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make it yours: myriam balay devidal

by Lauren


Myriam Balay Devidal and her family live in Nîmes, a city in Southern France where the sun shines 200 days a year. The apartment has high ceilings and lots of personality! I was originally drawn to this home when I noticed Myriam’s amazing eye for textile, pattern and color. The bathroom is my favorite — what beautiful tile and warm colors! And the Moroccan-style décor gives the space such a relaxing feel. I also love Myriam’s oldest daughter’s fresh and fun bedroom. The mix of prints creates a lively, young atmosphere with a perfectly unique color combination. Be sure to check out the rest of the original Sneak Peek. — Lauren

Palette 1 (Bathroom)
A. Coastal Villa (Valspar), PMS Warm Gray 5; B. Patent Yellow (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 7406; C. Fresh Nasturtium (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 158; D. Tampico (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 3258; E. Chamois (Pratt and Lambert), PMS 7501

Roundup 1 (Bathroom)
1. Koi Fish Bathmat, $58; 2. St. Helena Lavender Bath Milk, $18; 3. Mountain Peaks Bath Basket, $88; 4. Dream-in-Color Slippers, $58; 5. Perpetual Blooms Towels, $8+; 6. Woven Hamper, $125

The second color and shopping roundups continue after the jump . . .

Palette 2 (Bedroom)
A. Coastal Villa (Valspar), PMS Warm Gray 5; B. Citrus Tickle (Valspar), PMS 380; C. Cerise Delight (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 227; D. Rapids (Behr), PMS 311; E. Patent Yellow (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 7406

Roundup 2 (Bedroom)
1. Vintage Floor Lamp, $119; 2. Molletonée Garland, $31; 3. Osborne & Little Asuka Wallpaper, $65; 4. Coussin Round Pillow, $11; 5. Edredon Quilt, $84; 6. Flourish Storage Side Table, $49

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