Anthropologie Style Girls Room
Natural elements and an earthy feel are the epitome of rustic style. For this girl bedroom design, NFID created a unique and modern twist on a traditional rustic bedroom. Combining natural and earthy with fun and modern colours. Along with antique pieces with modern furniture, NFID brought together an Anthropologie style girls room.
The headboard of the bed, is undeniably the most eye-catching piece of the bedroom. This piece is made of wood sticks acting as a tall headboard. Not only does this piece provide a stunning visual of an earth element within the bedroom. But also provides a textural piece for the overall space. A contrasting more modern earth element can be further seen in the corner pawn stool. This Gus Modern Pawn Stool is made of walnut. It’s modern in shape, contrasting effectively with the natural wood stick frame of the headboard. Balancing both modern and rustic inspiration. Earth tones can also be seen on the custom made chartreuse green velvets pillows laying on the bed.
The modern pieces adding to our twist on a traditional rustic bedroom, can be seen in the final touches within the space. Bright, fun and pops of colour give this room extra pizzazz. Which can be seen on the fuchsia linen double euro pleated drapery hanging on satin chrome drapery hardware. In addition to the EQ3 teal tweed pillows and black edition Jessica Zoob painted velvet pillows. These gorgeous 20” x 12” throw pillows are from the Breathe cushion Wild Flower collection (JZC115/01). A custom teal throw was also made to increase the pop of colour to the room. Successfully contrasting with the white linen bedding and white faux throw draped at the end of the bed.
Antique pieces give this bedroom complete the rustic roots of this design. Effectively completing the Anthropologie inspired space. On the dresser, an antique teal fan brings together both the modern pop of colour and rustic inspired designs. In addition to the antique white book ends displayed next to it.
Written By: Tatiana Bacalso
Photography: Lindsay Nichols Photography