guest room makeover: the complete look.
yesterday, i shared my collaboration with EBTH to bring in pieces to give my guest room makeover that vintage-modern vibe i was going for, including the vintage portraits, artwork and ceramic collection. and today, i’m sharing the full reveal and resources for you. i partnered with a few of my favorite brands to bring the room to life and am loving the final look. i had in mind a kind of old hollywood theme and i started with the land of nod jenny lind bed as the main focus of the room and worked around that dramatic black frame and built up the room from there. i’d heard wonderful things about ease of delivery and how comfy they are, so we topped the jenny lind bed with a queen size mattress from casper and it did not disappoint. i only hope guests won’t decide to linger too long.
i also wanted the look of layered black & white bedding, so i went hunting on serena & lily and found a multitude of great options. what you see here is the Woven Stripe Quilt and a pair of euro pillow shams — love the tufted details on these! the sheets are their dipsea design in black & white, and for the layering, i went with their Macramé Bed Skirt, the Casablanca Pom Throw and topped those pieces with their charcoal gray Utility Canvas Throw. as emeril likes to say, bam! the black accent pillow is from lawson fenning in silver lake — an amazing home accessories store if you’ve never checked it out.
to set the stage for the old Hollywood look i wanted, i found these vintage barkcloth drapery panels at TravelStitch on etsy, and I added Metal Curtain Eyelet Rings from amazon. we hung the curtain on my favorite window hardware — west elm’s Rubbed Iron adjustable Industrial Pipe Rod. i also added some reading light for my guests — a lovely pair of simple matte black wall sconces from bloomingville. i found the vintage wicker table on EBTH and the little rattan table lamp on etsy at the robot parade and because this room gets direct sunlight all day, i added a black ceiling fan from all modern to create a nice cool breeze.
we added some personal touches for my guests, like a woven fringed sun hat from indigo africa for hot L.A. days, and also from indigo africa, their cute pom pom floor basket full of throws for cooler nights. i found the black rattan vintage magazine rack at the pasadena city college flea market to hold all kinds of great designs magazines for my guests (and some good gossipy ones, too). and to warm up the room, i added a sisal rug from all modern and the white roman shades are from barn & willow. i’ve had the black dresser and vintage eames rocker forever, so i think that’s about it! we’re ready for guests!
• photography by lily glass for sfgirlbybay.
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