You might remember from this post where I fell hard for Biscuit's Bloomsbury pattern. Well here she is in all her glory. I loooooove it. I started with just the duvet and then decided that I definitely needed the shames as well. It was a good call.
I had grand intentions of upholstering the bed but that never happened and honestly I'm kind of glad I didn't go through with it. I like the play of the color of the bed against the color of the walls. By the way, the walls. They are amazing. It's a Schumacher linen wallpaper and the photos don't really do it justice. You just want to touch it when you see it. I've also decided I just prefer carpet in a bedroom. We had hardwood in our last house and I never loved it. It was beautiful, but it was harsh. I want my bedrooms to be cozy and soft.
Those lamps. Major heart eyes.
This is the view into our master bath. You can see the ceiling detail in this photo. It's not a true coffered ceiling, but since we had to drop the sides down a bit to allow for air ducts, I figured it was a good moment to do something special.
Classic master bath with polished nickel and marble. For a hot second I had planned to paint the cabinets a soft mint green. Part of me wishes I had done it, and part of me is happy I didn't. This is how my brain is all the time.
I only included this terrible shot so you can see the lovely Susie Bettenhausen painting I have hanging in here. Also on the agenda is to get a runner to go in between the sinks and the bathtub.
My vanity. I love having a separate area to put on makeup. It makes me feel extra girly. I used to have all my stuff hidden away in drawers, but using these acrylic boxes have changed the game. I like having everything where I can see it. No more digging through drawers. Also, I have a product post planned soon to tell you all about some great (and not so great) skincare and makeup items.
So there you have it! Hope you enjoyed this little tour.
Here are a few sources for the items I used:
Wallpaper - Schumacher
Duvet and shams - Bloomsbury in green from Biscuit
Coverlet - Restoration Hardware
Bench - Homegoods
Lamps - Regina Andrew (can't find mine online, here is something similar)
Bathroom paint color (cabs, trim, wall) Benjamin Moore White Dove
Bathroom cabinet hardware - Martha Stewart
Faucets - Signature Hardware
Framed photos - Framebridge
Painting - Susie Bettenhausen
Acrylic boxes - Beauty Box