Baton Rouge Showhouse: Upstairs Bedroom and Bath

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Upstairs Bedroom and Bath

DESIGN INSPIRATION

“The Porter Teleo wallpaper is reminiscent of the ink blots of a Rorschach test. It’s really bold and strong. I immediately saw butterflies, and they became the jumping-off point for the room.”

FLIGHT OF FANCY

Veronica continued to set butterflies alight in artwork, hardware, and even underfoot in the “Monarch Fire” rug from the Alexander McQueen collection for The Rug Company.

UPON REFLECTION

“My favorite vignette is the dresser from Currey & Company with a gilded snake mirror above it that I’ve had for a very long time. It captures my eye every time I walk into the room.” AnnMarie Meyers of Hummingbird Floral Studio created a vibrant arrangement that captured the wild feel of the space.

See more from AnnMarie on her website and on Instagram. And don’t miss our Q&A with AnnMarie.

SHADES OF NATURE

“Green grounds the space.” Veronica used a faux crocodile leather on the four-poster bed and added a quilted-velvet coverlet by Bella Notte. Emerald curtains by Fabricut are edged with a tape that evokes a collection of precious pebbles. “I custom-designed the nightstands—I love bringing the texture of hair-on-hide to my projects.”

FLORA AND FAUNA

“I’m drawn to the movement of the snakes and animals amid flowers in the bathroom wallpaper.” The pattern by The Vale London is juxtaposed with a crisp black-and-white stripe on the ceiling.”

“I imagined the space for a person who loves learning about creatures and insects— it’s whimsical but still sophisticated and not too childlike.”

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