Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Master Bedroom Planning & Moroccan Blankets

Hello, friends. Here's a little board I pulled together with some of the things I'd like to see happen in our master bedroom. Some of the elements may stay in the dream realm, but most are feasible and will hopefully become reality in the not too distant future. Our bedroom is a decent size at 13x15. Our queen size bed looks dwarfed in the room right now so we're considering switching it out for a king (and the fact that my husband is NOT a still sleeper may also have something to do with the potential size upgrade). Since I tend to err on the side of girly glamour, I've tried to exercise restraint and keep things man friendly (*tried*). Here's where we're at right now.



Sources:
Headboard, Joss & Main
Grey Greek Key Pillows at LIVE LIKE YOU
Silk Capucheen Zinnia Pillow, Designers Guild
Moroccan Wedding Blanket, Calypso St. Barth
Ghost Chair and Chinoiserie Mirror, Black Rooster Decor
MALM Dressing Table and 3-drawer dressers, IKEA
Kelso Table Lamps at Urban Barn
JUJU hat, Peridot Decorative Homeware
Major Chair, Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams
Abstract Artwork by Yolanda Sanchez
Fashion Prince by Leigh Viner


The headboard will likely be more of a coral and less pink colour, and I'm thinking the shape will look more like this, just not in turquoise. (Lucky headboard at LIVE LIKE YOU.)



I'd also like to add a little detail to the front of the MALM dressing table. I was thinking maybe some Greek Key O'verlays in gold (they're paintable). It would tie in nicely with the greek key pillows.


O'verlays on IKEA lack table
Image via Danielle Oakey Interiors


I'm also thinking of trying to make a JUJU hat since they retail at around $650, but we shall see.

The rug looking thing at the bottom of the board is actually a morrocan wedding blanket that would drape over the end of the bed. The blankets have loads of texture to them and often some sequins. They are handmade and works of art! Here's a better look.








As you can see, each blanket is unique; there's a lot of variation from one to another. The trick is to find one we like that doesn't break the bank (fingers crossed on that one).

So, what do you think?

-Sarah

Image Sources: #3 Amber Interior Design; All others via pinterest


1 comment:

  1. I spot a Leigh Viner print.. Love her work! It's so feminine. Can you come make all this magic happen on my room too?

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