Since the budget at Villa Cantina is a main concern my inspiration for the master suite is a fabric that I found on Ebay. I think it is lovely and it was a bargain! It is Homeopath by P Kaufmann
Series prints particularly old ones make a nice statement without breaking the bank. I purchased these from my friend Tess at Hint of History.
You can buy similar ones from Tess here: http://stores.ebay.com/A-Hint-of-History-Antique-Prints
I am waiting for the arrival of this beautiful chest from Dovetail Furniture
I found this headboard at West Elm on sale. It is no longer on the website but you might still be able to find it in one of the stores. I think the wood needs a whitewash to tone it down and then it will be perfect.
I was thinking of using these great lamps from Ballard Designs
Look how beautiful they look here
http://cotedetexas.blogspot.com/2010/03/webb-design-albans-house.html I love that Joni used some of the owners own pieces, some really wonderful things and an economical find from Ballard. A really good designer can combine fine things with simple ones for a great result.
I also love these big old urns from Pottery Barn (my Villa Cantina staple), I found them on sale for much less at the Palo Alto store. Those of you who know me realize that I have a hard time with purchased lamps. I prefer using found objects. Too often the shade isn't right a pet peeve of mine.
I am also loving these new chairs from Pottery Barn. I think they would look great flanking the fireplace. I love the shade of the wicker and the size as space is at a premium.
These tables are on order from Halo Styles (thanks Joni for the tip)
That just about wraps it up except for a few decicions....Mirrors I love... from Wisteria
You can purchase them all here: http://www.wisteria.com/
More mirrors from Dovetail
Or what about these from Restoration Hardware
You can purchase them here:
Which would you choose?
For my weekend project I am tackling those darn cabinets...wish me luck!