It’s been a busy few weeks around here, my friend Summer and I just got back from LA, we attended the Design Bloggers Conference where we were able to meet up with several of our blogging friends (more on that in an upcoming post). Upon return, I was excited to tackle the spring decor in our bedroom. With a little help from our sponsors from Annie Selke I made a few changes to take our bedroom into the spring season. I’ve used Pinecone Hill (an Annie Selke product) in past jobs for my clients and I love the quality of their products! I will also be sharing with you some of the changes I made to our bedside tables and give you some tips on styling your nightstands.
I wanted to change my room up a bit for spring, you can see what it looked like before HERE. To start off I changed out the bedding. I love the new Annie Selke artisanal line of “orglamic” bedding, the color palette is soothing and the textures are soft and silky. I chose the Silken Duvet cover, the Tencil fibers are derived from renewable wood resources and are softer than silk! I went with white because it’s crisp and clean and I can change accent colors as often as I like. I loved their Robins egg blue hues, I may still order this throw I saw it in a local store and it’s gorgeous! The pillows are from one of my favorite local stores, the rug was a Homegoods find and seems to be discontinued 😒, I linked a few similar rugs below.
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I removed the oversized lamps that were previously on our nightstands, they took up so much space that there was little room for anything else. My husband never plugged his lamp in and has no desire to have one, so I
borrowed took this task lamp from my daughters room and re styled our tables. The mirrors were already in here, but now that the lamps are gone the room feels so much larger.
On my side, along with the task lamp I used my favorite coffee table books (all about design of course!) the newest to my collection is from my friends Andy and Candis of Old Home Love. It’s been so fun watching them restore so many beautiful homes on HGTV, I was so excited to get a copy of their gorgeous book! Find hard back books that reflect your interests and who you are to personalize your nightstand. I also added fresh tulips, one of my favorite photos, and a ceramic vase with an interesting pattern.
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On the other side I used this marble tray to display a few ceramic vases and some lillies, they are one of my favorite flowers because of how fragrant they are.
I added some bone inlay display boxes to hold change, and anything else my husband might pull out of his pockets at the end of the day.
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Items to look for when styling your bedside table- Aside from your lamp, add trays to hold collections of items such as vases or frames, use decorative boxes to store change and jewelry. Add some life with fresh flowers (or high quality faux flowers if you don’t want to replace them weekly), placing your flowers on a tray or a stack of coffee table books will add height and visual interest. If your table is small keep the items to a minimum so you can maintain a clean look.
At the foot of the bed, I moved our tufted slipper chairs in here from the family room and brought our garden stool inside to create a cozy sitting area.
You can find the Bed source HERE
After pulling some items from elsewhere in our home and adding a few new items our master bedroom is ready spring! Bring it on mother nature!
You can see the rest of my spring home tour HERE
Next up on this tour is Janet from Shabbyfufu I can’t wait for you to see her gorgeous spring home! You can find a list of all the bloggers in this tour below
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