Planner Kate Franzen, of Glint Events, carried out a wintery theme for this wedding with white and blush roses, white ranunculus, silver brunia berries, frosted pinecones, white anemones and gypsophila (baby's breath). “Don’t overlook baby’s breath for a winter wedding." she says. "It matches the crisp, clean feel of winter and, by itself, can produce a stunning and dramatic effect. Not to mention, gypsophila is much more affordable than out-of-season blooms.” Florist: Petals + Twigs.
Pattern does a long way in this enchanting bedroom, where a floral motif is repeated on the bedding, wallpaper and drapes. A bamboo-inspired four-poster bed anchors the room on a neutral plaid area rug. The tufted armchair, warmly lit fireplace and loveseat create an inviting atmosphere for guests and family alike.
Two rooms flanked by a see through alcohol burning horizontal fireplace. One side of the room is made up of a Donghia Island Chaise, covered in a Floral Donghia Bissona fabric and Sahco and Rubelli pillows in purple and orange.
To give a walk-in feel to this closet, the sliding door and hanging rod were removed and replaced with custom built-in shelves, drawers and a vanity. The brilliant blue Gracie wallpaper was lacquered for high resistance performance.
In this feminine bathroom, designer Christina Stillwaugh of Jessica Lagrange Interiors combines a gold sink and sconces with a dramatic, large-scale wallpaper that celebrates the pink tones in the stone floor.
Using metal hoops, ribbon and flowers and greenery from your local grocery store, you can easily recreate this altar. Embroidery hoops would work well, too. Secure each floral arrangement to the top of the hoop using floral wire. Lastly, hang the hoops in different heights from a wooden post.