Friday, November 29, 2013

A Few Cottage Bedroom on the tour....






a fun bedroom from Castle in the Sand cottage.
It was featured in Better homes and Gardens magazine and Color made Easy 
Here is Peckenpau on the dog bed in Paws and Paddles cottage( the perfect cottage for this fund raiser)


a bedroom with a Jane Coslick custom shutter headboard painted BEACH HOUSE BLUEwww.janecoslickcottagecollection.com
If you cant come on the Jane Coslick Cottage Holiday Tour for the Humane Society here are a few more bedrooms for you. If you are thinking of coming here are a few bedrooms to encourage you to come. In real life these rooms are happy,fun and fluffy.......
And speaking of fluffing....
We did decided to do something a bit different and challenging this year. I am taking a space that I did not design at the Blue Bird Inn (which the president of the Humane Society owns)  and with NO budget...my assistants and I are going to try and create Happy Colors and happy spaces ..in three days!!!!
What can we do? ....We will have before and after photos of this wonderful place. It has an amazing view of Horse pen Creek.( my wheels are turning)
Here are a few more bedrooms from some of the 10 historic cottages ...

Happy Colors!


a wonderful bright bunk room
this is actually a Murphy bed.. that disappears into the wall

old shutters new life...

Peck wanted me to remind you how important the work of the Humane Society is to the animals..He said  it saved his life!!!
Bow wow and meow...  We will have so much fun on Tybee Dec 7th
..www.tybeefun.com

5 comments:

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Pure magic. For the folks. For the animals <3

MelO said...

O my goodness!! Where have you been all my blogging life!? I have just discovered you, and you are the first blog whereby I have loved every single post of yours! So happy!! :)

Jane Coslick said...

Thanks so much...that makes my day.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I love these. So colorful and cute.

Jane, where did you find that flag fabric? I love it!

kayandlab said...

What good bedroom designs! I especially love the bunk bed for kids! Having curtains on both levels is really clever! We're about to remodel our bedroom and seeing all that colour made me hooked a little. I would be worried that a bedroom with orange walls would make it harder to fall asleep. Do you have any experience with that? I found an article covering the bedroom topic throughout fully and it said that your walls should be kept neutral...What do you thing guys? Thank you loads, Kay