Monday, September 14, 2009

I'm dreaming of a bedroom...

I absolutely love the simplicity and elegance of this room. I especially love the way the bedskirt drapes softly on the floor. The little touch of color, with the faded red fabric, on the chair is perfect. For the last little while I have wondered how hard it would be to make a bedskirt like that? Anyone ever try this?


Ok..this picture seriously makes my heart skip a beat! What can I say..it is truly divine! The pure white bedding, the ruffles, the embroidered pillows, and the distressed green side tables! The frenchy touches on the headboard & side tables, the tiny bit of gold....and the pure excellent-ness (is that a word?) of that gorgeous headboard! I swear I would mortgage my house to find a bed like that!!! And then the very simple white curtain pulled back ~sigh~ What more to say? I am in love.


You know what I am loving about this room? The painted white paneled walls. And the baseboard moulding. That is the exact style of trim I want for my daughters beach room (and for that matter our whole 2nd story!) With this room the textures in the bedding, flooring, and walls really speak to me. The architectural details in the oversized, distressed mirrors are fabulous, the chandelier is gorgeous.


Now here is my dilemma....I cannot decide my true love...the rustic-ness (another new word I'm inventing for this purpose) of this room or the elegance of the prior rooms....
I am just smitten with the rustic plastered walls! The paint that looks so aged, and un-even...the to-die-for batten boards and the color!! I am loving the vintage feel of the linen bedding, the simplicity of no window coverings, and the little vase of wild flowers....mmmmm....

Lastly, this room just makes me smile...it makes me dream of another time..and yearn for the days of Jane Austen novels...a time when we would be taking a carriage ride, wearing sweet muslin dresses, and taking a "walk about the room" arm in arm with a dear friend........
What I love about this room is the simple white bedding, with a touch of faded floral. And the departure from painted furniture to natural wood pieces. I am so loving the paintings above the bed...some unframed on canvas and some in beautifully intricate frames. Who can decide ladies? Master bedroom re-do is coming shortly. I would be delighted to hear your ideas!

9 comments:

Tracey said...

They are all seriously G.O.R.G.E.O.U.S!!! I think I like the first one the best though! Unfortunately, I don't sew, so I don't have any experience making bedskirts...

:) T

Laurie said...

They are all so beautiful, I can see your why you're having trouble! I'm sure you will make a great decision when it's time for your re-do!

Beautiful blog by the way...

Dawn said...

Love your place here....!!!!
All good!

for the love of a house said...

I'm in the thick of my master bedroom design at the moment too. I did look at a bed skirt that reminds me of the one in your first photo that you are asking about (in the end the color wasn't right color for the room). It was at Target and was by Simply Shabby Chic. I tried to find a link on line, but wasn't able to. It had the same feel- very soft and romantic. Let me know if you see it!

Rose Garden Romantic said...

Those are gorgeous rooms!!! Love them all!!
Michelle

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wow, this is exactly the style that speaks volumes to me! Love it, love it.

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