French Inspired Bedroom

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The Designer: Evelyn Eshun

I love this look for its casual yet sophisticated style, and its modern approach to integrating elements found in French décor.

Get THIS look with natural fabrics such as linen and silk, tufted furniture and mixed metals such as silver and brushed gold. For a glamorous touch, add reflective elements, like a silver or mirror bedside tray.

As Seen In: Canadian Home Trends Winter 2014 Issue

Sources:

Perfect Balance by Christina Marzilli

  • Fabric, Kravet, www. kravet.com
  • Teal Harlem Blues Paisley Pillow, Gray Crewel Embroidered Pillow, Pier1 Imports,  www.pier1.ca
  • Flush Mount with Crystal Drop in Chrome Finish, Union Lighting, www.unionlightingandfurnishings.com
  • Headboard and Base 90, Decor-Rest, www.decor-rest.com
  • Weekend Chair and a Half, Decor-Rest, www.decor-rest.com
  • Accent Table, Decor-Rest, www.decor-rest.com

French Inspired by Evelyn Eshun

  • Mirror, Global Views, www.globalviews.com
  • Painting, PI Creative Art, www.PiCreativeArt.com
  • Metal Tray, Horchow, www.horchow.com
  • Bed, Bassett Furniture, www.bassettfurniture.com
  • Ottoman, Lee Industries, www.leeindustries.com
  • Rug, W. Studio, www.wstudio.ca

Roaring 20s by Karen Sealy

  • Great Gatsby Line, Korhani, www.korhani.com
  • 6640 Firelight Table Lamp, Currey & Company, www.curreyandcompany.com
  • Cozy Textures & Bedding, Sealy Design 2010 Dream Home, www.sealydesigninc.com
  • Freud Croc Embossed Leather and Brass Table, Arteriors Home, www.arteriors.com
  • Custom Cabinetry, Sealy Design 2010 Dream Home, www.sealydesigninc.com
  • Chelsey Natural Limed Oak Bar, Arteriors Home, www. arteriorshome.com
  • Truman, New Ravenna Mosaics, www.newravenna.com
  • Paint Colour: Almond Butter 6115-11, Sico, www.sico.ca
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