Bloomingdale's is hosting a design contest between three interior designers in the windows of its flagship store in NYC, and so in Part I I began to show you how to recreate this gorgeous room designed by Eddie Ross. There are a few more fabulous furnishings needed to get the look, and I've got the lowdown on where you can pick them up. To see them, read more.
I think the orange artwork is really the pièce de résistance of this space. It pulls all the colors in the room together, and the large scale makes it a focal point on top of all the other smaller patterns. The piece is called Cirsk #1 by artist Campbell Laird, and you can have one printed on paper or canvas in a range of sizes from Artaissance ($119 and up).
The cranberry-colored glasses on the coffee table are from the William Yeoward Crystal Stemware Collection ($142 and up).
Another element of the design is a bookcase filled with blue and white delftware. You can pick some up at Blue Delft!
You can read about Eddie's concept for the room here and here. The contest, called The Big Window Challenge, runs through Jan. 28. Take a look at the other contestants and vote for your favorite online (you know who I'm voting for!) up to twice a day. Or, you can vote by texting 1 to 89800 for Eddie's design (or 2 or 3 for the other designs).