In the past few months with being at home more, I realized that my bedroom could use a little bit of freshening up. I didn’t want to go too crazy, but being a homebody, my space needs to make me feel happy and it was just not doing that for me anymore. Over the past few months I’ve been de-cluttering and really trying to have less stuff.
Also, don’t judge the before photos. My room was a bit of a mess haha It’s typically not like that.
Once I had my mind set on redoing my room, I had slowly started taking things off of the walls over the course of a few weeks, which is why it’s looking extra bare in the photos.
The vision I was going for:
If only you knew the amount of times my mind had changed on what exactly I wanted to do with my room. I had my mind set on painting my tv stand and possibly my dresser, white. The more I thought about it, the more of a waste of money it was going to be kept popping into my head. When I do eventually move out, I don’t plan on bringing my tv stand because I definitely would want a better quality one, and I am still unsure about my dresser. I decided I just needed to work around with what was already in my room.
My plans were to keep all of the dark furniture, keep my blue lamp, but get a lighter lampshade, change out everything for the wall, get a new curtain for the closet, and then incorporate more rattan/woven items into the room. I also wanted to re-add plants back into my room. Throughout the summer my blinds have been kept shut to keep the heat out of my room, and I had moved all of by succulents to the living room in my house. I just wanted pops of blue accents to still remain in the room, and I was essentially going for a boho modern type style for the bedroom.
And the after:
Links below for what I could find:
- Blue accent pillow is from HomeSense
- Lamp Shade
- Art Print
- Lamp Base
- Hinged Metal Frame
- Curtain in Cream/Blue
- Seagrass Serving Tray
- Black and white planter is from HomeSense
- Woven baskets are from HomeSense
- Clear Storage Containers
- Bamboo Mirror
I hope you all enjoyed the long weekend!