Why This Room Caught My Eye

December 2, 2014 0


What is the heart of your home? Is it the kitchen where the family comes together to cook, eat and socialize? Is it the living room where you spend relaxed and playful times? Or is it the bedroom as the most intimate space where you unwind from the daily routine? For me this is a hard question as I live in a tiny apartment where everything is sort of together. But I think I would be someone who’d say the bedroom has good chances to be the heart of a home. Certainly when I see such a wonderful bedroom styling as above. This bedroom caught my eye instantly and here is why:

  • Statement Pillow: After looking at this bedroom styling I immediately wanted a statement pillow, too. It is such a great eye-catcher, fun and cool and adds a certain whim to the room. 
  • Unexpected Wall Decor: Those crossed arrows are a pretty unexpected and quirky wall decor idea. Don’t even ask me where to get arrows from, but I assume they speak of the owner’s character and sports preference. In any case, it is pretty eye-catching as a decor idea!
  • Moroccan Throw: The Moroccan wedding throw acts as a decent yet spectacular bedspread in this bedroom styling. It adds texture and perfectly ties everything together with its natural hue. 
How do you like this simple yet beautiful bedroom styling? What would you include in your bedroom?

Photography by Lauren Bamford, styling by Nicole Valentine Don & Jason Grant

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  • Reply Elly Cowley December 2, 2014 at 11:38

    This is lovely. I too especially like the idea of making a space feel more personal by displaying unexpected objects. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  • Reply Beauty Follower December 3, 2014 at 14:30

    Αααα τι ωραια ιδεα τα βέλη στον τοιχο!
    Φετος σκεφτομουν να αρχισω μαθήματα τοξοβολίας 🙂

  • Reply tea-in-tangiers December 4, 2014 at 05:42

    its amazing how the black typography on the cushion just makes the room . . . take away the cushion and it changes the whole thing ! One small detail and a world of difference (and of course I love the moroccan handira!) – Pauline

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