Dissecting Sally Wheat’s Room

Designer Credit: Sally Wheat, Photographed and Featured through Cote de Texas creator Joni Webb

Have you ever become obsessed with a room? Of path you have got, all of us have – occasionally we turn out to be captivated with numerous rooms at one time, or speedy depart our ultimate obsession whilst something better comes alongside, proper? Right now (as you really know from the last two days of blog posts) I’m passionate about Sally Wheat’s dwelling room as featured on Cote de Texas. I’m positive Sally Wheat is thinking … Who is this weirdo, and why is he dissecting my room? (Who am I kidding … Sally Wheat doesn’t read my blog!!!!!)

Seriously though, this room is in reality, one of the most lovely I’ve seen in a very long term. Filled with items which are vintage and particular, with just enough state-of-the-art must-haves to hold it applicable to posted, this room is certainly the paintings of a person with a number of talent and a completely unique vision.

My favorite slipcover source, mail order company Comfort Works is already working on a slipcover for our sofa in ash gray velvet. And while the arm and line of my sofa is much more traditional than Sally’s, it’s a step in the right direction. Next, see that gorgeous pillow on the Tara Shaw chair to the right? It could be Scalamandre’s velvet leopard print fabric, but it also could very well beCalico Corner’s designer go-to Jamil Natural. They are almost impossible to tell apart except for the price.

Found: here

Since they delivered this material in the Fall of 2010, it is been difficult to maintain it at the shelves. Featured in just about each shelter magazine, Jamil has gotten a few incredible press – and it has appeared truely ideal in each room it’s been utilized in.

Found: Calico Corners Flip Book

Printed on one hundred% Cotton Velvet, it’s far again a velvet material with a stunning texture and softness. I assume velvet is probably my new favourite fabric … Pardon me as I digress. In this room Jamil pairs up with a great deal greater colorful fabrics than in Sally’s room … And still, it’s a knock out, right?

Designer Credit: Ashley Goforth

Here in that crucial Houston style, Jamil pairs up with the stark white and wealthy charcoal on this Houston Condo designed by way of Ashley Goforth. I love Jamil as upholstery on that French cameo lower back chair. Hmmmm.

Designer Credit: Ashley Goforth

Upclose and private … Observe that material glow towards that darkish wall and white desk. The chair seems to be fake finished in a bluish grey with gilded accents. Something to truly keep at the mood board.

Designer Credit: Martha Agnus

Ooo, a case of which got here first? Here Jamil pairs up with the same chair finish. If you’re into that whole Swedish repro and import crazy, or already offered into it … This cloth is a certain hearth manner to jazz up the muzlin that the ones chairs come with.

Designer Credit: Palmer Weiss

I agree with that that is the Scalamandre fabric used as a budoir pillow towards this kelly green velvet sofa. But again, almost not possible to spot the distinction among it and Jamil, so I certainly cannot say. Beautiful pairing though …

Found: here

Photographer Credit: Paul Costello

I nonetheless suppose that pillows are the way to move … However you by no means understand what I’m going to come up with. Those completely upholstered French chairs are certainly pretty desirable looking … What do you observed?

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