Shop the Look: Inside the Latest Project by Amber Interiors

Shop the Look: Inside the Laster Project by Amber Interiors — on @SavvyHome

 “Most of the time I prefer to use neutral-based larger pieces, I feel like it helps to keep a calming vibe throughout the house” —Amber Lewis

Shop the Look: Inside the Laster Project by Amber Interiors — on @SavvyHome

Shop the Look: Inside the Laster Project by Amber Interiors — on @SavvyHome

Shop the Look: Inside the Laster Project by Amber Interiors — on @SavvyHome

Shop the Look: Inside the Laster Project by Amber Interiors — on @SavvyHome

Shop the Look: Inside the Laster Project by Amber Interiors — on @SavvyHome

Amber Lewis did it again. Her latest project involved a nursery for a growing family, a master bathroom remodel and as always, a lot of vintage exotic textiles fearlessly mixed together. Lewis says she can layer many eclectic textiles as long as the larger pieces are kept neutral. It helps the house feel collected but not over decorated. The main showstopper is the bathroom, finished with handmade moroccan tiles, white marble accents, sconces from Schoolhouse Electric, a black lacquered double vanity and a vintage Persian rug, which also ties in nicely with the breezy nursery.

Amber’s signature look: industrial lighting, built-in bookcases, bamboo roman shades,white upholstered pieces in mid-century shapes, breakfast nooks, lots of natural textures, indigo batik textiles mixed with vintage chinese embroidery, persian rugs and African mud cloth textiles. The result: a low-maintenance family friendly home with a distinctive boho flair.

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Indigo Mud Cloth Pillow | Dash Dot Indigo Pillow | Vintage Chinese Embroidery Pillow | Antique Persian Runner | Peruvian Blanket | DwellStudio Mid-Century French White CribWolf Pup PrintPeter Dunham Armchair | Aerin Charlton Floor Lamp

See the whole house on Domaine. Interior design by Amber Interiors. Photo by Tessa Neustadt.