A "Sunrise Jungle" Room by Meg Braff
Meg Braff designed a very happy and very Florida room for the 2019 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Palm Beach. We were honored she used our Oliver knobs in the fabulous dressing room.
Along with 20 other designers, Meg transformed a bedroom in the Mediterranean Style house in the South of Southern neighborhood of West Palm Beach. All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of New York and South Florida.
“Sunrise Jungle” by Meg Braff
"We wanted a very warm color palette and we wanted it to feel a little old-school Florida," Braff says of her room, which she swathed in a custom colorway of one of her own fabrics, covering everything from walls to Highland House Lucite chairs down to towel trim in the bath and even an eye mask in the peppy print.
Oliver Knob in Brass and Rose Quartz
“We wanted a very warm color palette and we wanted it to feel a little old-school Florida."
"We removed the existing closet system, installed shelves, lucite and brass rods, and covered everything possible in “Canery Beau” wallpaper and fabric from my line. The old time fabric accessories make me so happy!" says Meg. She chose the Oliver hardware in brass and Rose Quartz to accent the custom dresser.
The bed is covered in custom linens from Leontine, and an adjacent closet was styled by the owner of Cabana Vintage with appropriately old-school frocks. "A lot of my favorite things are in this room," says the designer. As See in Architectural Digest.
“When I first toured the house and saw the room I was to design I immediately knew I wanted to work with warm tones and keep the look bright and airy. ”
- Designer Meg Braff
The stunning closets by The Container Store are perfect for showcasing all one’s global finds. Michelle created caftans out of her Cowtan and Tout fabric and hung them on the custom hardware hooks.
About Meg Braff
Meg is known for her exuberant take on traditional design, creating livable spaces imbued with playful glamour and a modern perspective. Her sophisticated color sense and deft eye for mixing antique and modern pieces has broad appeal, evidenced by residential commissions throughout the United States and the Caribbean. In 2011 she acquired the Philip Graf archive, and began modernizing and recoloring his playful wallpaper patterns. She also opened a shop, Meg Braff Antiques & Decoration, located in beautiful Locust Valley, NY.
Her work has been featured in House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Veranda, Coastal Living, Southern Living, and Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, among others. Her book, The Decorated Home: Living with Style and Joy, was published by Rizzoli in April 2017.