For the second part of my West Village E-Deesign reveal (living room and dinette here), we are going to take a tour of the bedroom and the very popular entryway (thank you Instagram family!).

When choosing the design scheme for Lindsay’s bedroom, I just KNEW that I wanted to paint the walls navy blue. She was a bit reluctant at first, but after visiting a Pottery Barn and stumbling upon a vignette painted in the hue, she was moved to the dark side!

We chose Benjamin Moore Old Navy.

There’s just something about navy in the bedroom that’s so classic and calming!

Lindsay had custom built-ins made to compensate for the one pre-war oddity of a closet available to her, and I have to admit I’m a bit envious!

Her bed and linens came from her previous apartment. We popped in some coral and navy pillows, and scored the night stands from Target.

My favorite pieces in the room? The Alba sconces from Urban Outfitters (gorgeous in person… price point is perfection!).

Lindsay found the coral vintage sawhorse at a flea market (high fives all around!), and final touches included the sheepskin rug and ginger jar prints.

The entryway was actually the first space we began to tackle together. After a few rounds of wallpaper swatches, Lindsay went with this graphic Anna Spiro print that makes a BIG, beautiful statement as soon as you open the door.

I scored the West Elm console on sale… and I’m pretty sure it was just about to sell out, because they disappeared COMPLETELY a few days subsequently.

Photo by Jenny J Norris

The mirror is from Bungalow 5, and is actually one of the first items Lindsay had set her sights on. I love how well it plays with both the geometry of the console and the wallpaper.

I wanted a chinoiserie umbrella stand to tie in with the ginger jar prints from the living room and bedroom. It’s a superb example of how well you can mix patterns when you keep them in the same color family!

The before shot…

And the after!

Lindsay spotted the chandelier in a showroom and I couldn’t have been happier. It’s a very small foyer, so the acrylic shade keeps things airy and elegant, but still very much glam.

The runner is from Lulu & Georgia. I picked it for its traditional pattern, but in a neutral color palette so that it didn’t compete with the rest of the decor.

I’m headed back to New York in August, and I’ve already secured an invite for a coffee date at this favorite pad of mine (and brunch in The Village, of course).

A final shout out to Lindsay for her all-around awesomeness, and to Jenny J. Norris for the gorgeous photography!

I’ve included the source list below. Some items are sold out, so I’ve researched some alternate (classic and affordable) options for you!

If you have any questions… please feel free to ask… and if you’d like to work with me on your own E-Deesign project, click the attached link to get started!

Download E-Deesign Project Planner

1. Sconces, alternate option here | 2. Nightstands, alternate option here | 3. Throw | 4. Throw Pillow | 5. Vase | 6. Ginger Jar Prints, here and here | 7. Headboard | 8. Sheepskin, similar here | 9. Benjamin Moore Old Navy Paint | 10. Chandelier | 11. Mirror | 12. Runner | 13. Umbrella Stand | 14. Calendar | 15. Odds and Ends Tray