We’re crazy about the bold patterns and color used in this teen girl’s newly redesigned bedroom. Little Rock designer Tobi Fairley appreciates the value of allowing children to have input in their spaces. She used a floral pattern by Rubie Green Textiles throughout this lucky teen’s pink-and-black bedroom. Fairley also chose FLOR tiles over wall-to-wall carpet. It adds a graphic element, while also allowing the homeowners the ease of replacing them one by one as needed. “Kids are hard on bedding, so this is not the place to splurge,” says Fairley, who sourced easy-to-find brands such as Pottery Barn Kids to outfit the bedrooms. Go shopping with us! Read the full story online here or find a copy of the August issue on newsstands now.
We’re brightening up your Monday morning with this graphic black-and-white, aqua and coral poolside cabana designed by Tobi Fairley. “We took color cues from the interior of this Fayetteville home, which is done in layers of aqua, light blue and steel grays and accented with orange tones from pumpkin to cinnamon,” says Fairley. Black-and-white stripes on the ceiling highlight the structure’s angles, and give it the feeling of an extra chic poolside hut. The pendants ordered from Restoration Hardware were given a custom aqua paint job to tie them into the color scheme. Banquette seating and custom Parsons chairs offer plenty of seating for extended family and guests. Find all the images and read the full story online in the March “Outdoor Living” issue here.
Five years after the completion of the interior design work in a Northwest Arkansas home, designer Tobi Fairley returned to bring her signature bold and tailored style to the outdoor spaces. Inspired by the chic, boutique hotel pools the homeowners have visited around the world, she envisioned classic black-and-white stripes alongside more subdued elements that complement the interior of the home. “Their style—and mine—unites very clean furniture lines and tailoring with dynamic and bold uses of texture, pattern and color,” says Fairley. You don’t want to miss this bold and colorful feature! Read the full story online in the March “Outdoor Living” issue here or find a copy on newsstands.