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sneak peek: elana of rosebud design

by anne

today’s sneak peek comes to us from the lovely elana iaciofano, graphic designer / artist / founder of rosebud design in middletown, nj. i’m loving the calm serenity of her bedroom and the bold pops of pink that keep popping up around all the rooms, not to mention those fantastic tins. thanks so much to elana for sharing, and be sure to click here to check out more, full-sized images images of her home. (p.s. you can find her on etsy here). –anne

[Above: The bedroom is a bit more muted in color. The walls are a soft green, and the rug is a Madeline Weinrib that I found at an ABC Carpet & Home sample sale. I picked up the coral color in the rug with the pillows on the bed. ]

The rocking chair is older than I am, and the collage above the rocker is one of mine.
Vanity [click here to see inside] and nightstand. The nightstand has a collection of little things like bowls and notebooks. I can’t have enough of either of these things. The painting is by Melissa Moss.

Antique chest with mini shelf/display case. I like arranging bunches of random things: flowers, sea shells, antique keys…office_02.jpg
This is my lovely Gypsy Pink (Benjamin Moore Paints) home office. Even though I design my own stationery line, I have a lot of other people’s stationery lying around, either as decoration, or just because I like it. Snow & Graham, L|2, and Hello Lucky are some examples.

Next to the library, I covered a door in cork placemats from West Elm to use as my inspiration board.

Tea shelf: I drink a lot of tea. I got these colorful tea tins from the Pearl River Mart in SoHo.

This is my little outdoor eat/work/relax area. You can see the house in the background in the first shot. There’s a lot of green outside in the spring and summer, which I love.

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