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Mood-setting Boudoir

Mood-setting Boudoir
February 2015
With Valentine’s Day on the horizon,­ Jesse Leigh Vickers of JLV Creative used pastel hues, super-soft textures, and touches of gold to conjure a mood-setting boudoir. Vintage touches are key to this look, too. “Old-world inspired pieces provide an effortlessly romantic feel,” she explains. Here are her picks for a sensual and chic space that encourages rest and relaxation




“Etta” chandelier by Louise Gaskill Company, gold gilt finish with clear Murano glass, price upon request, at JLV Creative




Textiles (left and right) by Harlequin and faux finish (center) by Michaela Jorgensen, prices vary, at JLV Creative





Antique gramophone iPod dock, $529, at Curiosity



Pastoral by Kate Long Stevenson, oil and charcoal on canvas, sold for $4,200, similar available through the artist






Antique Kerman rug, similar available from $11,000, at Fine Rugs of Charleston





“Vilas” velvet daybed, $1,898,

at Anthropologie

Tibetan lamb gold stool by Outpost Original, price upon request, at
JLV Creative



Benjamin Moore paint in “Rose Dust” and “Pink Moiré,” from $37 per gallon, at Brewers Paint Center

Jesse Leigh Vickers


Who she is: The founder and principal designer of JLV Creative, a full-service interior design and event design firm


Where you’ve seen her work: The Wedding Row blog & Yahoo! Food


About this color palette:
“Soft pink walls work well as a neutral base, plus they give everyone’s skin a flattering glow.”


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