first of all, let's take a peek at two visions i had for the room.
idea a....my initial thought for the space. hollywood regency....glamour....a scoshe [scosh? scoach? i love scotch. scotchy scotch scotch.] kelly wearstler....lots of black + white + a bit of gold.
to the tune of this metro home bedroom....
idea b....a softer look. loads of whites....airy....fresh....eclectic. perhaps some pink, some red, some pale gold, some gray.
and here's our room in its current condition:
our room has always been white, back from when i picked all the paint colors during the building process....i just knew from the start that i wanted a light + breezy cloudy cream puff of a boudoir. to be honest, i would have done many more white walls in our house for a truly contemporary feel but i scared myself out of it from a practicality standpoint. i figured our bedroom was the safest place to go wintery white since only the hubs + i would be in there [vs. the rest of the house being a kid zone eventually].
now you may recall the dresser reference from months past. well that little diddy turned out quite well, if i do say so myself. a dozen odd coats of spray paint is all it took. [um, yes, that was sarcasm....spraypainting a single vase = fun. spraypainting a six foot long dresser = not fun]. we picked up those fun futuristic knobs from menards, home of good deals and boy-part jokes aplenty.
all in all we've got some lovely components going on, i'd say. but its pretty much been a frozen winterscape for a while now of dresser....bed....side tables....and yeah. that's it.
anyone wanna unleash their inner sarah richardson + give me some feedback? black + white hollywood glam, or ultra light ultra mod? speak up, y'all!