The Kips Bay Show House (plan your visit here!) in Palm Beach recently opened and it would seem the master bedroom by interior designer Brittany Bromley has stolen the show. Her bedroom is named “Le Jardin des Perroquets” inspired the space’s one-of-a-kind, hand-painted de Gournay (if you don’t have their book yet, you’ll love it!) wallpaper with pink parrots. A clever nod to Palm Beach’s tropical vibe, it is the first time de Gournay has ever used pink parrots in their work. Bromley seemingly thought of every last detail from the pale pink Venetian plaster ceiling by Mary Meade Evans (it resembles the inside of a seashell!) to the gingham upholstered canopy bed. Below, explore the magical space.
The classic hand-painted floors were inspired by the late, great tastemaker Bunny Mellon.
A chair covered in blue and white toile looks lovely in the traditional space.
The Swedish console table above is by Brittany Bromley Home. You can find the pretty antique opaline lamps from Brittany Bromley Home, too.
A corner banquette covered in coral pink velvet.
A detail shot featuring a lovely Fermoie lampshade.
The bed is covered in Leontine Linens. Bromley said she wanted the space to channel a “slightly relaxed elegance–like a tuxedo with the ankles rolled up for a walk in the sand!”
Hope you enjoyed this glimpse of the Show House!
The house is located on South Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach and is open until May 9, 2021.
Plan your visit here.
(Photography: Sargent Photo)