See Inside Naomie Olindo’s Serene Charleston Bedroom

See Inside Naomie Olindo’s Serene Charleston Bedroom

The Southern Charm entrepreneur shares her tranquil space — and quite the poem.

By Tamara Palmer
Naomie Olindo

Naomie Olindo's bedroom is as classy and elegant as you'd expect from the Southern Charm entrepreneur, who owns a sleek and stylish fashion line called L'Abeye. But there is something a little unexpectedly dark happening here.

It's a framed wall poster bearing Dorothy Parker's infamous 1926 poem "Resumé," which reads, "Razors pain you; Rivers are damp; Acids stain you; And drugs cause cramp. Guns aren’t lawful; Nooses give; Gas smells awful; You might as well live."

"My favorite weird poem handprinted by Magnolia and Beach (gift from Matul Shah)," she captioned the image, shouting out her boyfriend, Metul, for the unconventional gift.

Naomie Olindo Bedroom

What we don't see in there are any of ex-beau Craig Conover's pillows, which she actually really loves. Awash in neutral tones, Naomie's room also has a natural jute rug, a white four-poster bed, and creamy, floor-grazing curtains that create a totally serene space for the fashionista.

A plant (that Naomie admits, "I'm slowly killing") adds a pop of color, and a pee pad for her doggie brings in the relatable element that we love her for!

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