Darling Design

Taking center stage in this lovely master suite is a darling fabric pattern recurring throughout the room’s décor. The fabric’s backdrop is a soothing, soft shade of historical blue, while a darker shade of blue forms the patterned leaves of magnolia blossoms, and a golden brass tone chimes in as the branches. Repeated on the king pillow shams, bed scarf, custom lamp shades, and window treatments, this pattern sets the ambiance as graceful and elegant, with a bit of whimsy and Southern charm. Traditional furniture with carved embellishments in an authentic French design is set off by the same soft shade of historical blue on the walls. An ornately carved mirror and art frame call out the golden tones in the lamps and fabric. The French chaise lounge features an embroidered fabric in a geometric design, repeating the blue and white. The wool rug showcases the same soft blues in a muted, washed design.

 

Interior designer: Marsha Yessick, ASID, NCIDQ, Yessick’s Design Center
Homeowners: Faye and Tom Robinson

 

floral blue curtains and a blue chair in an elegant master bedroom in chattanooga

 

Photography by Creative Revolver

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