Our bedroom is small but it certainly packs a big punch when it comes to comfort and coziness. I was going for a somewhat lux and glam feel in here when we chose everything, but it was very important to me to keep it comfortable and personal. I love to layer prints and textures, even furniture pieces when I can. It adds personality when you curate your items. Come and have a look at some of the details I’ve incorporated to create this look and feel.
We’ve never been furniture set people – by that, I mean we’ve always bought different pieces and pulled them together for a feel that’s more collected. Don’t get me wrong, sets can be gorgeous – however, I personally prefer to use individual pieces. That being said, I’ve been searching for some new items in here since we moved our bed to this wall – it’s a king and we need small night tables to fit. I’ve had both of these for many years – one is a garage sale find and the other is from from HomeSense. They’re cute and functional, but I would like something a bit more refined and with more storage. We could most definitely use more storage! So I may just by a pair if I can find them! HERE is a perfect option that would just fit!
My Ikea dresser, which doesn’t seem to be available anymore, is actually a great size but it’s little big for this wall, so I’m on the lookout for something new…and I’ve been looking for a while! I’d love a six drawer option and I’ve sourced two alternatives – high and low – HERE and HERE, which would be perfect on the wall opposite our bed. I like the idea of upgrading the hardware on lower end pieces for a richer, more custom look as well.Our upholstered bed from Structube is amazing. I can’t tell you enough how much we love it. It’s deep and luxurious and the tufting and nailhead trim are glamorous, but also have a masculine vibe that I really like. I found a less expensive alternative for you HERE. We love having the wingback style too, it’s enveloping and so cozy!
The bedding, Seine by Brian Gluckstein, unfortunately is no longer available, but I love the rich tile pattern against our streamlined bed. I love to layer my linens too – mixing textures and patterns is a great way to create that collected feel I’m talking about. I found some other fabulous bedding options for you from WSHome HERE and Restoration Hardware HERE.
The garden stools from HomeSense are yet another layer that add…more texture! Can you see a theme happening in here? Take a look at the ones I found for you HERE and HERE, they’re perfect for this look. Both options are from Kohl’s.
I opted for a small scale geometric pattern for the sheets – I love their contrast against the shams and duvet. These are from Walmart – yes, Walmart and I love them! I’m very picky about patterns and I find it’s tricky to find specific prints that I like but I did find some gorgeous ones HERE and HERE for you.
The lattice lamps continue the pattern play and the all white provides the perfect balance. They play off the tufting on the headboard as well as the sheets and throw pillows. HERE is a gorgeous one I found for you from Target.
Getting back to shams, I just received my new custom linen euro shams from Superior Custom Linens. You can find the right ones for your style, they have beautiful ruffled options as well. I wanted a sleek modern look for this space and the large 28″ size is very dramatic against our large scale headboard. They’re perfect!
My studded pillows from HomeSense is yet another study in layering in pattern and texture. They’re the perfect addition to the bed and they play off the nailhead detail beautifully.
This angle gives you a good sense of what’s happening in the space and all the layers and pieces of furniture.
You can really see what I mean by a lot furniture in this room! This tufted chair in the corner is a comfy little reading spot. My garden stool is usually outside in the summer, but I like to bring it in here in the winter for a little pop of color. It’s also great for propping my books and heels – a little sculptural detail that I love!
I have the cutest little metallic faux croc storage cube tucked underneath my night table – another layer added in that creates personality and is functional too. HERE is a perfect one I found for you form Pottery Barn.
I also like to add things like books (as I do all over the house), candles and curiosities and sprinkle them around for added character.
Graphic and sculptural jewelry is beautiful for decorating. I even love to use packaging in my decor of my favorite Tory Burch perfume – a little couture goes a long way!
I love to use vintage dishes for my jewelry and the pop of chinoiserie and blue is always one of my favorite things! Especially mixed with gold – one of my favorite combos.
It’s the little details that make a difference – why not make them as beautiful as possible? I use saucers allover the house for little things like soaps and trinkets. HERE is one from Ralph Lauren – or you can find these in vintage shops too.
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So there you go! You can create a very welcoming feeling in your bedroom simply by surrounding yourself with the things you love. Add little luxuries and layer interesting objects. Make it personal, warm, cozy…it’s a lot easier than you think! I hope you found some inspiration today! Happy decorating! xoxo
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