Girly is probably the last word I would use to describe my design style, but I love this Hot Pink Stripe Pillow! It's bright and fun and perfect for spring and summer time. (Plus it could work as an outdoor pillow as well — just email us if you're interested in an outdoor version!)
Lindsey & I thought it would be fun to come up with two different ways to style a room with this pillow. We each took the same pillow and used it as a jumping off point to design a room.
I chose to design a living room with a comfy casual beachy theme. I picked neutral colors for the large pieces in the room — the furniture, curtains and lamp — and picked bolder and brighter patterns and colors for the pillows and art to really make them pop. Here's my design:
I really like how everything came together in a fun way.
Some of these items I love so much I may even use in my own home! I've been loving Gray Malin's from-the-air photographs, especially from his Australia collection. I also recently ordered some of the palm fabric to make some pillows for my house. I can't wait! And the banana art is so fun I couldn't resist. The "all you need is love" chalkboard print is from one of my favorite bloggers Jessica of Little Baby Garvin.
Here are all of the living room sources:
All You Need is Love chalkboard print // Banana photograph // Gray Malin Australia photograph // Floor lamp // Leather Loveseat // Curtains // White Chair // Coffee table // Skinny Chevron Pillow in Navy // Pink Floral Pillow // Hot Pink Stripe Pillow // Palm Pillow // Grey & yellow stripe pillow
And from Lindsey:
Ever since we made the decision to move closer to Jeff's work, I have been obsessed with the idea of a playroom. It could be a converted dinning room, loft space or an extra bedroom, but it cannot be in the same space as the family room. It seems a bit ridiculous because we haven't even started looking, but this is the one thing I told our Realtor I will not budge on.
Because of this new-found obsession I chose to design a playroom. I love designing kids spaces because you can be a bit more bold with your color and pattern choices.
Here are some ideas I've been thinking about doing in my playroom:
Here are all of the playroom sources :
Zebra Pull Toy // Be Unique Artwork // World Map Wall Mural // Slide // Daybed // Hot Pink Stripe Pillow // Skinny Chevron Pillow in Navy // Giraffe Lamp // Swinging Chair // Moose Plush // Area Rug // Art Easel // Table and Chair Set
How would you style a hot pink stripe pillow?