The bed in the Room of the Week makes such a pretty base in the room, and because it is simple and neutral it would work with so many styles. Just a quick change of accessories and furniture and you have an entirely new space. Here’s the bed from the Room of the Week reinterpreted in three different styles!
If you’re looking for a versatile bedroom color palette, I definitely think this is a good option!
While the Room of the Week looks simple, there are lots of details that went into the room to make it look coordinated, fresh and modern.
What details did I miss? Have a favorite part of the room you’d like to share?
The gray and brown color palette in the Room of the Week is such a serene combination of neutral colors. The warm brown color taken directly from the furnishings and flooring complements the cool gray of the headboard. Together they create a very serene room. And, this color palette works well with almost any style…here are five additional examples of this beautiful combo.
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I am back from vacation and I had the best time. I hope you enjoyed the random posts. But, I am back with a new Room of the Week. With sick kids during our vacation and sleeping in different beds I didn’t get enough sleep, and have spent the last few days recuperating. So, when I stumbled on this bedroom beauty, designed by Simo Designs, I instantly fell in love with its soft mood and beautiful light. Even though the design looks simple, there are many details working together to make the design look effortless.
I hope you had a good weekend! See you back here tomorrow!
We stayed at my sister-in-laws darling bungalow in Indiana this week. She and her husband have been renting this cute house for just a few months and have worked so hard with the landlord to update and renovate this almost hundred year old home. I thought I would share some of my favorite rooms. Let’s go!
The Living Room
They refinished the original wood floors and they turned out so lovely. And, gave everything a fresh coat of the prettiest blue-green paint, which really helps to lighten up the entire house.
The Dining Room
The original wallpaper is still in the dining room. And, we were playing with new fabric options for the pillows on the windowseat to lighten everything up and still work with the wallpaper.
I hope you enjoyed a peek at this darling little home. I’ll be back next week with a traditional Room of the Week.