Fabulous Room Friday 11.14.14

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 While we have been in Napa, there temperature has taken a dip and as we head back home to Houston today, we will be greeted by a cold blast that has affected most of the country. This is exactly why this chic bedroom designed by Patrick Mele looks so tempting at the moment. The iconic Quadrille Arbre de Matisse wallpaper in a rich brown and off-white colorway exudes warmth while making a bold statement. I love mirrors and use small, round, convex ones in my work quite often, so the white Federal style mirrors over each of the twin beds get great marks in my book! The crisp, black and white bedding is graphic, yet timeless, and the bright, striped blankets add a fun touch of color. I love seeing chocolate brown paired with bright pink and orange– so fresh and chic! I also think it is pretty genius to use twin beds in guest rooms as they allow for so much more flexibility depending on who is coming for a visit.

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 In this corner of the room, Patrick pairs a pretty faux bamboo desk with an antique chair in a great ticking stripe, zebra hide pillow, and adds layers through interesting artwork, a modern task lamp, and plenty of blue and white pottery.


Have a wonderful weekend!


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  1. Chris and Lisa,

    Unfortunately, I don’t know what the exact sources as they have not been publicized. You might consider contacting Patrick Mele directly and asking him.

    Thanks for reading LDV!