Fabulous Room 09.30.16

veranda-michelle-nussbaumerWhile I usually believe that less is more, there are times when more is just plain fabulous. Such is the case with this lavish bedroom designed by Michelle Nussbaumer, featured in Veranda this month as well as in her gorgeous new book, Wanderlust. The bed and crown are upholstered in Schumacher’s beautiful Samarkand Ikat fabric– a personal favorite of mine. The walls are upholstered in a classic ticking stripe, and the room also features an assortment of vibrant red and orange accents. The space is glamorous, romantic, feminine, and eclectic, much like Michelle’s work. Are you a more is more or less is more person?

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  1. Ravishing design. I’m a more is more person, when more is this good. And a less is more person when minimalism is well done. So much beauty and potential for it, I suppose one of the hardest tasks of design is to find the right mix and then edit?

  2. Gorgeus! This falls right into the “don’t try this at home” category — an example of what really good designers can do for your space that those of us humans could never pull off on our own! Thanks for sharing.

  3. A lot of people would probably think this is too much and looks too cluttered but I think it’s gorgeous. Especially the fireplace/living room. I just don’t want to think about how much it must have cost to make a room that looks like this…

  4. Undecided, Paloma! I try to strike a balance between the two but I often find myself attracted by spaces that have more details and pattern going on. After all, if less is more, imagine how much more more could be 🙂