Bedrooms on a Tuesday

March 29, 2011

After posting about my own living room a couple days ago, I decided to delve into my inspiration files to see what ideas I could dig up to bring more style into my home. It’s really fascinating to watch trends emerge in my favorite images. So many of them are light, airy, full of texture, natural materials, and plant life. I’ll be sharing more with you on that later. For today we have a great bunch of bedrooms in which you can see many of the above traits. I hope you’re having a great Tuesday!

via Light Locations

Exposed beams, white shutters, worn wood floors, oh yes and a bathtub(!) can all be found in this lovely bedroom designed by Gardener & Marks. It’s odd how well this room pulls off that tub, don’t you think?

Window seats are great, especially when paired with a huge window like this one. And a kitty. Fougeron Architecture via Houzz.

The emptiness of this room is a little off-putting to me, but I love the platform bed and the low-hanging pendant light. Via Antoine Bootz.

via emmas designblogg via

I just adore this room. I am developing a full blown obsession with topiaries. Via (the fabulous) Bolaget Inspiration.

Photographed by Roland Persson, found via desire to inspire.

I recently discovered Swedish stylist Eva Lindh and immediately she is one of my favorite people ever. Not only is her work beautiful but she is one of the sweetest, most heart-warming individuals I’ve ever met (on the internet). 🙂 Check out her website. Photographed by Anna Kern. (I originally discovered Eva through desire to inspire.)

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  • Reply Erin March 31, 2011 at 11:17 am

    Pretty. I like the one with the slanty ceiling. That first one reminds me of your bedroom. I guess just because there are windows and a bed in the same places.

  • Reply Brian March 31, 2011 at 2:32 pm

    I’m detecting a white color theme in your post.

    • Reply Christina Ebbers March 31, 2011 at 3:01 pm

      Yup. No doubt about it. I’m very drawn to white-filled rooms. I just think it’s so peaceful, crisp & clean. A white backdrop allows the contents of the room to sing. White walls are not exactly popular in the United States. I think it’s sad that people aren’t more open to what you can do with white.

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