A console sink pairs with beadboard wainscoting to bring cottage charm to this traditional powder room. A bold red valance ties the bathroom to the adjacent room, which features matching red wallpaper.
Striped tent valances with red cotton poplin trim and trellis-patterned wallpaper, all from Schumacher, are used in the 2017 Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Homes for the Holidays Designer Showhouse. Atlanta designer Mallory Mathison Glenn said she was inspired by the colors of the French flag and Schumacher’s classic pastoral print, “Plaisirs de Chine,” seen on the pillow sham and duvet. The headboard is vintage faux bamboo and the coverlet has banding in blue. A demilune bench is at the foot of the bed. Mathison Glenn also used a watercolor painting over the bed, an antique French commode and an octagonal mirror in the space.
The key to mixing mismatched patterns? Maintain the same color palette throughout the pieces, as demonstrated in this chic bedroom. From the graphic valance, to the striped pillows and checked ottomans, a red, white and blue palette is intact.
This nursery incorporates elements of the circus in its decor, from the green-and-white striped ceiling to the curtains and coordinating valance that have been hung behind the crib. A yellow door and red antlers bring even more color into the vibrant space.
An ornate crystal and gold chandelier adds sparkle to this formal dining room. The space is accented with a richly draped valance above gold window treatments, striped wallpaper and a dark wood dining table and chairs. A red highlight along the ceiling trim adds visual interest while the large bay window provides natural lighting to the room.