Now, just because I'm entertaining the idea of
I'll start out the same way I did yesterday, by giving you a little background on the room itself.
Here are a few views of the room as it is right now. The first is a picture of the bedroom and the second is a picture of the sitting room from the opposite wall.
A few of the things we have in here are:
a beige bed,
Since yesterday's theme was a yellowy-brown-beige theme, I thought it would be fun to try a new color combo/style with today's post!
I absolutely adore this bedding. I've had my eye on it for a while and I keep coming back to it. Seriously, folks, when it comes to paisley, I have a problem.
I also thought it might be nice to paint the bedroom half of the room this dusty blue color (or maybe a shade or two lighter). I think it would help highlight our furniture a little better than the beige-on-beige combo we have going on right now does.
For the sitting room, I love this chair. I love it even more because I'd get two of them for the sitting room! I think these pillows are a fun and whimsical way to add a little texture to the chairs!
In between the two chairs I'd put this table:
In front of the chairs I like this coffee table:
And across the room, next to the bathroom door, would be this dresser for
Let's add a little lighting to the room, shall we? First, we have the chandelier for the sitting room:
And to remedy our ugly fan problem, I'd have
I would find somewhere to put two of these cubes in the room:
Lastly, and most importantly, some accessories! This shutter screams "beach" to me!
And this porthole mirror is a fun way to bring the boat into your bedroom!
Next, we have lots of little knick-knacks that I think would tie the whole room together! I would just place them on table tops and around the room, where ever they fit!
Lastly, I found a few pieces of art that I think would tie the room together. The coral pieces are simple enough to accent the decor, while the clock isn't totally nautical, but the weathered look seems beachy to me!
And there you have it, folks! The other dream-theme for my Master bedroom/sitting room! Now all we need is thousands of dollars and we're there! Ha!
I'd love to know what you all think of my imaginary designs!