Ok. I guess that she is trying to re-create it in her home. So, the key is to “deconstruct it.” Break it down into its component elements…. And, then decide what to you re-create and what you want to re-imagine. This process does take some practice, but it isn’t difficult.
Interior design ain’t rocket science. It is the simple idea of deciding what you like. The problem is figuring out where to purchase those items that you love!
This room is actually a sophisticated study in neutrals…. with a little punch of color. For tone-on-tone rooms to work well, they need to have lots of interesting features and tactile elements. These rooms are some of the most difficult to do well. When doing a monochromatic space… you’ve got to OWN it. This is not the time for half ass. Great textures and details will bring the space to life!
So… where do we start?
WALL COLOR. The wall color is beige/brown. Ok… that’s easy enough. Paint store.
The tone of that coffee table is slightly lighter than the inspiration photo. But, it could be restained. Huh? A couple of years ago, I saw a room that Nate Berkus did for Oprah. He took a $5000 Ralph Lauren bamboo console... and painted it blue. Oh, Lord. Well, that WAS on an Oprah show budget. But, the same premise holds. If the color isn’t exactly right but the design is great, then find your favorite furniture refinisher and re-stain it!
THE RUG. It is a sisal or jute. Those are easy to find.
THE CURTAIN ROD. The curtain rod in that room is awful. For quality and price, the best curtain rods are currently at Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware. Just buy them when they are on sale. No need to pay full price...
THE WHITE POTTERY. The white ceramic on the mantle screams Jonathan Adler. Though I couldn't find an exact match online, the Jonathan Adler "Belly" vase is a close cousin.