I have this mint embroidered hotel bedding that I really like and I think it will look really nice with the Chinese wallpaper panels I had hanging in our old loft's dining room. I painted our walls Benjamin Moore's Knoxville Gray and I think the color combos will be lovely, but we need a few punches of color thrown in there.
I might regret not having something lighter on the floors though, since the walls are so dark now. I think my heart is set on something like this (too boring though?). Maybe an exciting pattern in a more neutral color, like this or this or even this?
I had been struggling with what kind of bed frame/headboard to go with, now that we are upgrading to a king-sized mattress and need to find something new quick. I've been drawn to something like this bed with a bench at the foot. (or maybe a pair of trunks??)
But I think I've figured it out and I'm going to attempt a DIY. I'm hoping the end result looks a little something like this.
I found some really simple white sheets at Homegoods that are dotted with little tiny white squares and I love them, but if I didn't have them, I'd be tempted to snatch up these small-scale ikat sheets. I do need some fun pillows in here I think and these marbled ones are calling my name!!
I'll probably reuse my white Murano-style lamps from before, but seriously - how awesome are these $50 sconces? Please buy them for me.
The fireplace in our bedroom is getting a second coat of white paint today (yay! looks so much better already!) and I'll hang a big mirror up there to cover the arch.
I've always imagined a pair of chairs by the fireplace, but I don't want the area to look too formal or stuffy, you know? If I weren't doing a tufted headboard, I would totally go with a pair of something like these club chairs. Can you believe that price?! (I also saw a brown leather version in the store and it looked very promising considering the cost.) But I already have a pair of vintage bergere style chairs too that need to be reupholstered. Something similar to this would be nice and I think more to scale for the room and the floor space.
I'm going to go with simple blue-gray roman shades on the windows to cover up the arch, which looks a little dated to me. I'll probably make my own in the end, but if I run out of time, there are plenty of options online. JC Penney always has a sale on fabric shades and some of their offerings are really well-made (be sure to study the helpful reviews). I also like these silk shades on sale here. I'm waffling a little though because I kind of wanted to do a version of these goldenrod yellow curtains. It probably would be too crazy with the fireplace though and doing a simple blue-gray to play on the wall color would be nice.
I'm so excited to figure out the rest of this space. I've added a ton more Keeps to my Master Bedroom collection (and other collections - this bag is a recent fave!). Check them out here and have a great weekend! xo
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