I don’t know about you but when I’m ready for bed I like to fall asleep in a relaxing and comfortable space. My husband and I have decorated and re-decorated our bedroom several times. It can get expensive and (let’s be honest) a little stressful if you don’t have a clear vision of what the finished product is going to look like. With a little planning and some research you can get what you want without losing any sleep.
I am coveting this sleigh style bed frame from Restoration Hardware. The California King size is currently on sale for $1315, originally $2195. They have a few finish options to choose from as well. Another suggestion would be to talk to one of the managers at RH and put your name on a floor model and they can call you when it becomes available. Typically floor model discounts range from 50-65% off.
I’m really into neutrals right now so when I found this Calvin Klein bedding at Macy’s I fell in love. Everything from the duvet to the shams are on sale. If you have a Macy’s near you, stop in and ask if they can give you a further discount. This is one of the retailers that has daily coupons that aren’t necessarily being advertised.
I like mixing patterns when decorating so this Eldridge lamp by Jayson Home was the perfect accent to bring out the gray pattern in the bedding as well as the light finish of the bed frame. The antique silver lattice pattern reminds me of snake skin which adds a unique texture to the room.
This is the nightstand I would have on my side of the bed. Of course you can duplicate it if you prefer to have symmetry, however it was a big stress reliever to have my husband pick his own out as opposed to finding one we both agreed on. West Elm has a lot of great options to consider.
This dresser, also by West Elm pulls my entire bedroom theme together. Besides working with my other accessories it has enough storage room for sweaters, denim, and can be re-purposed for entertaining needs in a dining room later on. Check out the video below on the entire Wood Tiled Collection.
Decorating a room in your home is a lot like putting an outfit together. With a little planning and mixing some new pieces with what you already own, you can completely change your space and still have money for a new pair of shoes.