I recently received my latest Serena and Lily catalog and I immediately zeroed in on some of their latest bed designs. Vintage influences were covered in cream to offer up a fresh approach to some age-old bedtime stories. Past definitely meeting present with crisp color palettes.
While the bed, above, was derived from a Portuguese antique, I think we can all relate to seeing a little Eastlake vibe, as well. Not saying to slap a coat of paint on Great Grandmother’s family treasure, but if the wood isn’t too precious . . .
The Georgina headboard was inspired by a flea market find. A bit of Victorian meets Indochine.
(J’adore Catherine Deneuve)
If the wall temps are going to be on the ‘warm’ side, adding a little cream and mint will cool it down to comfy.
Bamboo and rattan are still reigning and rocking in the world of interiors. The appeal is organic and exotic. I love how the Persimmon Knot Sheets were inspired by a necklace found in Vietnam. Multi coastal and multi cultural persuasions can be blended in harmony.
What do you think? Are you brave enough to create a new story line for your bedroom or does it send you hiding under the covers?
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