One of the most distinctive choices Dréa made was to frame floral wallpaper panels in molding to serve as an imaginative wainscot on the lower half of the walls. “It’s more understated than a whole room of wallpaper, and the panels are easy to change out if I want to,” she notes. She painted the room a warm white that gets creamier in the afternoon, with a light camel brown on the ceiling that ups the coziness factor.
For furniture, Dréa chose DWR pieces in light oak united by subtle curves. From the arched Pasture Bed with airy spindles to Miro Dressers with rounded edges to indoor-outdoor Petal Tables beside the bed, the curves provide cohesiveness. The handwoven Møller Bench, subtly striped neutral curtains, and the tonal Terre Rug weave in additional warmth and texture. The end result, says Dréa, is “soothing enough to help me wind down at night and engaging enough that I love being in the space and seeing all the design elements. It feels like we have a whole new bedroom.”
Below left: Dréa's bedroom, before. Above: The finished bedroom.