|Interior Design by Tricia Foley. Photo source here.|
There is a guest room in my house with two twin beds like these that could use some help. The room doesn't get much use (it seems silly to refer to it as a guest room), but I do feel bad that it's not outfitted to its full potential. This bedroom in Tricia Foley's country home looks so comfortable. I'm already playing with gray paint and looking for striped sheets. My home is in the city, but it's a modest house built in 1865 that from the inside looks more country than city. When I did some research, I learned that the house was originally home to a machinist (you've probably already guessed that I don't live in Beacon Hill). I'm trying to embrace its humble roots, but sometimes long for a slick city space.
Everybody is going gray these days, it seems. Is it here to stay or a passing fad? Note that the paint color in this room is Cape May Cobblestone by Benjamin Moore.
For more from Tricia Foley, visit one of her blogs linked below (The New General Store is Tricia's online store) . Reading her blogs is a peaceful visit to the country.