A tranquil sleeping space, surrounded by delicate fern-print fabric and botanical prints, offers an inviting respite from a hectic day.
A nightstand holds a collection of curios, including succulents and a painted wood frame that displays a photo of the family pooch.
A decorative farm figure serves as a subtle nod to the pastoral setting that surrounds Blog Cabin.
The fern-print fabric, infused with a hint of pale blue, informed the room’s color palette. Throw pillows pop against a backdrop of Matelasse shams and covers.
A bouquet of delicate flowers and green berries counters a primitive candle lantern displayed on a nightstand near the bed.
A casual and cozy reading nook in the corner of the room draws the eye. Softened by a chenille throw and linen pillows, the leather chair is as inviting as its surroundings.
Continuing an ongoing nature theme that extends throughout the cabin, two cast-resin candleholders add a whimsical twist.
Recessed lights shine a spotlight on two reproduction prints, Catsby Biltmore Botanicals with Mauve, framed by Brooks & Black of Atlanta.
Portrait of Royal King Oak, a reproduction botanical print, serves as the room's focal point. Windows are dressed in matchstick blinds and topped with decorative swags custom sewn from fern-print fabric.
Fine artist Joycelyn Hairston, provided with the room's color palette and fabrics, painted an original acrylic art piece for the space.
An heirloom-quality, four-poster bed grounds the bright and airy space. Decorative iron hooks, which mirror the shape of the bed posts, replace traditional curtain rods.