Oh Black Arrow… you spoil us!
Not one but THREE looks with our Piper bedhead in the softest nude leather.
Part One of the blog took you through our exciting collaboration with Sydney interior styling studio Black Arrow and Jessi and Sarah’s thoughts behind their Tribal scheme
And now we’re thrilled to reveal Coastal and Fun!
There is a Piper bedhead look for everyone and, for the first time, we have this exact bedhead available to you online with flat rate shipping and PayPal all ready to go.
Jessi explains, “This scheme is all about texture. Whilst the Tribal look is more about pattern and the Fun look is more about colour, the coastal look is definitely about neutrals that are rich in texture… Everything from the natural throw to the shells, to the macrame wall hanging and the jute rug.
“We wanted to create a very relaxing and neutral scheme that would appeal to many coastal lovers!
The only accent colour used in this scheme is indigo blue, making the beautiful nude hue of the Piper bedhead a real feature in itself.”
Coastal Scheme – Suppliers
Black Arrow are kind enough to share with us all of their supplier info for this look!
“This time we wanted to create a feminine and fun scheme to really show off the versatility of the Piper,” says Jessi.
“Whilst it is definitely suitable for a master bedroom, is can also work beautifully in a younger, more playful bedroom too.
The pops of pastel colour create a fun scheme that contrasts nicely with the other two looks which are more monochromatic and neutral.
Pastel mint greens and blush pinks make up the basis for this colour palette. We love how the blush pink linen works back with the nude leather of the bedhead.”
Fun Scheme – Suppliers
- Linen: Cultiver
- Artwork: Middle of Nowhere
- Juju Hat: Black Arrow (online store coming soon!)
- Stripe Cushion: Arro Home
- Rug: Arro Home
- Bedside Table: IKEA
- Raffia Cushion: Pottery Barn
- Mint Cushion: Freedom
- Throw: Cotton On Home
We have a treat for you now with a video of Jessi and Sarah styling the bedhead in the three different schemes. Jessi’s partner wrote the music especially for the video which actually gives us goosebumps…
Which is your favourite?! We’d love to know!