Fabulous Room Friday 09.27.13

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Good morning!  I hope you’ve all had a great week. This week, our “Fabulous Room” is a chic bedroom designed by Robert Passal. The space is warm, romantic, and sophisticated with its bold yellow walls and drapes. I love that Passal opted for such a bold color palette—yellow, moss green, navy, and orange, yet he executed it in a way that doesn’t feel at all overwhelming but rather rich and tailored. There are several statement pieces throughout the room from the oversized antique brass lantern and playful ottomans to the gorgeous tufted moss velvet chair (love it!) and the haunting artwork. Because Passal is based in New York, I would venture to say that this home is in New York, but it seems to have a very Southern sensibility, wouldn’t you say? I could totally picture this room in a home in New Orleans’ Garden District or perhaps in Charleston thanks to the architecture of the space and the mix of formality and cheekiness of the room’s design. Fabulous indeed!Snip20130927_74 Snip20130927_72

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If you love Robert Passal’s style as much as I do, be sure to check out his Tastemaker Tag Sale on One Kings Lane this Sunday. I got to preview the items and his event will be filled with fabulous treasures! Have a wonderful weekend!

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