A small bedroom that’s big on style is ready for visits from children or grandchildren, or for an afternoon nap. Homeowner Margot Shaw, founder and editor-in-chief of Flower magazine, and interior designer Mary Evelyn McKee were searching for the perfect fabric when they both clicked on the same one at the exact same time.
“It was serendipitous and ideal for the space,” says Margot. With touches of teal, the dragonfly print ties in with the rest of the home. Instead of using the lighter Baffin Island paint for the walls, the choice was made to go bold, using the darker Devonshire Green, imparting a cocooning effect. For a full room tour, watch the video above.
- Candler bed from the Suzanne Kasler Collection by Hickory Chair, in Azure fabric (used on headboard, sham, bedskirt, and bedspread) by Clarke & Clarke through Kravet
- Isabella bedside table from the Winterthur Estate Collection by Hickory Chair
- Custom monogrammed bolsters and French pillowcases by Leontine Linens
- Art, Field of Wildflowers by Nan Cunningham from Beverly McNeil Gallery
- Basket swing-arm sconce and Boanna table lamp, both by Currey & Company
- Vintage Moroccan Azilal rug from Paige Albright Orientals
- Walls in Devonshire Green by Benjamin Moore
Produced and Styled by Amanda Smith Fowler | Text by Alice Welsh Doyle | Photography by David Hillegas | Floral Design by Suzanne Graves of Wildflower Designs