Thursday, September 29, 2011

I love this room!

That's all. Carry on.

p.s.-Erin, look, pink walls!

{images via Ben Pentreath, spotted on Armas Design}
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Erin said...

Hahaaaaa, before I even scrolled to the bottom I knew what you were going to say!!!

They are gorgeous, but... just not me. I had a pink bedroom from puberty to high school graduation and I vowed never again.

Of course, I also said never again to rust and look where I am on that!

My Interior Life said...

This room looks European to me. Is it? Do you know? So warm and inviting. And European-looking. British? French?

nkp said...

I have faith that you might yet change your mind, Erin! Perhaps it's that I never had a girly room growing up, but as soon as I saw that photo, I thought of you!

nkp said...

Kathy, you nailed it--British.

mb said...

Room? English. My guess is that it is Pink Ground 202 from Farrow and Ball.
Erin, bet you 10 bucks that your pink bedroom didn't have this much warmth.
There is a shop in Toronto called Constantine on Yonge Street that painted their walls this lovely color. So fine.

Thanks for sharing Nelya.
mb from Dallas

anita said...

I love this room too.

nkp said...

Marybeth, you nailed it as usual! F & B, Pink Gound, it is!

Naomi@DesignManifest said...

yup its all done right. This makes me pissed off that my pottery barn rug is so darn inferior to the real beni ourains.

Leah said...

me too! those Brits do it right!

Cassie said...

Shamelessly stealing. I'll blog anything with Josef Frank in it.

MFAMB said...

i love the fireplace, the pink walls and the rug.
a lot.