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simply color: rebekah sigfrids

by Lauren


Today’s color palette and roundup are pulled from the lovely 1930s residence of Rebekah Sigfrids in Cincinnati, Ohio. Rebekah and her design team — Aubrie Hensler, Mike Dereix and Donna Sigfrids (mom) — strived to create an “earthy femininity by balancing soft, modern furnishings with time-worn primitive finds.” Her dreamy bedroom is both simple and elegant. The neutral colors of the furniture play beautifully with the pops of pink and red found in the accessories effortlessly placed around the room. Rebekah’s condo is stunning, so be sure to check out the rest of the original sneak peek here. — Lauren

Palette
A. Anthracite (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 426; B. Gig’s Gray (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 421; C. Peachbloom (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 699; D. Basic Brown (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 479; E. Off White (Farrow & Ball), PMS 7500

Roundup
1. Tolomeo Wall Mount Lamp, $370; 2. Milky Way Votive, $6; 3. Reve Bed, $3,000; 4. Apprentice Stool, $89; 5. Miu Miu Pumps, $650; 6. Parachute Duvet Cover, $89+; 7. Marc by Marc Jacobs Bag, $398; 8. Traveler Coffee Table, $998

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