Sarah London

We have been in our new home now for 10 months. The whole house has been a beautiful blank canvas!

I deliberately decided not to bring all of our ‘stuff/clutter’ with us when we moved in. I’m being very conscious, mindful, with belongings and new purchases.

“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.”
― William Morris

I promised way back in June, when our new bed was delivered, that I’d share some pics as I went about decorating our bedroom. It is still a work in progress, I’m slowly sourcing items and taking my time.

As soon as I spotted the below image from within the pages of Belle magazine I knew in an instant that I would draw inspiration from the details for our own bedroom!

Bedroom Inspiration |Sarah London

The design is credited to, Greg Natale of Greg Natale Design.

I love everything about this space!

The lay out of our bedroom is similar, we have a balcony, a walk in robe and en-suite.

Wall colour and carpet colour are also similar.

My progress thus far,

Bedroom | Sarah London

The bed, the focus.

I went with the Ella from Freedom. It doesn’t feature the upholstered buttons, but that is something I can DIY at a later date.

Next, the bedside tables.

I went with the Como from Fantastic Furniture. The structure is good, I’ll attach some legs and handles, also at a later date.

Bedroom | Sarah London

Still on the list is,

* zebra rug

* duvet cover … I have now sourced the exact same from the US.

* three european cushions in a Chinoiserie toile print … I’m planning on sewing them, once I source the fabric I like.

* the scatter cushions … Etsy.

* lamps … still looking.

* reading chair.

It was Winter when our bed arrived, hence the faux fur accessories. The cushions and throw were also from Freedom, the duvet cover was from Spotlight.

Bedroom | Sarah London

It’s now Spring, soon to be Summer! I need to source a nice Chinoiserie Toile fabric to lift and inject some colour into the room!

Bedroom | Sarah London

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Lexi :: NEW pdf Pattern

Lexi PDF Pattern | Sarah London

LEXI is available now in the Store!

Textured and colourful!

Lexi PDF Pattern | Sarah London

Lexi PDF Pattern | Sarah London

Of course you could chose to work this pattern in a co-ordinated sequence of colours.

If you opt for controlled colour I always advise on selecting an odd number. Be it 3 or 5 different hues.

Variants from the same colour family translate seamlessly! Select a light, medium and dark yarn!

ie: As I did for my Larksfoot blanket. Lexi would look lovely stitched in similar shades.

Larksfoot | Sarah London

Lexi PDF Pattern | Sarah London

Or be bold and outrageous, utilize those left over scraps of yarn and hook a one of a kind!

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