Hey gang, hope you're all okay and your week is off to a glorious start.
I thought today we'd add a sprinkling of interior goodness to my blog as I've recently had the absolute PLEASURE of working with Archive by Sanderson Design, a brand that champions maximalism and a more is more aesthetic, something I too champion when it comes to my home.
Whilst I am still in the process of working with this magical home interiors brand, this blogpost isn't part of the scope of work, however, I wanted to share a closer look of my wardrobe room and also share some closer details outside of the stunning Archive by Sanderson Design wallpaper, as I know how much you guys like peeking into our home, so let's get cracking shall we.
Drawers- eBay, Harry Styles Canvas- Britty Flynn, Jewellery boxes- Jonathan Adler, Lamp- Pooky Lights, Lamp shade- Pooky Lights
Sofa- c/o Sofa.com, Cushion- c/o Archive by Sanderson Design, Table- Habitat, Smiley Coasters- Trouva, Lamp- Pooky Lights, Lamp Shade- c/o Archive by Sanderson Design x Pooky Lights
So, the wallpaper I opted for was the Daisy Wallpaper in Strawberry Fields, although it wasn't exactly an easy decision to make. The variety of prints and colours available at Archive by Sanderson Design is truly out of this world, a maximalist's dream, so whittling it down was no easy feat. The reason the Daisy Wallpaper won the race was due to it's off white base, meaning I could get my print fix, whilst also ensuring the space would remain bright and airy, which is essential as I tend to create a lot of my content up in my wardrobe room. I also really fell for the ultra feminine colour palette of pink, green and yellow, but if you prefer darker, more cosy palettes for your home then fear not, Archive By Sanderson Design have those by the bucket load, plus the Daisy Wallpaper comes in two other colour combinations, so there's a wallpaper for each and every home.
I then used a Sanderson Design paint in Desert Gold, a colour matched to the yellow within the wallpaper, to grace the woodwork within the space. I really love contrasting woodwork in a room, I think it's a really fun way of updating a room and much more inspiring and inviting than the typical white woodwork we see so much of.
Now that's the decor rounded up, let's move on to the styling shall we!
I wanted to both tie in the colours of the wallpaper but also clash it, which you can see here with the additions of cobalt blue, red and orange.
But let's start with the beautiful rhubarb pink sofa bed shall we. This is from sofa.com and is the Teddy two & a half seater sofa bed. I've NEVER come across a more beautiful sofa bed; a sofa bed that doesn't look like a sofa bed if you will. The traditional shape, with the stunning rhubarb pink smart cotton fabric and paired with the English oak legs, makes this the country home inspired sofa of my dreams. I love how the classic silhouette, paired with the somewhat vintage inspired wallpaper looks when clashed with more modern and eclectic pieces such as the side tables, lamps and the mirrors.
So, the red wavy mirror is from Pooky Lights and comes in blue and white too, or at least it did before it sold out. I think, like me, many, many people had been on the hunt for a lacquered mirror such as this and had no success... Until Pooky came out with this beauty. I'd had many alerts set on eBay, Vinted and Vinterior and had searched high and low for this style of mirror for so long... SO, naturally I was thrilled to see Pooky had created a piece very similar to what I'd wanted for years and quickly snapped it up!
The tufted mirror is by Als Place, side tables from Habitat, the rug is by Ralph Lauren but I found it in Homesense a few years back. The chest of drawers are second hand from eBay, the lamp and shade is by Pooky Lights and the Harry Styles canvas was a commissioned piece by the amazing Australian artist Britty Flynn, I am completely and utterly obsessed with it and as Goldie is already a huge Harry Styles fan, I'm excited to hand it down to her one day.
And I think that's about everything, a real deep dive into my magical wardrobe room that can still double up as a spare room for when we have a house full. I am completely in love with the space and feel it really marries up with the era of our property and completely encompasses my style.
I hope you enjoyed this post and it's inspired you to go all out on your home decor. If I've forgotten to mention or link anything, please do let me know in the comments and I'll get that info over to you asap.
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