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How about this room? I really love everything about it, except for the choice in lighting. I feel like it might be too “little girl’s room”. But everything else is working – the painted quatrefoil design on the ceiling, the soft pink palls, the variety of art hung in an unexpected arrangement and the pieces of furniture, which are all very different but work oh-so-well together! I love it!
Happy Tuesday everyone! I hope you’re all ready for the 4th of July! Tomorrow I’ll be sharing a delicious 4th of July drink recipe that you can try out on your friends and family!
*room by Dillard Design
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Are you refering to the lighting on the table or the lighting on the ceiling as too “little girlish”? I do love the constrasting ideas in the little ballerina girl portrait against the naked “thinking man” portrait. What do you think the designer was thinking in arranging such opposing thoughts?
I don’t think the chandelier fits in the space! xo