North Carolina-based interior design firm Murphy Waldron Interiors showcased a lovely front-of-house bedroom at the Brooklyn Heights Association’s Fall 2019 Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse.
Designer Dana Murphy Waldron created a relaxing escape, filled with natural light and glorious neutrals in textiles, wall coverings, and color palette.
This bedroom design mixes contemporary home designs with touches of 19th century European influence – which is directly influenced by the show home’s beautiful 1820s historical building location.
“I wanted to design a space appropriate for that time period, with a floral theme reminiscent of a secret garden,” Waldron told Architectural Digest PRO about the inspiration.
The designer worked with an eclectic variety of brands, artists, and vendors to outfit the space and add modern luxuries to the classic room.
This list includes Material Lust, The Shade Store, Newel, Holland & Sherry Interiors, De La Vega Designs, Celine Cannon Studio, Cristina Grajales International Design and Contemporary Art Gallery, cityFoundry, FJ Hakimian NYC Rug Gallery, and more.
This year’s inspiring Brooklyn Heights Association fundraising showhouse on Pineapple Street will only be on display to the public through November 3.
If you live in the area or you’re visiting New York soon, be sure to grab your tickets now and stop by to see Murphy Waldron Interiors’ latest creation in person.
Can’t make it in person? Don’t miss out on a single detail of the showcase!
Make sure to stay tuned for more of House Tipster Industry’s coverage of the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, coming soon to our website.