Not only is this room absolutely beautiful, it couldn’t fulfill a more important need. Mabley Handler Interior Design created the beachy space for the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island, a not-for-profit organization that provides shelter to families with children receiving care in area hospitals. Unlike showhouses, this one remains intact and families will actually be using it. Which is exactly why Mabley Handler updated the room with a relaxing vibe, one that might possibly lighten the spirits of those staying in it. They did an incredible job I think!
The designers worked with several of my favorites to create the space, including Serena & Lily who donated many of the furnishings, lighting and accessories. (The headboards are amazing!) The Phillip Jeffries grasscloth on the walls is stunning too. And guess what? It’s actually vinyl so it’s super durable! Love the aqua color with the hot pink pillows from Michelle Hatch! The coastal artwork from Karen Robertson is gorgeous too! (If you have questions about any other sources, just ask!)
Below is the design rendering of the room…it’s cool seeing the concept to the real thing!