simply color: juliet totten


Juliet Totten from Poppies and Posies lives in New York City along with her sister, Ellen. Juliet is a collector, and many of her favorite objects come from her grandparents. When she was little, Juliet’s family lived in Syria, which explains the gorgeous textiles around her apartment. The eclectic décor in her room is brilliantly pulled together with a soft color palette and beautiful white-brick walls. The space looks so refreshing and comfortable! — Lauren

Palette
A. Simple Blue (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 658; B. Sandstone Cliff (Behr), PMS Warm Gray 2; C. Summer Sigh (Valspar), PMS 344; D. Peach Encounter (Valspar), PMS 155; E. Autumn Arrival (Behr), PMS 163

Roundup
1. Weathered Wood Hanging Strand, $19; 2. Ikat Insignia Pillow, $68; 3. Wilma Bench by Donna Wilson, $875; 4. Petite Pinched Vase, $14; 5. CoCo Cabana Chair, $189; 6. Australian Merino Sheep Skin Rug, $60; 7. Holga 35mm Camera, $48; 8. Airplants Grab Bag, $14

  1. Love the casually romantic sheer canopy! looks like the perfect place for an afternoon nap.

  2. Angela says:

    Love that colour scheme, it’s just so fresh and relaxing.

  3. Kait says:

    It’s so cool that you did this, because I just ordered Judy’s Woody Allen Print and I’m waiting for it to arrive!

  4. lawn party says:

    love everything about this room. i want to live here.

  5. Justina says:

    Great palate! Love the light Ikats and the airplants, and the sweet driftwood mobile!

  6. Avril says:

    Beautiful, soothing colors. I love that there’s always a neutral to ground the others. You must have been feeling our February (cold) blues!

  7. Oh! so airy and soft and quirky! I love everything about it. Particularly that octopus pillow! anyone know where that little gem comes from?

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