An unexpected result of my beginning to tag my posts by room is that I now have a clear picture of which rooms I blog about most often. Bedrooms are the current leader at 7 posts (including this one), while bathrooms, kids rooms, and exterior shots are all trailing with only one each. I had a brief fit worrying about trying to even the spread a bit more, but then I realized that’s silly.
I have been finding lately that it is very important and very rewarding to keep in mind the reason I started design-vox in the first place: to share things I love. I could spend hours scouring the internet for more pictures of bathrooms, but that brings the danger of settling. Settling by sharing an image with you that never really grabbed my heart like the others. So, I will continue to post batches of images as they naturally accumulate. And that means lots of bedrooms. Who doesn’t love a great bedroom?
This bedroom completely and totally grabbed my heart. It is probably the most traditional space I have ever loved this much (though admittedly its traditional elements aren’t that strong). If you’ve been following me for a while you can probably see what’s going on here. A plush white flokati rug and a huge indoor tree. Consistent favorites of mine! Designed by Katie Leed, photographed by Lisa Romerein, via 79 ideas.
A completely different look in this room with its modern platform bed, minimalistic Asian theme, and a great pop of orange. It also has one of my latest favorite features: hanging textiles, in this case a canopy. The home of Belma Mujezinovic-Pribilovic (editor-in-chief of Enterijer.ba) via desire to inspire.
This room is also beautifully minimalist. No bells and whistles, just simple lines and muted colors. Notice the nightstands that appear to be just big blocks of wood. What a wonderful example of rustic simplicity! And once again, a dreamy hanging textile. Via My White Room.
Bemz recently came out with a series of slipcovers for IKEA beds. The marketing images for these slipcovers are beautifully styled and have been popping up all over the internet. Don’t you just love that bed skirt?
Via Sköna Hem.
The use of layered texture in this room is stunning. And that’s one of the most welcoming beds I’ve ever seen, though the puppy may be swaying me. Styled by Meagan Camp, photographed by Emily Gilbert, via decor8.Like This Post