A Timeless & Layered Bedroom Look
When it comes to bedroom styling, it’s all about the layers, and in one of our most recent looks, that couldn’t ring more true.
A few weeks ago, we revealed Wren’s room from The McGee Home, and today, we’re showing you how we styled it differently just for fun!
We always like to design kids room in a way that is playful but still grows up with them well, and for this look, we wanted to imagine what Wren’s room could look like someday when she’s a little older! Keeping the same bed and larger pieces, we played with patterns, textures, and muted tones to create a look that we never wanted to undo!
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We started by playing with some of the same, more significant finishes and pieces in Wren’s original room: our Northcott Bed from McGee & Co., our Southern June art piece, her requested white and gold sconces, and of course, our favorite floral wallpaper!
To add a more sophisticated feeling to the look, we switched out the nightstands for two, matching pieces from our Huxton Collection (re-stocking soon,) that brought the perfect shape and style contrast to the rounded bed frame and feminine accents.
Playing with pattern, we mixed two of our new plaid Edison Gingham Pillows with a long, striped lumbar in front for the perfect place to rest your eye.
We designed the Northcott Bed right in our very own studio. Combining our favorite traditional and modern elements, its smooth curves and streamlined details give your bedroom a comfortable and understated feel. Framed from kiln-dried white oak, and wrapped in your choice of high-quality fabrics, this bed is completely customizable to fit your personal style.
Sometimes it’s the little details that make all the difference. In Wren’s room, we added texture and dimension with our Winchester Linen Shams. Each sham features a detailed and decorative border showing off its hand-spun excellence while making them anything but basic. Matched with functional quality, these shams are designed to adjust to the temperature.
To complete the look, we styled the nightstand with a brass-detailed picture frame and a gold-rimmed vase that pulled in the tones from the gold details throughout the room.
Really like the "wainscoting" color pulling it all together.