Thursday, January 10, 2013

My Home Tour: the bedroom


01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
Each day this week I'm posting another room as part of a full home tour. See the others herehere & here.

This is the smaller of the two bedrooms, but we use the larger one as my closet/sewing room/library. I know that sounds bad, but it really was a mutual decision. All my clothes and books needed somewhere to live and we wanted the room we slept in to be simple and peaceful without any clutter or distractions. 

Albeit, ideally there would be enough room to open the door fully, but, again, that's apartment living! We're used to it and we're pretty good at making the most of the space we have.

In fact, the bedroom is so small that Ryan's dresser, the chest, and the bed could not fit into this room in any other arrangement! Believe me, we tried everything else. I really wanted a headboard and I was determined that our bed would go somewhere other than under the window. But we just could. not. fit. it. anywhere. else. 


01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom
bedroom
bedroom

 01/13 Home Tour: Bedroom

Watercolors - made by me
Artist's figures - Ryan's is IKEA, mine is from a campus art-supply shop
Triangular shelf - vintage
Quilt - Anthropoloie
Mexican falsa blanket - Urban Outfitters
Chevron pillow shams - Urban Outfitters
Siamese-twin doll - Commissioned from this Etsy shop based on this album
Curtains - Bed, Bath and Beyond
Chest - vintage and finished by Ryan
Dresser - vintage
Printer's box - vintage
Chair - vintage
Round alarm-clock table - vintage
Dog print and map - eBay
Comedy-tour print - bought at tour
Hangers - IKEA
Fountain-square etching- got for free from a bank that was closing
Lamp - IKEA
Rug - IKEA
Snow globe - Things Remembered
Jewelry dish - Anthropologie
Stuffed monster - came with Anthropologie gift card years ago
Metel rose - Renaissance fair

Join me on: facebook // twitter // bloglovin // pinterest // instagram

1 comment:

  1. I love your dog picture and especially how it's hung - so clever!

    ReplyDelete