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[room of the week] Spanish bohemian guest room(s)

Yesterday was a happy day – my April issue of Canadian House & Home arrived. I’ve only had a chance to do a quick flip through but this one image caught my eye:

What a charming nook!  Piled high with cushy colourful pillows, this alcove is the perfect spot to curl up and read a book in this home office-turned-guest room. I love the combination of the rustic desk and the modern rolling chair. And the layered colour on pattern on colour creates a casual bohemian vibe.  I thought this was the perfect room of the week.

But then I saw a second guest room in the same house:

Hello! Similar to the first guest room, this one ooozes vibrancy with a bold combination a fuchsias, greens, and pops of yellow. These gorgeous fabrics come from Kathryn Ireland‘s newest textile collection and really help the designer achieve that perfect Spanish Mexican-meets-Moroccan vibe. And look at those side table. And the art.  Love.

(image: design by Kathryn M Ireland, photography by Victoria Pearson)

 

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  1. Donna
    March 11, 2011 at 9:58 am

    I love your rooms of the week too, Dayna. The cheery colours and patterns are especially welcome at this grey and dull time of year. Come and decorate for me please!

    • March 11, 2011 at 10:24 am

      So true! We are in dire need of some sunshine and spring colours!

  2. March 13, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    Oh how fresh and gorgeous! Spring definitely comes to mind when admiring these rooms =D

    xo Linda

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