Our Collected Home: Part Three

Hi guys!  Rainy days make for good blogging days. So, alas, our home tour continues upstairs.  If you missed Part One, here it is. Part Two is here. I hope you enjoy the tour. Your readership, and feedback are always greatly appreciated. Thank you so much! Photography: Lauren Rubinstein.

The Master Bedroom. The antique iron headboard was an anniversary gift from my parents from the antique market in Arezzo, Italy in 1998. The linens are a mix of antique French, Italian and American, and a few Target throws for texture. 

The family heirloom Italian dresser was a gift from my mother-in-law. The chair and ottoman came from my parents, as did the needlepoint Aubusson. The walls are BM Winter Wheat. Embroidered draperies from Tuesday Morning.

The Guest Room. I covered a garage sale find headboard and window cornice in matlasse, burlap and gauzy drapes. The silk check bedspread and shams belonged to my parents in the early 80's...still a classic! The pillows are a mix of custom with antique linens, crewel, and embroidered dots (also a garage sale find). The walls are BM Navaho White and the ceiling is SW Topsail.

Luca's Room.  He insisted on red even though I had another plan.  The kid has a good eye, and the room turned out alright in the end. What do you think?

Bianca's Room.  

A pitched silver ceiling with wide horizontal stripes visually increase the size of this tiny room.

Every budding fashionista needs a mannequin... and a full length mirror.

 A glimpse of the garden.  Hoping to get out there this week to plant and spiff. Rain rain go away!

Have a great week!


Unknown said...

Having heart palps and flashbacks from our designer lunch when we were all running around your upstairs FREAKING out over how beautiful, every detail. LOVE the frames on your egg prints in guest bedroom too. I'm pinning away. xo

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

OMGoodness, I have fallen in love! I am going to go back and see Parts 1 and 2! Your furniture and linens are exquisite!!! You were recommended on a post on Facebook. XO, Pinky


You know I love your home....that was a fun day at the designer lunch!

Lisa Gabrielson said...

Thank you so much, ladies, for your continued support! You know it means the WORLD to me.

Unknown said...

Where did you get the full-length mirror?

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