Hands down: the bedroom is my favorite room in the house. So I can't get enough lovely, inspiring spaces. Like the one above. Beautiful hardwood floors, a vintage bed, and an over-abundance of creamy white. The bed is positioned at an angle and away from the wall. The radiator at left is topped off with planters that add a small punch of color. The yellow chandelier is sunny and cheerful. And the pillows are the prettiest shades of crisp apple green.
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Then we have this beautiful, tranquil space. The minty pale turquoise hue on the walls is so calming. I'm head-over-heels for that bed---an antique silhouette modernized by a brushed steel finish. A black dresser here, a white chest there. And then a nice mix of blue, white, and green on the bed.
Oh, gray walls, how I love thee! Do you see the ever-so-slightly blushing pink tinge to this gray? Lovely. While I'm not crazy about the spindly bed-frame, I'm smitten with the reddish coral bedding and floral rug. The artful arrangement of botanical illustrations is wall decor I can definitely get on board with. And that minimal, industrial chandelier? Want.
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Back to basics with this white and beige room. The built shelves are envy-worthy and accessorized just the right amount. The billowy cream bedding is gorgeous. And I love the way the vanilla-hued curtains pool just a little bit on the wooden floor. This is definitely a comfortable and cottage-y retreat.
This eclectic set up is right up my alley. I just can't get over how everything is mixed-and-matched to perfection. Orange peony tapestry + gray and white damask bedding + turquoise floor lamp + traditional nightstand + velvet pillows + tiny plants + stack of books + woodsy art + metal screen... stuff you'd never think to put together. But it works! And I love it.
Print overload. Only a pattern-obsessed individual like myself could handle living and sleeping in this room without getting dizzy. The bedding reminds me of my own! Now if only I could find some wallpaper like that...
Finally, but certainly not least--- isn't this lovely?! The blue is not a color I'd normally think to use, but I love it paired with the goldenrod yellow and crisp white. Mirror finish nightstands disappear. And the orange pillow is an unexpected splash of color in a carefully matched room. Fabulous.
I decided that I need a little chandelier like the one in the first bedroom and found this DIY http://www.heygorg.com/2011/09/diy-paint-swatch-chandelier.html in case anyone's interested! It looks really easy. Just make three and hang them at different heights with fishing line or other clear thread! How adorable! :D
Such a nice rooms. Very great choice of color, as well as the combination of colors were good too. I must say you have made it just right.
Have you ever checked out Teddy Duncan's room on the Disney TV show Good Luck Charlie? Her bedroom is amazing, and I think you could get a really good post out of it. Thankss so much!!
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