It’s week four of the One Room Challenge! Before we get started, catch up below!
So, this week, I’m breaking down all of the wonderful product choices I found browsing High Point Market’s list of vendors. I’ve been asked if High Point Market is open to the public. I’m sorry to say it’s to-the-trade only. Which is one great example of why working with a designer has great benefits! Designers have access to all of these things, and they can work out the purchasing for you! It’s a great time to invest in your home since we’re spending so much time there. But if you can’t afford working with a designer at this time, take this One Room Challenge as inspiration for your own home. If you like the feeling or vibe of the space I’m creating (or any of the other featured designers are creating), see if you can emulate it with your own similar pieces!
-The plaid from Kravet screams “cozy” to me, which is just what I’m looking for as we head into colder months. I’ll be using this for drapes! The following will be used as pillows:
-The textured leather, also from Kravet, called Ossy-6.
-The ivory and black geometric print from Kelly Wearstler, from Lee Jofa, called Pastiche Chalk-Jet.
-The gorgeous velvet floral from Lee Jofa, called Oriental Garden-jewel.
-A pretty persimmon from Donghia, called Crazy Love.
-Another Kelly Wearstler from Lee Jofa, Graffito Onyx
These fabrics came together after finding this beautiful rug from Kravet…
So much warmth! That’s down below, and this will be what you see when you look up!
I think the faux wood would speak beautifully to other wood elements I picked for the room…
I even found these wood links from Regina Andrew…
I just want everything to read very cozy and welcoming. This is the room we spend the most time in! Here’s a look at some accessories I’ve chosen.
Mini men sculptures, hands sculpture, glass decanter set, iron bust, bronze head: Studio A Home
Book ends, marble links, wood links, and mirror: Regina Andrew
Onyx bowl: Noir Furniture
Lemon Bowl: Abigails
Art: Wendover Art Group
As far as furniture goes, here’s a closer look at what’s on the mood board:
You can see my plans for furniture placement in Week 2’s post. I designed this with “dream furniture” in mind since this is a virtual design challenge and not a room that’s actually coming to life, but if I were to actually do this in real life, we are a sectional family through and through! I’ve been coveting one using Crypton fabric (the ultimate performance fabric), and the Andorra Sectional from Universal Furniture would be amazing!
I had a zoom meeting this week with Foyr, the company creating the 3D rendering for this space, and I’m so excited to share this with you! We’re getting there, guys! Two more weeks til the reveal!
In the mean time, be sure to visit the full list of featured designers below to check out their week 4 progress!