Monday, November 21, 2011

Real Life Room: Yellow and Blue Eclectic

This simple, soothing space comes to your from Caitlin Creer Interiors.  Caitlin is an interior designer out of Salt Lake City and combines a background of art history and visual merchandising to create beautiful spaces with the perfect balance of color, pattern and simplicity.

This nursery was designed for a client and features a mix of yellow and blue-gray to create a simple, personalized space.

This simple button art was made by her client for the space.  More DIY details at the bottom of the post.  The drawer pulls add a touch of whimsy to a simple white dresser.

This table adds a pop of color in an interesting shape.  The fabric on the bird mobile pulls colors from all areas of the room.

The crib was given a makeover with yellow paint - a fun way to re purpose for baby #2

Here are the sources for some of the items:

Crib: Client's own painted Martha Stewart Egg Yolk
Rug : Surya Fallon (available through Caitlin)
Chair: Babinski's Baby
Pillow: Anthropologie, no longer available
Curtains: Custom
Lamp: Pottery Barn
End Table: Home Goods
Basket: World Market
Knobs: Anthropologie
Dresser: West Elm Niche Dresser
A art: Made by client, DIY here from curbly
Mobile: Made by client, DIY here and here

Building and Architectural design by Steve Tiek of Tiek Built Homes
Photos by Miekel Reece

If you are interested in Caitlin's services, visit her blog here

1 comment:

Jessie said...

I love the picture made from buttons, very cool idea.