Here is a color combination to steal. Mix it with pale blues, tans for a perfect room or outfit. Images via HGTV Interior by Brian Patrick Flynn Image source unknown Images via HGTV FUR PILLOW // SHEETS // DESK CHAIR // RUG // SOFA // CHAIR // SWEATER // PILLOW SWIVEL CHAIR // PILLOW // DINING CHAIR // LAMP // COLOR TO STEAL – Navy & Blush
You might already have seen talented designer Jana Bek’s sweet makeover in the One Room Challenge but I can’t resist sharing it with you here. It’s such a refreshing feminine space filled with pastels and chicness. I particularly of course love how great her new floral pillows and fabric mix with my black graphic bedding!Jana Bek’s dreamy apartment
The renovations are going at full speed and we have only three weeks left to the move in date. I apologize for the intermittent blog posts, but sometimes things get overwhelming and I’m working late in to the night and the blog falls behind. (If you read Swedish follow my daily renovation blog for SwedishRenovation update and color inspiration!
For those of you who don’t know I’m participating with 20 Designers/Bloggers in the One Room Challenge. You have 6 weeks to makeover a room. You can catch up on the progress here.
WEEK # 1 Design plan & Inspiration
WEEK # 2 – Paint & Carpet
WEEK # 3 – Vintage shopping Swedish style
Now WEEK # 4 – I had anxiety. I was feeling guilty for once again during my visit fearing I would not get it done. The room will eternally look like crap, and I will continue to make excuses for it when people come over.
Although a pretty pink now, with a new carpet it was still an unstylish MESS!!! The cheap curtains, no carpet pad, no lamps, and and still the laminated $ 5 coffee table that was an emergency solution from years ago — all still there. And none of the fab vintage finds have been painted, and none of the lamps or art have been placed.
And on top of it, it’s always filled to the brim with family members, slipping and sliding on the carpet because I had not even had time to get a carpet pad or even cared to lay it down properly.One Room Challenge – Week # 4