make it yours: cortney bishop


Interior designer Cortney Bishop lives in this Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina, home with her husband, Baker, and their two children. The Bishops’ home appears incredibly comfortable and relaxing. I love the warm colors in the Scott Duce painting; it looks great paired with the classy vanity table. I’m also a huge fan of Cortney’s office. The mix of royal blue and orange is stunning, and while the patterned curtains against the wallpaper print are unexpected, they look lovely! What a beautiful and well-designed Southern home! Be sure to check out the rest of the original Sneak Peek. — Lauren

Palette 1 (Desk)
A. Trout (Pratt and Lambert), PMS 423; B. Rapids (Valspar), PMS 3115; C. Pumpkin Burst (Valspar), PMS 144; D. Empire Yellow (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 7404; E. Earth Tone (Pratt and Lambert), PMS 4635

Roundup 1 (Desk)
1. Mirrored Frames, $19+; 2. Scott Duce Painting, prices vary; 3. Ova Crocus Wallpaper, $90; 4. Pintuck Pillow, $32; 5. Gabrielle Table Lamp, $349

The second roundup and set of room images continue after the jump . . .

Palette 2 (Office)
A. Earth Tone (Pratt and Lambert), PMS 4635; B. Cloudless (Behr), PMS 2975; C. Azalea (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 7416; D. Royal Peacock (Behr), PMS Blue; E. Pumpkin Burst (Valspar), PMS 144

Roundup 2 (Office)
1. Howell Wingback, $2498; 2. Mari Fabric, prices vary; 3. Tripod Wood Floor Lamp, $249; 4. Tierney Gearon Photograph, prices vary; 5. Lacquer Tray, $29+

  1. Kelly says:

    I love the design of both rooms. The art in the first visual is stunning. I like how she mixed elegance and casual together. The colors and patterns in the second picture is beautiful and unexpected. The velvet blue chairs are to die for. Thank you for sharing : )

  2. The yellow pillow is pretty and the paintings are gorgeous!

  3. What an absolutely stunning home! I adore the painting over the desk.

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