I find that I spend a lot of time in this space. I spend this time in my bed as a way to decompress, reset and just to relax my mind and body after a day’s activities. So it’s really important to me that the things I have in here are of a pleasing and calming color palette with soft sheet and pillows. I also need to have items that bring me joy, like family photos and a good reading book or magazine.
To be honest, I’m not really a fan of bright lighting or tons of stuff on the walls as well. Just give me a good mattress and my T.V. to watch some mindless show and I’m all set!😆
So as it stands, this is my current view. I tend to get a bit restless when things stay the same for too long. When I first redid my bedroom, it looked like this-
Although the initial rendition of your room exudes peace in an eclectic way particularly with your color choices and decor, I can fully appreciate how you’ve built upon that palette to create a more cozy and cohesive space. Achieving what you have can be quite challenging, even for those of us who consider ourselves arm chair interior designers in the making.
I myself love the before and after transformations witnessed in picture and video of all kinds, whether it be a residential interior or exterior, commercial space or fashion. What I can’t harness is how do you start? There must be a science to realizing what works and hits the mark and when you’ve fallen short, gone to far and lost sight of your vision.
Thank you for sharing. All the best to you and your venture.
Hi Valerie! Thank you so much for responding. I think the best way to start is to start. Not all ideas will be perfect- in fact, it might not work out at all. You will, however, get a feel for change and how to go about achieving it and I think that’s what’s most important. Also, realizing that your style is unique and try not to be about what everyone else.
Best of luck to you in trying new things!