Hello, my dear friends!
It’s been a while since I posted my last blog post. It’s not that I’ve became lazy or ran out of ideas to share – I promised myself to post at least twice per week because I really have a lot to say! But something big has happened in our lives: we have finally closed on our dream house and now I’m spending all my time and energy trying to fill it up with furniture and necessities.
I’ve been dreaming about this for so long and it has finally happened. To celebrate this event I decided to share with you my interior inspirations from Pinterest. I plan to do series of posts about interior designs so stay tuned.
I’m going to start with master bedroom so feel free to add these ideas to your boards!
Although we are really struggling in deciding on furniture and the design for our home, I feel like I’m leaning towards more classic, romantic, french-inspired style. Nevertheless, I cannot fit all the ideas in one room: they contradict either with each other or with the layout that we already have. However, there are still some details ( I’d rather call them obsessions!) that add chic to the room and I definitely want to use them in our home.
Obsession #1: Upholstered tufted headboards. Even though it may seem impractical as they become a dust collector over time, such headboards add comfort and coziness to bedroom. Just look at these beds in the interior.
Obsession #2: Open shelf nightstand. There is something special about these nightstands, where you can decorate your open shelves with books or decorative objects.
Obsession #3: Mirrors. I first noticed this design tip at HR show room in Austin, TX. I was so amazed by the chic and class these high narrow framed mirrors add to the bedroom. It’s now definitely on my dream-list.
Alternatively, to keep things simple, just hanging a small mirrors above the nightstands or a small painting in a mirrored frame will do the trick.
I also like the idea of adding round or shaped mirror to the wall above the dresser. I’m not a big fan of bulky furniture, therefore getting a dresser and a mirror separately and having some space between these two objects in my understanding adds some air to the design.
Obsession #4: Bed end. It can be tufted to match the headboards, or can be just plain unholstered with fabric or leather. It can be just a bench or can have a storage underneath. For me, it is a very useful piece of furniture in the bedroom where you can put or store pillows and bed cover.
Obsession #5: Reading Bench
I especially like these upholstered tufted benches. I do not know if we have space for that, but I’m still keeping this in my pinboard.
If we had some more space, I would definitely add window seating to our bay window.
Obsession #6: Lights. This includes bedside lamps and chandeliers.
I think the best choice for the bedside lamps for our home is the crystal lamps with white/ivory shade.
They look even better when paired with the mirrors that I’ve been writing about above.
Chrystal chandelier adds a finishing touch to the bedroom.
Obsession #7: Curtains
When it comes to bedrooms, light blocking curtains are a must. Nevertheless, to complete the look I’d like to hang sheer curtains underneath. This will also help in adding some airiness and coziness during the day.
I prefer solid shades without patterns for both curtains.
And finally, Obsession #8: Vanity
Since we do not have vanity space in the bathroom, as a makeup lover I’d NEED to have it at least in our bedroom. A small corner with fluffy seating and mirror framed with lamps will cover all my needs!
This is how I picture our master bedroom. For sure, hunting for furniture and matching accessories is challenging, but visualization is a key in the planning process and helps a lot in creating your dream design.
Would you consider such design for your home? Or you prefer something more plain and modern? Let me know about it in the comments down below!
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