Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Sarah 101 {Loft Bedroom}

Loft living always has me intrigued so naturally, I was drawn to this loft bedroom makeover. I love the rustic elements in this room, the white washed exposed brick, the wood ceiling and concrete floor – all great features.

Andrew asked for POW and POW is what he got! The natural jumping off point for a room this large – fabric! Not sure that the dragon floral fabric would have been my choice for a bachelor pad but overall, it came together really nicely.

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Here’s that fabric up close…

Schumacher Chiang Mai Dragon

Some other close ups from the HGTV website…

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3 Take A Ways. If there are many windows in a single room, use the same fabric throughout however, change up the application. If using a bold fabric for upholstery, use piping in a contrasting color – something that compliments the original fabric. Sarah choose white piping for the accent chair. The key to mix & matching different styles, in this case, it’s industrial with finer elements, is having an equal balance of both elements sprinkled throughout the room.

What do you think?

6 comments:

Diana Mieczan said...

That loft bedroom is really great! I totally agree with you..Its so important to mix different styles together. This way you will always get a unique and fun look:)
Hugs and kisses

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things that sparkle said...

Ohhh thank you for sharing! I wish we had that show here. Gorgeous!

Kelly @ JAX does design said...

I love the fabric on the chair and the design of the bed. And love all the bold colours they pulled from the Chiang Mai fabric. Not sure it's the kind of room I'd design for a guy, though.

{See ya soon!}

barbara@hodge:podge said...

AHHH, my FAVOURITE fabric, chiang mai dragon - LOVE it. That one is Alabaster, I have a sample that I plan on making a pillow for my living room and using the colours from that fabric to liven up my space. This episode {which I have yet to watch} will be a great inspiration!

BTW: Chiang mai is not a budget fabric, runs about $250/yard!!!

Leah said...

That fabric is AMAZING! I LOVE!

Luvs!

alison (semi-fab lane) said...

you're right on the fabric, interesting choice, but a very unique room in the end.

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