Room Envy: How an Atlanta interior designer created an “elevated, grown-up” pink bedroom

Room Envy

Photograph by Marc Mauldin

A contact of pink on the bolster pillow and in the portray previously mentioned her bed encouraged inside designer Courtney Moss to wrap her bed room in rosy tones. “The most important challenge was picking a shade that’s advanced versus girly,” she says. “I wished an elevated, grown-up variation of the colour.”

And the winner is
“Paris Romance” by Benjamin Moore, a fitting title because Moss sells French antiques at Interiors Sector on Bennett Street and has products from Paris during her Buckhead apartment.

Bed 101
A canopy-design and style mattress from Atlanta-dependent Frontgate fills the home with exquisite lines. White mattress linens from Peachtree Fight boutique Gramercy are accented by the personalized bolster pillow.

Art consciousness
“If I like a piece of artwork, I’ll invest in it and figure out in which to place it later,” claims Moss. She’s drawn to abstracts as a distinction to conventional home furnishings. There’s a Renee Bouchon piece earlier mentioned the bed, a massive neutral portray from Camille Fox on the wall, and a lesser just one earlier mentioned it by Kelley Ogburn.

Superior/minimal
Moss browses flea markets for a person-of-a-variety products and specifically enjoys Scott Antique Marketplaces, where by she picked up the aspect lamps and bench for a steal, then re-covered the bench in a deep pink velvet.

Handmade rods
Moss likes to assistance regional artists and experienced her curtain rods created by Christopher Wynne Jr., whom she found on Instagram.

Designer Tip: Select a secondary color in a rug, pillow, or artwork to use as wall paint, the designer recommends—which provides a a lot more layered look than white partitions.

This report seems in our June 2022 challenge.