The Friend Style Files......Blair

I thought I would take a break from incessantly talking about my own decor taste and what I want for myself and talk about the decor styles of those nearest and dearest to me.

I'm going to start, most appropriately, with my oldest and best friend, Blair.

This is Blair. Isn't she darling?
Now, if Blair were a prospective client, she would be a hard one to crack.
Not only is she one of my most stylish friends, but she's also very particular, and has classic, simple taste.

She has always told me that the epitome of her decor style is Cameron Diaz's character Amanda's house in The Holiday. (pictured above)

With that in mind, I am focusing on her boudoir.

Inspiration for Miss Blair's Boudoir.....

I'll start with this gorgeous bed from Restoration Hardware, which I would order in a mocha velvet fabric.

I would paint the walls this Stonewall from the "Urban Loft" at Ralph Lauren Home

I would top the bed with some linen Pom Pom bedding with French embroidery and hemstitching in all white

And I would add some flax colored shams like these from Pine Cone Hill

To add some color, I would add three or four of these gorgeous pillows from Woody Liana on Etsy

Above the bed, I would hang an unframed canvas with this black and white photo of Audrey Hepburn printed on it.
Blair has always been a fan of Audrey. She HAS to be a part of the boudoir.

Blair loves to have long chats with girlfriends or read magazines, so she has to have a little seating area, complete with two of these chairs....

Recovered in this beautiful Schumacher Fabric....

With this side table in the middle...

For her tv, I would position this fabulous piece across from her bed.

I would put these mirrors above the console.

And lean this mirror against the wall....

These antique side tables would flank either side of the bed.

And I would have two of these lamps on the bed side tables.
And because I LOVE an unexpected design element, I would hang this fabulous chandelier from Horchow above her bed.

I would hang these curtains from West Elm

and put this rug down to one side of her bed.

I love this frame as an antique element to add to the mostly modern vibe of the room.