wall hanging from casulo.
A few months ago we switched bedrooms with the kids – giving them the larger room to share (post to come soon!). Since we would be sacrificing space, I wanted a very minimal, clean look but with a splash of color. I have been obsessed with this nude/pink/peach color and I felt like it would be the perfect touch for our new bedroom. As fate would have it, I met Jessica Kollar, painter and designer, through Instagram and fell in love with her work. I explained my vision and she totally got it! She recommended a textured wall and I think it turned out just beautiful. A little about the process via Jessica: “First I tinted a lime based plaster to a light peachy color. Then troweled that on the wall allowing some imperfections and rough spots into the plaster. Allow to dry overnight. I then tinted some glazing medium to a burnt siena tone and brushed that on, wiping and blending it into the plaster.” Voila! For the rest of room, I added a few personal touches, white bedding, and some plants. I wanted to keep everything as simple as possible with our new accent wall being the main focus.
weaving from pacific loom.
linen pillowslip covers from dazed but amazed.
frida art print from lady noel designs.
Our house is always evolving and little mementos and furniture/plants are always being shifted around but I feel so at peace in our bedroom. Below are some photos of Jessica while she was working on our siena wall: