Holy cow, thank you for all of your support on my ORC room. Makes the 6 week mania all the more worthwhile. To see the entire evolution of the room from beginning to end, click the following links below:
WEEK 1: Plan & Inspiration
WEEK 2: Progress Report – Floors
WEEK 3: Electricity
WEEK 4: Upholstery
WEEK 5: Paint & Wallpaper
WEEK 6: The Reveal
Before I get to the sources, let's talk tablecloth. THE. TABLECLOTH. Be still my beating maximal heart. This fabric kicked off my entire color scheme for the kitchen and I was seriously bummed when I found out it would not be completed in time for the reveal. But it was oh so worth the wait. I could not love it any more if I tried.
chairs - IKEA | pillows - custom | candles - Caspari | tablecloth - custom | tablecloth fabric - (no markings) Fabric Shack
rug - Ohio Valley Antiques | pendant - Ballard Designs | chandelier - Ohio Valley Antiques | blue and white porcelain - my own collection | butcher block island - handmade by my in-laws | pagoda mirror - Treasure Barn | wallpaper - Scalamandre Parapluie | floor stain - Zar wood stain in Walnut | wall paint - Sherwin-Williams Emerald paint in Great Green SW 6430 | cabinet and trim paint - Sherwin-Williams ProClassic Interior Acrylic Latex paint in white
Seriously. I was so smitten when I picked it up from my seamstress that I briefly considered ditching the whole tablecloth idea in favor of wearing it like a caftan, in a gloriously insane Scarlett O’Hara meets Auntie Mame kinda way. It checks every box for me. Chintz – check. Chinoiserie – check. Bright colors – check. Vibrant pattern play – check. Dressmaker details – check. My incredibly talented seamstress turned my vision into reality. I came to her with gobs of fabric and an idea of a floor length skirt including Greek key trim and a contrast welt to ground the pattern. She, in turn, worked her magic and created a stunning masterpiece. The pleating alone quickens my pulse. Soooo worth the wait.
monogram napkins - Celerie & South | brass rhino napkin holders - vintage | china - vintage Alfred Meakin Pastoral, Spode Pink Tower, and Johnson Bros from my mother's collection | silver - vintage german silver from my husband's grandmother | etched glass - vintage from my mother
sconces - Lamps Plus | leopard prints - The Pink Pagoda | rattan chair frame - Ficks Reed | cushions & pillows - custom
nude painting - vintage | acrylic pedestal - Pedigree Consignments | ginger jar - vintage
marble backsplash - Ventano marble tiles from Lowes | oil painting - vintage
A huge congratulations to my fellow participants for creating such amazing spaces and living to tell the ORC tale! The caliber of work this round was crazy good. Bravo!
A special thank you to the following sponsors and supporters of Chez V and The One Room Challenge that are graciously providing items to help me bring my vision for this room to life:
All photos and styling by Emily Vanderputten
kisses, mrs. V