Tour of room #5, the bedrooms, of my “dream” house. Most of the images posted are rooms that I’ve admired and thought that IF we ever moved or built (which is highly unlikely) I would do this (fill in the blank with whatever great design idea I have observed).
I like our bed and bed linens but I would like to change the paint color in this room. It is currently painted a Martha Stewart “Tea” and it’s a little more green than I would like.
Close-up of left side of the bed.
Close up of right side. (Note to self, hide the lamp cord better).
This is the dresser/TV area of the room. As you can tell it’s a pretty small room, but we mostly just sleep here so it works.
In our house the master bedroom is the first room off the entry. I have thought this an advantage most of the time…as a light sleeper I could hear our boys come in during their teen years and knew if they had honored their curfew or not!
Board and batten walls, what’s not to love? (Image via House Beautiful)
I like the size of this room and the mix of periwinkle and apple green are very pretty.
I love the beams in this room. I also like the toile wallpaper but I know Hubby would draw the line there.
One of our 3 bedrooms serves as an office and the remaining bedroom is our guest room.
This conveys the current “feel” of our study, very masculine since Hubby spends weekdays there. (Image via Nate Berkus)
This is all I would need (space wise) in the study.
Back to comfy beds that guarantee sleep, right?
Love the painted floors and the old, chippy wicker hamper and the red and white.
Very nice. Sunny yellow paired with soothing blue, I feel relaxed already.
I hope to one day make room in the office for a day bed so that little Olivia (grand daughter #1) will have her very own bed when she visits grandma and grandpa.
Image via Content in a Cottage
This (above) youngsters’ room is very clever. Space saving too! Maybe this would be doable on one wall of our study.
Another built-in bed for some lucky child. (via)
I love the mountain feel to this room. (Image via House Beautiful)
I love the ceiling in this room but more than that I love the bookcase. I could see swing arm lamps mounted inside the headboard area. It’s a very cool idea, don’t you think?
Wood paneled walls are always cozy but the push out windows above the bed seals the deal for me. Such a sun-filled room would certainly give anyone a good reason to wake up with a smile on their faces.
This is the beautiful, grown-up bedroom of the talented Brooke of Velvet and Linen. So very French!
I really like the neutral palate and the wood walls.
This would make a great teen room with the mantle for a headboard.
Is your bedroom inviting and a place where you can get the rest you need? Pleasant dreams.
Linda Coble said:
I loved the pictures of your master bedroom. It reminded me of how much I want to replace our bedside lamps with the wall-mounted, swing-arm variety. However, a new bedspread comes first. Thanks for some great ideas!
Dovecote Decor said:
Thanks for visiting my blog. I enjoyed the bedroom post. I wish I got to enjoy mine last night, but there was a bat flying around. Now I’m scared to death.
I really enjoy your blog and have heard from one of your readers that found me, thanks to you(?). Anyway, a bat!? Yikes, it would be a challenge to relax after a bat encounter.
I think bedrooms are one of the most fun rooms to design. I love bed linens (almost as much as I love dishes!) Combining beautiful fabrics on beds, chairs, draperies or even upholtered headboards with warm wood dressers and night stands can create a wonderful retreat.
I’ll have to seek your help the next time I have to redecorate the bedroom…it’s a very challenging room for me. Your track record proves you’re the best, I love all of the bedrooms in your home!