Ozzy Osbourne Lavender Bedroom (With Bonus Recipe Lavender Martini)

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From my lips, to your ears, lavender isn't an easy color to work with. Lavender's qualities of quietness,
serenity, constancy and wonderfulness of strong reliability can intrinsically, subtly pull you to its other side, an even powerdull.

That is one point about this article. The other point is: this is Ozzy Osbourne's lavender bedroom.

Ha! Can you believe it.

We all know that Sharon Osbourne was really at work here even before having it confirmed by designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard who reports: “Sharon rules the roost when it comes to decor.”

It matters not, this is the master bedroom of Ozzy Osbourne, the "Prince of Darkness."

In their Hidden Hills, California home, recently profiled by Architectural Digest we get a succulent glimpse. To see the Osbourne's entire home via a slideshow, click here, Lawrence-Bullard, a master interior designer, delivers here.

The Osbourne bedroom is so well done: soothing, luscious . . . almost beyond words. The bedding is by Frette; the savory hand painted wallpaper is by de Gournay.

Ahhhh . . . . the chase lounge in the Osbourne's master bedroom.

Every home should have a chaise lounge. (My personal belief!)

The specific choice here is a Marie Antoinette style piece, in lavender ..... in de Gournay silk velvet.

In times past, chaise lounges were called 'fainting couches,' so love that. Uummmmmmm.

So, when the Osbournes aren't needing a place to faint, they also have this grand sitting area.  It combines a Romeo sofa by Martyn Lawrence-Bullard Design with an overscale ottoman.

Sharon Osbourne was clearly not intimidated in directing how she wanted her home to look and feel.  Much bravo to the results.

Bonus Recipe:  Lavender Martini From The Food Channel (Would Sharon Osbourne Not LOVE This!)

Prep Time:  2 Minutes
Cook Time:  5 Minutes
Serves:  2

You've had the apple-tini and maybe even the chocolate martini.  Time to take a sip of the latest food trend:  lavender.  The lavender sugar on the rim takes the drink to a spectacular visual and flavorful level.

Why Try?
It's fun to try something out of the ordinary. Be cutting edge with this cool cocktail!

Foodie Byte:
You can use the lavender syrup mixed in with lemonade for a non-alcoholic drink.


Lavender Syrup:
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
2 teaspoons dried lavender

Ingredients For The Cocktail:

4 ounces Vodka
1 ounce Vanilla Vodka
1 ounce Lavender Syrup


To Make Lavender Syrup:  place the dried lavender and sugar in a small saucepan.  Crush the lavender flowers into the sugar with the back of a spoon.  Add water and place on stove. Bring to a simmer so the sugar completely dissolves, about 2 minutes. Let the syrup completely cool before using. Can be made a day or two ahead of time and placed in the refrigerator.

To make the Cocktail:  Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake well.

Rim the glasses with sugar, and frost them in the freezer first.  Serve in two martini glasses with a sprig of lavender for garnish.

Lavender Martini is from the Food Channel.

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