Hello again! I hope you all had a fab weekend. I was busy trying to get things finished before I leave for Go Blog Social this Thursday!! So excited it’s finally almost here. The past couple weeks I have shared my inspiration for the kitchen and living room in the new house project I’ll be working on. My boyfriend bought a house and I’m thrilled to have an entire house to play with and decorate! We can’t move in until May, so until then, I’m brainstorming decor ideas and creating mood boards for each room in the house. If you’d like room updates or want to see more inspiration photos, follow along with me on Pinterest with my Bedroom, Kitchen, Upstairs Living Room, and Entryway boards. I’m constantly pinning new ideas!
The bedroom is super important to me because that is where my office will most likely be located. As you can imagine, I’ll be spending lots of time in there writing blog posts and other fun projects so it needs to be inspiring, bright, and cheery. I’m sticking with the same blues, greens, and reds that are used in the living room and kitchen to keep things unified. My boyfriend likes rustic, so I’ll add some natural wood pieces like the hanging light and floating wood shelf. I need to do some measuring to see how big the room is and what size of furniture will fit. The room is long and narrow so I may have to get creative when arranging. I love this DIY wood vanity (using IKEA legs and a slab of wood) with the TV mounted above, but if space is too tight I’ll have to resort to something like the hanging wood shelf instead. I can’t wait to get in the house to start making final decisions!
My bf has a nice headboard already, and we both have dressers so I’ll need to figure out what space we have for those. We need major storage solutions, but I’m afraid two dressers won’t fit. When you have a shortage of storage, use wall shelving! It gives you more space and doubles as both storage and decor. The floating wood shelf could display my jewelry and pretty perfume bottles, and colorful cute handbags or scarves could hang on the hooks.