Atlanta-based interior designer, Susanna Harbin, recently redesigned her client's guest bedroom into a perfectly pink nursery for their little girl using Hockney Pink and Frida Pink. Follow along for a peek inside!
Tell us a little bit about your vision for the nursery!
We knew my client was expecting a little girl so we wanted to design a space that was bright and feminine while still providing optimum functionality for a nursery! Our priorities were to have cozy seating/lounge areas as well as gorgeous curtain panels to accentuate the high ceilings and beautiful windows.
We love how you used perfect pairs Hockney Pink and Frida Pink. What drew you to the two patterns?
When we came across the Frida Pink fabric, my client instantly knew we had to incorporate it in the nursery! It is the ideal balance of youthful yet still sophisticated. Hockney Pink was the perfect whimsy fabric to compliment the rest of our design scheme. The two work so well together!
How did you choose which curtain construction type was right for the space?
Pinch pleat has always been my go-to for window treatments! It provides an elevated, custom look and also gives your panels extra fullness.
We can't take our eyes off of the Frida Pink ottoman! For those that might not know, how much yardage is required for a small ottoman like this?
This ottoman took 4 yards to reupholster! I love a fun, printed fabric on a nursery ottoman.
What's one tip you have for tying a space together?
When it comes to working with multiple fabrics, mix large scale prints with smaller scale fabrics! Colors don't always have to be an exact match and I love tying in different textural elements when possible!
Lovin' this look? Shop the Hockney Pink Curtain, Hockney Pink Pillow, Frida Pink Fabric, and Frida Pink Pillow now!