You’ve had a chance to meet Izzy Hudgins in yesterday’s post and now you have the pleasure of seeing how a piece from her latest series Gothic Romance translates into an interior space. We love the soft blush hues mixed with moody jewel tones and knew this was the perfect recipe for an intimate bedroom setting. In case you missed it, read more about what inspires Izzy here.
1. Set the mood in your private quarters with this whimsical wallpaper. The hushed plum tones are accented with hints of pale pink and moody greens to leave your accent wall looking both dark and feminine at the same time.
2. Day dream to the scenes of Gothic Romance in this delicate canopy bed by (none other than) Anthropologie. Too much drama for your romantic estate? The canopy is optional and leaves this wrought iron bed a simple and versatile addition to any space.
3. These playful silver urchin objects allow the perfect glimpse of magic inside your bookcase or on top of your favorite literary classics.
4. If you’re looking for a table lamp to last a lifetime, let us introduce you to this mercury glass table lamp. The neutral shade paired with a metallic base makes for quite possibly the most versatile object in your home. We recommend a pair on either side of your bed, or showcase one of these beauties next to a reading chair.
5. Nothing says comfort more than these luxurious velvet pillows. We chose both the coral ombre velvet pillow and this iridescent plumage pillow to pay tribute to the dreamy peacock head dresses seen in Gothic Romance.
6. The sleek lines on this brass table offers a look both old and new – a perfect combination we think is seen throughout Izzy’s photographic style.
7. We fall hard for the playful whimsy in this bertram chair. Try not to clutter objects around it and let the fabric act as a statement in your space.
8. Primitive meets posh in this jewel-toned adagir twists rug. Let your bed anchor the rug’s longest side to ground and bring the colors of your room together.
9. It’s no secret we fancy this mid-century inspired walnut dresser with brass knobs. Dress up this classic piece with a statement lamp or leaning mirror.
10. Nix the headboard and use this iron stag head as your main wall feature. Or, go eclectic and use as a woodland collage starting point above your reading nook or dresser. Either way, it’s hard to go wrong with a “beaute” like this.