By Lynsey Eaton | Photography by Danielle Sabol
Our guest room is finished. FINALLY.
Well, mostly finished. We broke the frame on a piece of art we are hanging by the side chair during installation so we’ve still got that one piece to be officially done. But still…
I have to admit, I am more than thrilled at the way this one turned out. Everything in here is essentially new – from the furniture and art down to the Peacock Alley linens.
When I started imagining what this room would look like, I had a pretty good indicator of where I wanted to go after my visit to Peacock Alley many months ago. So much so, I created the entire room around the linens we used on the bed – layered, textured and oh so chic. You can read all about the specific pieces of bedding we selected for the room and why here.
But when it came to furniture, this was a bonus room we had in our new house that we didn’t have in our old one. So we basically had to start from scratch. I searched long and hard for different options, but once I discovered The Mine and the endless options there, I sort of fell down a rabbit hole and ended up getting 90% of the furniture there. They had everything so it made the whole process easy.
A few things to highlight that I am obsessed with:
- The Peacock Alley linen cuff sheets are the perfect blend of elegance and comfort. They feel homey but luxurious at the same time, which I love. It seems so silly to geek out over a sheet, but I can’t help it. They are perfect in every way.
- Every time I show someone a picture of this room or they actually take a tour of the house and see it, the very first question, without fail, is where we got the rug. Every. Single. Time.
- My husband’s favorite thing in this room is definitely the throw blanket we snagged from Peacock Alley. How do I know? Considering I constantly find it in other rooms where he’s used it to nap or watch TV, it was not hard to figure out.
- Finally, I am obsessed with the oversized vase by Jamie Young on the side table. I love how it sort of dominates that side of the bed in a very welcoming way. We don’t fill it all the way and always put more greenery than florals in it, and it looks so effortless.
When I started imagining what this room would look like, I had a pretty good indicator of where I wanted to go after my visit to Peacock Alley many months ago.
In the post:
bed: Universal Furniture via The Mine | sheets: Peacock Alley | cream blanket: Peacock Alley | linen blanket and shams: Peacock Alley | blush duvet cover and shams: Peacock Alley | throw blanket: Peacock Alley | throw pillows: Peacock Alley | side tables: Safavieh via The Mine | sconces: ELK Lighting | rug: Abacasa via The Mine | side chair: Jamie Young via The Mine | drapes: Restoration Hardware | garden stool: Oriental Furniture via The Mine | picture frame: Kendra Scott | vase: Jamie Young via The Mine