Headboard color, lamps and mirrored side tables. Swap the pink for navy or orange
blue and white lamps for either the sideboard or living room side tables.
Elegant Master Bedroom. headboard, bench at end of bed, side tables+lamps and daker color @Marysa Ingersoll Ingersoll Salas
For The Home.
Gold + blush + pink + glitter wedding inspiration board. Swap the pink for Navy and either keep the blush or go for a light coral...
the headboard...the table and chair at the foot of the bed...the high placed curtains...the end tables/lamps on each side...perfect small bedroom!
home is where the art is
things I like here: the lamps, the mirrored tables, the drapes, the headboard. ok, so I like a lot of it.
Switch Coffee Table in Coffee Tables & Side Tables | Crate and Barrel- Can be glass on top or wood it is able to swap out
I love these orange zinnias. I'm thinking either pair them with some white hydrangeas or peonies. And for the tables- painting mason jars with an aqua color to tie in all our wedding colors!
Navy, coral, grey, aqua. Swap out the grey for a shade of slate/brownish color and I'm set on the nursery colors.
PULCHRITUDE // FEST: DIY: Rustic Headboard...love the small tables for drink and glasses
ikat glam - love the framed scribble on the wall. mirrored side tables = fab.
For The Home.
The vintage colors are absolutely gorgeous. Could easily swap put the pink touches for a pale green or pale blue.
Early on, Keiser suggested a palette of pale blue and wheat. But when the homeowners craved more color, Keiser added bright orange lamps and pillows to the living room, then repeated the cheerful accents throughout the house. Pale walls, neutral upholstery, bright orange accents, and see-through surfaces such as glass end tables keep the living room light and inviting.
Swap the pink for a light green, and it would be perfect
LIZ OR AKA JAVAGIRL: THE RECIPE SWAP FOR SOUPS & APPETIZERS
Obsessed with this color combo... I currently have lots of teal, might swap the green stuff for orange!
Not crazy about the pink, I'd probably swap out pink for brown or turqoise. But the idea is so simple! A piece of fabric and a couple of flowers, tada!