Tour Tammy Connor’s Second-Story Bedroom and En Suite to learn more about her inspiration and sources for this beautiful space. If you enjoy this feature, subscribe to FLOWER magazine for more inspiring homes, gardens, lifestyle content, and of course, florals!
“We imagined a girl with a passion for The Secret Garden and then brought that idea to life.”-Tammy Connor
“Our starting point was a Fromental wallpaper that feels fresh and modern with flowers and trees in relief. Although we had a young girl in mind, this space will easily grow along with her and can become a guest room later.” A small bird painting by SCAD alumna Kathleen Buys hangs off-center over the LEE Industries headboard.
The olive green and dusty pink combination is a sophisticated spin on a pink-and-green palette, and we layered in antiques and materials with character that speak to a sense of longevity.”
A lacquered green desk serves as one of the bedside tables. “It’s perfect for homework or as a spot for a young girl to draw things she has seen while out playing in the garden.” The woven water hyacinth lamp is by Currey & Company.
Tammy pulled the pink from the bedroom into the bath with a lime wash paint finish in “Papillon” by Domingue. The vanity is by Kingdom Woodworks.
Holly Bryan of Holly Bryan Design not only flowered this space, but was inspired by one of the paintings and other elements in the room to create a lovely composition of leucothoe, nandina, lamb’s ears, banksia, calycina, lisianthus, Cappuccino Beige rose, rex begonia, cymbidium orchids, and asparagus fern.
Don’t miss Holly’s step-by-step instructions for making this arrangement.
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Who Did It & Where To Get It
English Accent Antiques
William Word Antiques
Alan Avery Art Company
SCAD Art Sales
Keivan Woven Arts
The Laquer Company
Currey & Company
Nancy Johnson Algire
Domingue Architectural Finishes