Anyway, I'm so schizo/ADD when it comes to decorating my home. I love bright bold colors, but I find that I also get tired of them and want to paint everything white. I have a constant identity crisis when I look at interiors. Am I a wild fun color girl who likes to party or am I a quiet soft neutral lady who likes to relax? Really, I'm a little of both. I don't think I'll ever have a home in which every room is the same color palette. (For instance, this home I featured way back when Belclaire House was a wee tiny baby. I love it, but God forbid your child comes home with an ugly red textbook that clashes with the home). I admire people who can live like that. They are probably very organized and have a lot of self-control. I am neither.
So I was really excited when I saw this article detailing Lindsey Coral Harper's fun colorful updates to a 1940s home in Charlotte, NC. I was particularly struck by the contrast between the master bedroom and the guest rooms. Guest rooms are good rooms to go bold and fun in because you don't spend a lot of time in them. Ok enough talk. Good talk though.