I need a cat whisperer. I am having issues with my beloved Milo. I adopted him in December and ever since he has gotten progressively more and more vocal to the point where he now wakes me up in the middle of the night meowing and crying loudly. It’s like having an infant.
So if any of you know an animal behaviorist, please help me. I love Milo dearly and I desperately want him to be happy. In between bouts of crying he joins me on my bed and snuggles so sweetly. Do you have any pets to snuggle with at night? And now for one of my clunkier segues… pictures of bedrooms!
Soft colors and inviting textiles are a tried and true recipe for a peaceful bedroom. Via Livet Hemma.
I really really love this color scheme. Antique beige, creamy aqua, serene white, and shots of lively red. I like those colors so much I gave each of them their own adjective! Whoa. Via Little Green Notebook, found via desire to inspire.
This bedroom hints at the owner’s rockin’ personality. The occasional chair with a traditional shape was the perfect piece to break up this otherwise very modern room. And how cool is that vertical art installation? Photographed by Jean-Marc Wullschleger, via desire to inspire.
These are the sort of images I’d like to show to the folks who think that color is absolutely necessary in interior design. Apart from the view of greenery outdoors, this entire room is white and gray with some wood tones. And so lovely! Though I think its success is amplified by the gorgeous lighting. Via My White Room.
I can not get enough of bedrooms with interesting architectural elements. Wouldn’t you just love to spend a breezy morning relaxing here? The thought nearly breaks my heart it’s so wonderful. Via My White Room.
I love a lot of things in this room, but my favorite is definitely the chandelier. Fixtures like these take a delightful twist on the bare-bulb look by creating something sculptural and grand from the bulbs alone. This is one of those stunning high price tag items that I am convinced I could make for myself. Via My White Room.
And lastly, a complete departure from what I usually share with you. A rainbow coverlet is not exactly something I’d be eager to see normally, but I can not resist this fantastic combination of color. The simple geometrical pattern keeps the piece modern, allowing the colors to speak for themselves. I think it’s brilliant. Photographed by John Bendtsen, designed by Søren Rose Studio, via emmas designblogg.Like This Post