The symptoms: a washed-out palette and a down-and-out vibe. The Rx: a little reconstructive surgery, followed by a heavy dose of wallpaper, fabric, and paint
Photographer Dominique Vorillon; Stylist Heather Chadduck
Phoebe notes that working with a restricted palette also means the sky’s the limit when it comes to pattern. “Using one color family makes it easier to mix bold geometrics with classic stripes and feminine florals―which is good for me because I don’t like to choose just one,” she says.