There are few people in this world sweeter than Ashley Cooper. And when you couple all that sweetness with a killer sense of style and an insane amount of talent, well, it's no surprise that her newest project is the stuff of magic. And it's one near and dear to her heart. Peek inside her family home filled with color, personality and good vibes just like the art she creates. Plus, stay tuned for the second half and maybe our favorite, coming on Monday!
From Ashley...When we built our home last year I knew the vision I wanted for the final look, colors and finishes. I also knew that meant updating some of our current decor and furnishings to complement that style. I’m going to walk you through how I narrowed down my new decor style, shopped a variety of brands while keeping a budget in mind.
Defining your design style can be hard if you’re like me and a lover of a variety of looks. I started by going crazy on Pinterest, pinning all of my favorite interior spaces. Very quickly I was able to determine my preferred style and colors. I wanted each room in our home to be a bit specific in theme, so I created individual room mood boards to help me visually see and keep with the desired final look for each space.
Article: Leather Chairs | Bed Bath & Beyond: Curtain Rod, Pom Pom Pillow, Throw, Vase | Framebridge: Layfette Frame | Goodwood: Reclaimed Mantle | Hayneedle: Entry Table, Basket | Jonathan Adler: White Bowl, Gold Bowl | Joss and Main: Sofa, Rug, Coffee Table, Fireplace Screen | La Lueur: Candle | Lamps Plus: Floor Lamp | Mathis Brothers: Bar Cart | Select Blinds: Wooden Blinds | Tonic Living: Grey Throw, Pebble, Constance & Eldon Striped Pillows | Ashley Cooper Design: Artwork
With my mood boards close I began searching online for the furnishings and accessories I wanted to update. With so many shopping sites to choose from it can be overwhelming, but if you have your look already defined it is easier to navigate. I searched a variety of brands, price points, and product options and focused only on the items that fit my new style.
I wanted to stick with a very specific budget for each space. I choose one invest piece per room that was my big ticket money item. I referenced my mood board constantly if I needed to scale down on a product's price, while still achieve the same overall product look. Each room ended up being cozy and on point with how I had hoped it would come together.
Bed Bath & Beyond: Curtains, Curtain Rod | Bellacor’s own brand Mill & Mason: Ceiling Light | Hayneedle: Basket | Horacio Printing: Heavenly Planner | Jonathan Adler: Gold Bowl | Land of Nod: White Shelf | Lamps Plus: White Lamps, Lamp Shades | La Lueur: Candle | Mathis Brothers: Desk, Office Chair, Sitting Chairs, Chests | Select Blinds: Wooden Blinds | Ashley Cooper Design: Canvas & Framed Artwork