Walking into this serene master bedroom felt like releasing a big exhale. The panoramic water views, enveloping Mark Sikes for Schumacher upholstered walls, and soothing color palette were heaven. I don’t know how anyone could ever get out of bed.
I spent a good amount of time admiring Mark’s window treatments. In this room, woven inside mount Roman shades were paired with drapes.
Pairing two florals like this isn’t for the faint of heart, but the smaller scale, more structured pattern of the drapery floral (can anyone ID? I’m drawing a blank!) complements the larger vining pattern on the walls rather than competes.
Setting up one nightstand to work double duty as a desk is a great trick.
P.S these gold gladiator style lace ups I’m wearing above have been such a great addition to my summer shoe collection!
More upholstered walls and a fabulous abstract by Catherine Jones.
Brass frames and sconces throughout the home add warmth and contrast against the cool blues.
This grouping of botanicals balanced out the room’s high ceilings and framed the headboard nicely. If you love the look of the peacock wicker headboard, don’t miss theses amazing vintage options here!
I’m kicking myself again for not getting the manufacturer of this gorgeous spool leg and paper cord chair which looks to coordinate with the counter stools used in the kitchen.
Let’s continue upstairs to another of my favorite spaces. This room spilled out onto a roof deck and had the most perfect unobstructed views of the water. A wet bar and full bath make it such a multifunctional space.
This daybed is so chic. I keep trying to find a space for it in my own home to no avail.
Casually stacked artwork is the perfect way to dress up an otherwise uninteresting knee wall.
Even on pillows no detail was spared: brush fringe, tassels, and serged edges decorate some of my favorite Carolina Irving fabrics.
Skirted tables are always a classic addition to a space and have the added benefit of providing concealed storage.
One last drapery detail shot featuring a favorite China Seas fabric.
For those of you who aren’t able to visit the showhouse in person, I hope you enjoyed tagging along virtually. If you’re in New England I’d highly recommend a visit. Proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club.
I truly believe Mark Sikes will go down as one of the legendary designers of our time, so it was such a treat to see his inspiring work in person and be able to admire all of the details I’ve come to appreciate up close.