I shared how I moved the mirrors in this room from one wall to another and now I'm sharing the other updates in here. I started to title this channeling Charles Faudree since he is a favorite designer of mine and he decorated in French country style and used a lot of dogs in his design. On a whim right after Christmas I decided to hang, or rather have hubby hang, the dog painting over our bed.
The painting fits well in the space above the bed.
The painting adds a masculine feel to the room, but mixes well with the other feminine elements in here.
So I bring home the matching shams and put them on the bed and the euros that were on the bed behind them just looked like one big beige blob. I had the oatmeal quilted shams from Pottery Barn on the bed before and they just didn't look right against the light headboard and all this beige.
So what to do? I remembered seeing some pretty brown euro shams at RH the day before so I made the trek back to the outlet, which is a good 45 minute drive one way, and fingers crossed that the brown shams were still available. The prices were so crazy I was afraid they would be gone. These run around $90 each originally then marked down to the outlet price of $45 plus 40% off. They always have good sales in January so I'm glad I made the trip. I also found two more dining chairs my daughter was wanting while there.
The chair and dog pillow are masculine.
I moved the fiddle leaf fig tree in here in this bright corner. I need to find a larger pot and repot the poor thing.
The ruffled and beaded lampshades are very feminine.
And back to the masculine painting. I know some of you will prefer the mirror over the bed, but I'm loving this painting and the masculine vibe for now.
Do you have any masculine/feminine mixed rooms?
Does the room still look like this today? Hmmm, there may be a pillow change and I changed up the arrangement on the dresser yesterday. I'm sorry I can't help myself.
Have a fabulous week!
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