Unfortunately, I happen to live in Hoboken, NJ not Middle Earth. I know, right? A girl can dream.
If I can’t have the woods outside, at least I can try to bring them indoors. Up until a few years ago, my parents owned a lake house on Saranac Lake in the Adirondacks. Like a typical bratty child, I did not appreciate the place AT ALL while we had it in the family. Now that it’s gone, I am kicking myself every summer that I don’t have a little lake escape to look forward to during the week. If only I knew what I know now. Sigh. Well if I can’t escape to the woods each weekend, I can try to escape each night! Our bedroom is the last holdout in the apartment that has not had one shred of decorating done to it. It’s a very small space, so if we’re not careful, it could become a cluttered claustrophobic mess. That doesn’t exactly sound like a place where one could slowly drift off into slumber every night.
Combining my love of the forest and my love of sleeping, I decided (this weekend more or less) to tackle the bedroom and base it loosely on a woodsy theme. We already have the cabin ubiquitous plaid bedding (purchased from IKEA two weekends ago), now we just need, uh well, everything else?
|so soft too!|
|this whole scene is good|
Sleek with cleans lines and a subtle earthy tone. The line additionally has several corresponding pieces so we can really mix and match to get the right look that will look great, fit our clothes and not over crowd the tiny space.
Here goes nothing!
Comments or suggestions? Let me hear your thoughts in the comments! You guys have some great ideas ;)
Woodsy home, Pinterest; Plaid Bedding, IKEA; Lampshade Grey Paint, Farrow&Ball; Hemnes Dresser, IKEA.