Happy Monday! You guys, I came across the most stunning bedroom ever! And the funny thing is that the space is as simple as it can be yet attractive and so cozy. The bedroom is white, with black accent details (like a stunning geometrical pattern on a wall) and the cutest nursery corner ever! Pure Scandinavian gem and I couldn’t help but share it with you. But yes, the striking part was the pattern on the wall that can be an easy DIY project with a huge impact on a room (I think I like it even more than regular wall art).
While browsing some inspirational images the other day, I couldn’t ignore the abundance of gray bedrooms out there. Different shades, styles and decors, but one thing in common – timeless gray walls and/or accessories. How I feel about this? Very 2010, but that’s only my opinion – I’m more into pastels/white at this moment in my life. Yes, I like gray bedrooms and probably at some point I would totally paint mine in a gray-ish color, for now let’s just indulge in some pictures and pin what we like – you know, just in case we need ideas in the future :).
Hello, friends! It’s another Monday, another week (another weekend to look forward to) – I hope it started off good for each of you :). Today I’d like to speak about beds (because that’s where I’d like to be right now) and to be more precise about canopy beds. I must admit I have mixed feelings about them, I know I adore canopy beds wrapped in light curtains – they’re just so flirty and full of romance, but I’m not mad about the modern (or not) canopy beds with four posts only – to me it feels like there is something missing in their design. Nonetheless, I think either of the styles brings some freshness into a bedroom and some unique vibe, so I’d definitely get one for myself :).
Being that my design style, aesthetics is an ever-changing thing I never thought I’d say that, but I found my dream bedroom. It has the color of a pale pink rose, a gorgeous comfy bed, a cozy cowhide rug, the most feminine settee I’ve ever seen, a Vogue poster and of course it has fresh flowers in pretty vases. How could a girl not like all this? Not sure my husband would be as excited as I am, but still – I’d love to have Crystal’s bedroom (that girl is a huge talent when it comes to decorating, don’t you think? Her home as seen in the anniversary issue of Rue looks amazing!):
Are you a minimalist lover or not? Or better to ask are you a clutter lover or not, especially when we speak about bedrooms? I think I’m a clutter hater no matter the room, but I guess I’m very minimalistic when it comes to bedrooms. I like clean lines, soothing colors, few to no accessories – just the serenity of the space.
So what do you say – yay or nay?
Outside is pretty ugly today, still I need to get out and head to my work, but oh, how much I’d love to stay in, cozied up in one of the below bedrooms, with many pillows, blankets and my lap top, of course. Sigh, a girl can dream, no? TGIF though and soon I’ll be able to do just that, so I’m really looking forward to the weekend. How’s the weather where you are? Are you enjoying winter or waiting anxiously for spring (like I am)? Anyway, here are some pictures to keep us warm and comfy at least by looking at them (and I so want to stay in bed today!).
I need to confess to you one thing: as measureless as my design visions can be, it’s not often that I’m totally blown away by rooms, design ideas and trends etc. (I know – hard to believe, I’m always all about ‘ohh’ and ‘ahh’ when it comes to a pretty space). Yet again, many rooms feel stunning at first sight, but after throwing a few more looks at them, they just don’t feel like fitting your style, life or aesthetics and they seem to blend into this immense world of museum-like rooms, where you don’t see yourself living, cooking, playing with your kids or lounging on the couch. You know what I mean?
I definitely have these moments. I was feeling this way about bringing wood indoors (and I mean the large pieces of it, seen in ceiling beams, walls, floors and just an overall wooden construction). It wasn’t my style. Now it is, blame it on the snowy, cold weather. I’m very attracted by wooden rooms, particularly bedrooms, they remind me so much about skiing cabins, where the fireplace and fur throws are rocking the world, making it all so cozy and warm. I mean, wouldn’t you LOVE to spend your winter holidays in a bedroom like this?
Good morning everyone! As you all remember I’m leaving today to see my parents and I still didn’t finish packing! So for now here’s a quick post with a fabulous picture to make your day even more beautiful than it is!
*image via Mixr.se found thanks to Susannah Conway
The bedroom from above is from the villa of Annelies and Jean-Jaques in Bali and it’s all about contrasts! The washed-out white beam is very rough and a bit industrial, while the DREAMY (!) floral bedding and those big pillows on the floor are romantic and very comfy! Although the bedroom is decorated with natural tones (the furniture is mostly warm brown, except the gray piece which is very stylish!) it’s very eclectic and confusing yet inviting! Did you see the angled door on the left? Now that’s catchy and so Asian! I hope you liked this picture! My next blog post will be from another country, now I’m off to finish packing! See you soon! xoxo, Ludmila
Hi everyone! I must admit the place me & my husband are living now isn’t the home of my dreams, so I’m considering this an excuse to imagine and virtually decorate my dream home, including bedroom – which I think is a sacred place in a home as there we spend a third time of our lives while sleeping and I guess it’s very important to create a warm, relaxed atmosphere for sweet dreams. So, I’ve been visualizing yesterday how will my bedroom look like in my dream home. After flipping through pictures of beautiful spaces I figured that my bedroom is all about floral pattern, cozy blankets and colors (not surprising at all!). What it really IS surprising is that I showed to my husband a white & pink bedroom, asking ‘would you like to have this bedroom?’ (of course expecting a ‘no’), he said ‘yes, why not’. Hello, my husband won’t feel disturbed by a pink bedroom! You probably understood why I love him.