If you were to ask Annelise Peterson, director of client relations at Net-A-Porter, to describe her style, she would say minimal. However, her pink-on-pink bedroom tells a different story. When Peterson called on Jesse Carrier of the interior design firm Carrier and Company to renovate a walk-in closet, the minimalist got carried away. The project snowballed into a full-on bedroom makeover inspired by the years Peterson spent in France as a child. “It’s a love letter to that period of my life,” she says. “This room swept me off my feet.”
The lamp bases are from Restoration Hardware, and the shades are custom-made by Dekar. The chests used as side tables are vintage mid-century finds by interior designer Jesse Carrier.
Peterson found the mirrors at a church sale the year she graduated from college. “I’ve always loved them, and told Jesse, ‘You have to work these in, too,’” she says.