Color Story: Licorice, Blush and Jade

I’ve been obsessed with Tobi Fairley a long time ago. I simply love every room she designs and I must say her latest featured work has me smitten.

Tobi was part of this years Holiday House in NYC.Holiday house is a showhouse where the proceeds go to Breast Cancer research. Each room is designed by a different designer and they are each given a holiday theme to decorate around. Tobi’s theme was Spring Forward and I must say I love her take on Springtime.

When you think Spring the first colors that typically comes to mind in probably pastels. Tobi updated this color story by going bold with a mainly white and black space and then add the typical pastel hues in an updated form with a stunning blush/coral shade and pops of jade. It’s truly stunning.

Check it out:

Beautiful, right? I don’t think I can even pinpoint a favorite part, because I adore all of it.

Bravo Tobi!

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7 Responses to Color Story: Licorice, Blush and Jade

  1. Tobi freaking rocked this room to the max. I am in love with the wallpaper and every single accouterment.

  2. Tippi says:

    This is fabulous! I just checked out her home tour video you posted a while back. I really love her style.

  3. I am IN LOVE with that table and those jade lamps. Seriously. They’re perfect. That whole space is really amazing.

  4. Love the wallpaper + pops of coral/pink! Stunning!

  5. I think Tobi did a fantastic job!! Thanks for sharing the details. I love the art and the faux boise fabric! xo

  6. Wendy says:

    I love the graphic black and white with the touches of pink. It is simply incredible. I think everything Tobi touches is amazing!

  7. Katana says:

    That house is the sweetest!! I love it.

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