Styling Inspiration for the Bedroom

I can’t believe how fast the first part of this year has flown by! I started my blog back in January to share the journey my husband and I are taking as we do up our first house and make it home. Any form of DIY had been put on hold mainly due to funds running low and a pure lack of motivation. 

However, it appears, over the last few weeks we have found our DIY mojo and we are getting back into the swing of things *yay*. The next room on the ‘to do’ list is our main bedroom. I have dreamt of doing up this room since we got the keys, two and a half years ago, the time has finally come where I can start getting excited and putting together some moodboards and ideas on how I want to turn it into the perfect bedroom. The collection above is an initial thought based on colour and texture – I like the idea of using a neutral colour palette with an accents of dusky pink. I also really love the idea of layering textures to create a soft and calm space… somewhere to come at the end of the day to relax into a good night sleep. 

Im dreaming big and I am so excited….

This is where the journey of my dream bedroom starts:

I hope our little spell of motivation continues over the coming months and I will keep you as we go. Have a great week.

Laura 🙂 


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8 thoughts on “Styling Inspiration for the Bedroom

  1. LittleGem

    Such a gorgeous mood board Laura – you seem to have the knack for making a room homely and pretty but not OTT where a male might not like it so much! I think I have that problem – too much floral can be a bad thing! Love the peony and sage pics – just wish their stuff was a little cheaper!! 🙂 xxx

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  2. Laura Goble

    Oh thank you for your comment. It does take time doesnt it – I massively underestimated how much work would be involved, but slowly but surely we are making progress.
    Laura x

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  3. Laura Goble

    Hey there Little Gem, how are you? Thanks you so much for your comment. Ooooh do you really think too much floral could be a bad thing? Luckily for me my hubby isn't too bothered by any of the interior ideas I have. I would really love to make a Peony and Sage roman blind for the bedroom but I'm not sure I can afford the material, perhaps I could source something similar.

    I adore your vintage interior style, I think you have it perfect. xxxx

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  4. Laura Goble

    thank you for your comment… I'm really excited to get started on the interior… the walls now have undercoat on them and we are trying to find the forfeit neutral shade of paint for the walls

    x

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