I’m so excited to show you the full tour of my bedroom makeover! I’ve been switching this room around here and there, and I finally finished it. I mean, for now at least. Hah!
I wanted the space to feel very minimal and neutral to make it as relaxing as possible, so I removed a lot of unnecessary items and kept the color scheme as white as possible. I added a white storage unit under the window, replaced the bedside tables with these simple neutral Scandinavian style tables, and added a few of my favorite baskets for storage. Then, I went in and added a few subtle peaches and pinks to make it a bit colorful.
I’ve been really into this peachy pink color lately, and that was the main inspiration for the focal color of the room. The idea was an bright white light box with no distractions, and a touch of pink and peachy tones to top it off. I’m so happy with how it turned out!
I’m talking about decorating with color, organization tips, and my mid-century modern dream home on the Urban Outfitters blog this week! Click here to read the full interview…
I wanted to give my bedroom (AKA my favorite place in the whole world) a refresh for winter, something cozy and plush. I got this pretty blush pink duvet from CStudio Home for the space—love the color! I topped it off with this pillow and this one, and updated the rug under the bed to this cozy shaggy white rug for something more neutral.
This week I’m sharing my packing tips for holiday travel on Society6. See the full post here!
I’m so inspired by this deep green color lately. There’s something so serene and natural about it.. it reminds me of the forest!
Feeling super inspired by these interiors at the moment…love the simple use of pastels in these space.
I’m going to Mexico for the first time this month and I can’t seem to think about other than lounging in a hammock, being surround by blue seas, and ogling over colorful buildings. Oh vey… As if my mental vacation pinboard weren’t enough of a dreamy getaway distraction as it is. What are you daydreaming about? 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5
I dig the lived-in look of these spaces that are overflowing with wooden furniture and green plants. There’s something about them that feels more personal and honest than your typical home, a touch of eccentric that is normally lacking.