Hi blog friends! I hope everyone has had a wonderful week!! I wanted to share with you how painted patterns can create such a wonderful effect in any room, whether they’re on walls, ceilings or floors!!!
This amazing girl’s suite, designed by Julie Dodson, mixes a contemporary stainless steel and glass staircase with beams that feel reclaimed for loft-style living.
Rather than using a carpet runner, they brought us in to apply a stencil design to the stairs and…….
Paint a monogram on the floors of the upstairs sitting area! The result?
A one-of-a-kind, warm French-style room with a modern twist! The abstract art is by Segreto Gallery’s artist Christina Graci! I love placing art in kids’ rooms as art is something they can take with them and hang in their own home one day.
Julie Dodson, also the creator of this space, wanted to give this powder room a jewel-box effect by focusing on the ceiling.
I love the tile and sconce intertwined with the acrylic antler!!
We decided to paint the ceiling as if it were draped fabric, drawing the tones from the accent tile of the wainscoting. This wasn’t so easy… once we started drawing the fabric’s folds, we realized that the can lights needed to be worked into the design! So we began incorporating them for a tufted effect!
I love the way it turned out! Definitely a conversation piece in this uniquely eclectic home! Bravo, Julie!
In this home office, with walls slated for art slated, we decided to ground the room with a painted floor. Using an overscale pattern, which can make a smaller room look larger, the design was laid out.
The contrast with the black and stained wood is quite dramatic! Now it’s time to move the furnishings in!!!
This bath for girls, designed by Triangle Interiors, is fresh, fun and full of whimsy! Keeping all of the hard surfaces white, we stenciled and applied a hand-painted tree design on top, pulling in the fun sconces!!!
A powder room for designer Trisha McGaw was to be dramatic and rich! With the walls plastered in a deep taupe, a stencil was applied on top in a silver metallic!
I love the way metallic recedes into plaster, imparting an irregular glow and shimmer to the space! When designing your own spaces, don’t be limited to what’s been done!!! Think about how you can bring in pattern on your floors, ceilings or walls. With painted treatments, the possibilities are limitless!
Join Me for a Segreto Style Book Signing on Thursday, March 3rd in Midland!
I hope to see some of you in Midland this week for the book signing at Hyacinth for the Home! I would love for you to do me a favor and forward the invite to anyone you might know there! It’s my first visit to this west Texas town, so I’m excited!!!
Have a great week!