This room started off as a little boy's nursery (sorry, I don't have before photos), but the little boy got bigger as little boys tend to do. The owners decided this room would be more functional as a downstairs guestroom and a big boy room could be created upstairs instead.
The design for this room started off with a traditional red and navy design, but after working with my client more, we uncovered a hidden design preference: mid-century combined with clean lines, and a mix of cool grays and warm yellow. The color horseradish was introduced and the rest is history!
To keep the design interesting, I incorporated one of my favorite patterns: herringbone. The herringbone wood wall is definitely the showstopper in the room, but the nailhead pattern of the headboard is also herringbone. As for the bedding and accessories, West Elm was definitely a favorite place to source items for the room.
The room now welcomes all those who stay there as well as kid slumber parties from time to time.