest boards! If you would like to connect with us for your design project, we would love to hear from you. You can connect directly by filling out our contacts form!
Here are a few items that didn't make the cut!
We hope you love this new series! Comment below for what space we should feature next! Living room? Dining room? Let us know!