Photo courtesy Christina Murphy Interiors
I love so many of the spaces imagined by fab interior designer Christina Murphy! In the last month or two, I’ve returned to her site again and again for inspiration and ideas to bring to you.
Here is another. A cute study in a NYC apartment. Love this small space. It looks comfy, functional and stylish. The color combination of pink brown and white works really well too. A design trifecta!
Anyhooo, so now that I’ve admired and obsessed over Christina’s work…now it is time to imitate it (highest form of flattery right?). That brings us to today’s DESIGNER ROOM RECREATE!
Crate and Barrel – Trace Sofa – $1,499 (A boxy chocolate brown sofa with white contrast piping) (above)
Elson & Company – Oscar de la Renta Dhurrie Collection $80-$100 per square foot (Indian flat weave dhurries are hand-made from New Zealand wool)(above)
West Elm – Parsons Cube Side Table – $149 (Sqare white lacquer table. Wood construction. 18″ x 18″x18″) (above)
Pieces Inc. – Floral Pillow – $350 (Linen. Chocolate and natural linen colored pillow)(above)
Structube – Console table A-TRAIN – $299 (Small trestle style desk. Oak veneer and tempered glass construction) (above)
Tiffany & Co – Rectangular Frame – $355 (Classic sterling silver picture frame. 4″ x 6″) (above)
Jonathan Adler – Meurice Square Table Lamp – $325 (Polished nickel, linen shade, full range dimmer) (above)
William Sonoma Home – Carter Club Chair – $1350-$2450 (Price depends on grade of fabric. Armchair with slim arms, tapered legs, solid maple legs stained ebony, nailhead trim in either polished nickel or antique brass)(above)
Madeline Weinrib Atelier – Zig Zag Brown (available in 20″ x 28″, 24″ x 24″, 36″ x 36″) (above)
Urban Home – Shiraz Natural Silk Down Pillow – $39 (Silk removable pillow cover, filled with Goose down) (above)
Pottery Barn – Ribbon Border Roman Shade – on sale $87; regular $109 (for 36″x64″. Several sizes available. Window shade has wide grosgrain ribbon trim)(above)
Hope you have a great weekend. Will be back here on Sunday with more!
P.S. Once again, thank you to COCOCOZY intern Spardha T. for some fabulous research! Loving my summer interns (who I hope become my winter interns…hint…hint).