Behind the linen curtains is my husbands closet. Not very large, but how much space does a man need? The blue velvet chair is unfortunately often a landing zone for all my husbands laundry, clean and otherwise.
It was very hard to find a bed to fit under the eaves that didn't look like a platform bed. At the time this was the only option that West Elm had. I've never really been that happy with it because I'm more of a traditional kind of gal. Since we bought it they have come out with a lovely linen covered bed with nail head trim. Ah, don't you hate that when that happens? That is exactly what I was envisioning for this space. So unless West Elm is gonna give me a free bed, I'm just going to have to improvise and do some DIY of my own. Check back for future linen-covered-nail-headed bed project.
Aah, my beloved Anthropologie lamp. Don't look too closely or you may see a huge crack in it. Not from an unfortunate accident, but a lucky find in the clearance section of my local Anthro store. I think I scored it for just over a hundred bucks when it normally retails for five hundred. Also topped by lovely flower lampshade, again on sale from Anthro. Are you beginning to see a method to my madness? Flowers, patterns and lots of pretty shades of blue and orange.
Because there are a gazillion angles, walls, ceilings and eaves in this room I decided to mix it up a little by painting a couple of accent walls chocolate brown (more of a Hershey's chocolate, than a dark Swiss Lindt).
Hello Ringo, don't you look all innocent & fluffy?
I love the swirling patterns of this Anthro rug. This was one of my first purchases for the room and it's funny how everything has just spring boarded from there. Someone commented that my room is very Amy Butler like, but I hadn't even heard of her until a couple of years ago, after I had bought the rug and the duvet. But yes I do like her style.
Here are some more photos of my bedroom which I wasn't able to enter into the competition:
This window looks directly onto the main city park across the street. It's lovely in all seasons with loads of big trees and green spaces.
I have french doors that lead into the bedroom that I found at an antique salvage yard. Haven't found the need for privacy curtains yet, but I'm sure as the little ones grow up they'll become a necessity.
More orange and blue, and yet another pattern to add to the mix. My latest fave, chevron. (Yes I know I'm slightly behind the curve on that trend).
This dresser was originally yellow and started its new life (it's from a vintage store) in the bathroom. I spray painted it white when I moved it to the bedroom. Unfortunately Anthro only had 2 of these blue knobs left, but I will eventually replace all of the knobs with blue ones. Doesn't the rug look all lovely and swirly, like leaves floating in a pond?
I just bought the photo frames today, so please forgive the lack of photos in them.
And here's a sneak peek of some other rooms that I've done:
Hope you enjoyed my little sneak peek! Come and visit again, soon.
P.S I have no idea why my photo's don't all line up nicely. I'll get the hang of it soon, I hope.