Beach Bungalow Bedroom Roundup
I have never been a big Valentine’s Day gal, but I am a BIG fan of treating yourself any (and every) day! One of my most favorite ways to treat myself is making the space where I sleep the coziest, most inviting space possible. When we made over my Sister’s Beach Bungalow guest room (see the full makeover here) I used a bunch of items from our sponsor, Better Homes & Gardens, to create a welcoming bedroom nook.
1. Embroidered Velvet Quilt, Full/Queen, Blush (Similar Quilt)
2. Acacia Bed Tray
3. Throw Pillow
4. Hygro Cotton Bed Sheet Set, Standard/Queen Pillowcase, Vanilla Dream
5. Medallion Dishes
6. Gold Picture Frame
7. Persian Border Indigo Area Rug
8. Bryant Rustic Brown Wood Headboard
9. Round Metal Decorative Wall Mirror 24″
10. Waffle Blanket in Gray
I started with the warm wood headboard to tie in the flooring and bring in a little contrast against the light blue shiplap. When I share the room on Instagram, there were so questions about WHY I would cover up the window?! Here’s a couple reasons… this was the only spot for the bed, and the window is actually a pretty short window, so we are not covering much. We considered cutting down the headboard a bit, but my sister got a base with a boxspring and mattress, so this height felt right.
Oh, and this is the side table that I search forever for while thrifting. I was not too excited about it, but was desperate after going to 6 different thrift stores. Surprisingly, once I got it in the space, it totally works!
I love this “sun’ Wall Mirror in the space! Perfect for a Florida room, and anytime you can add a mirror in a small room, the reflection make it feel so much bigger.
What’s the best way to enjoy your new bedroom? A little breakfast in bed! I thought this Acacia Bed Tray was so sweet, and the pretty blue Medallion Dishes looked beautiful. Hopefully, whoever is bringing you breakfast in bed is a better cook than me (and brings something more than 5 pomegranates, ha!)
The rust color in the rug is just so pretty and really pulled the space together. I’m really into rust lately and am toying around with the idea of adding it to the loft bedroom. Lastly, the Waffle Blanket really upped the cozy factor.
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