Big vs. Small – Hotel Pop

Modern geometric patterns mix with florals and gilded details in this fresh and updated seating area. Teal, gold, fuchsia and yellow mix to create this lively palette. Moments of solid white allow for the eye to rest and creates a nice balance to all the color and pattern.



Using this lovely space as my inspiration, here’s how I’d put together a girl’s room. Lots of white to balance punches of pink, and just enough pattern to keep it interesting.

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By Sarah Culbertson

Once upon a time a fashion plate from Seattle met a childrens retailer from Chicago, and it was love at first sight.  After spending a lot of time together at the mall, they both knew it was a perfect match. So Sarah packed up her fabulous Kate Spade suitcase and headed for the Windy City. Where they lived happily ever after, designing and developing textiles for little kiddos everywhere.  


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