There are only two bedrooms that share a bath at Villa Cantina. One has a queen bed and the other the only full size. I decided to use the same fabrics and colorways in those two rooms for simplicity and continuity.
Oyster stick Mirror from Wisteria. You can find it here www.wisteria.com
Duvet & Shams will be Historians by Kravet
Bed skirt & Shams Jonathan Khaki Linen from Chandler Collection
Great Vintage Egg Prints from A Tess Mendel of A Hint of History,http://shop.ebay.com/ahintofhistory/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=&_trksid=p3686
beautifully framed by my favorite framer Artistic Hangups of Salinas www.artistichangups.com
Chest from Dovetail Furniture
Carpets will be wall to wall Sea grass . If any of you read Joni Webb’s blog Cote de Texas. She chose it as one of her top ten design elements http://cotedetexas.blogspot.com/2009/07/cote-de-texas-top-ten-design-elements-3.html. If you haven’t read her blog you should. She has one of the most informative researched design blogs out there. Apparently it is as comman as a cowboy hat in Houston, but here on the Central Coast of CA they are not so sure. I have encountered similar problems like House and Garden Style of New York http://houseandgardenstyle.blogspot.com/2009/11/seagrass-headaches.html. However the bedrooms of Villa Cantina are going to be sea grass!
I am going to use these lampshades from Shades of Light
with these old balusters from Capitol Salvage as bases if I can convince the “boys” to turn them into lamps
On these little night stands from Dovetail Furniture
What do you think? Any suggestions?