Eliza's Childhood Bedroom
Eliza loves the peaceful femininity of our Elsie fabric and found the inspiration for this dusty pink hue from country houses she visited as a college student in Scotland. Eliza pulled out the subtle grey tones from the Elsie print on her bed by using Plumbago in Heron for the drapes, which are trimmed with a subtle pink. Papier-mâché sconces sourced by her Grandmother, Apple, along with one of Sister's dog paintings round out the room, providing a warm touch of family heritage.
My grandmother Apple's bedroom in our Bedford, NY home is a paradise filled with our Dolly print in Lettuce Green. This space is quintessential Sister Parish style, with vintage patterns layered on more patterns. It truly feels like a fresh spring breeze – the perfect green refuge to relax in! Click here to learn more.
I recently refreshed my brother's (old) room at my Mom's home in Bedford, NY using one of Sister's (and my) favorite prints, Pocantico. Pocantico has a small repeat, making it perfect for drapery and upholstery. Albert used this print (named after the location of his summer house) in hot pink for drapery in Sister's apartment on 5th Ave. I love the juxtaposition of how feminine it was in her apartment against how masculine it is in my brother's room here.
Cabin Fever: Guest Bedroom
Eliza's guest bedroom, pictured above, was inspired by Diana Vreeland’s Park Avenue living room. Our Sintra print anchors the room with its large-scale pattern, while pops of our Desmond and Waldingfield prints offer the perfect complement. My favorite local antique shop, Montage Antiques, is a treasure trove that I love to get lost in and sourced the vintage kantha coverlet and Eastlake style desk chair (upholstered in our Waldingfield fabric in Coral).
To Design is to Dream: Bedroom
For this project, Eliza used a mix of Sister Parish fabrics to make the room feel cheerful and inviting. By doing this she was able to create another living space.