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Studio Hours: Our Bedroom Tour

Stopping in today to share a few photos of our bedroom. I realized that with the move coming up I should probably share a few of my favorite aspects of our current bedroom before I have to box everything up. I love my mattress. I was able to get a good mattress deal black friday, and it just made it so obvious we didn’t know what we were missing. I had already heard the old saying to actually invest in a good mattress but I hadn’t until now. I’m probably going to have to do so from here on.

I kind of feel like our bedroom has been the most neglected room in the house (poor guy) since we just got an air conditioner repair and replacement since we don’t really “hang out” in there and it’s seem more as a place to sleep and store clothes. There’s usually piles of laundry scattered around and most certainly an unmade bed. In the new house, the bedroom is getting bumped up on the priority list that is why we want a bed like this one 😉 We do also want to consider this hospital beds with ergonomic design for comfort as we have heard from our friends that these beds are great.


( Guest Room, Living Room, Dining Room )

** A few key items shown in our room are from the home decor brand called The Citizenry. Over the past 9 months, I’ve been working alongside The Citizenry’s co-founders, Carly Nance & Rachel Bentley to bring their start-up visions to life. I’ll be sharing more on this on-going project next week!

The Citizenry items included: throw pillows, area rug like those vintage runner rugs, blanket

And in the right room a top-quality and shaggy rug can look fantastic, so check those out if you like the sound of that. If you want more statement pieces like this to add color in your room, Check out our complete selection of abstract rugs.

23 comments on “Studio Hours: Our Bedroom Tour

    1. Thanks Kevin. Appreciate your feedback. Funny thing. Those door handles came with the house and made me instantly fall in love with the bedroom! Thanks for stopping by!

    1. Hi Mary! Welcome and so glad you decided to comment. love hearing from my readers 🙂 The hanger was found at an antique store. I actually bought an old apron and asked if I could take the hanger too. Haha. Love it.

    1. Hi There! Thanks for stopping by. All the blankets were found in antique shops around the mid-west. I’ve got a bit of an obsession with fabrics and textiles 🙂

  1. Awww! That cow photo! I totally forgot about it…. That’s one of the first things that made me follow your blog dedicatedly!

    I just love him. <3

  2. These candle holders are pretty amazing. And the fact that there’s so much of them, love it. How are you feeling about needing to restart all over again your decoration. Exhausted or excited ? 🙂

    1. I’ll be honest and say I’m a bit exhausted but also very excited. Unfortunately I’ve only lived in my current home for 1 year, so many spots didn’t get the attention they needed. I hope we’re in our next home long enough to get “settled in”. I’m also excited about the architecture change. We’ll be moving into a mid-century ranch, which is very different from our current 1890’s victorian home. Thanks for stopping by!

    1. Hi Jenny!

      Thanks for stopping by. The headboard was stained with a dark walnut stain and just wiped on with a wrap for that light “see through” effect. No oils were used. It has a matte finish.

      I believe the brand was Miniwax Wood Finish. The product that “protects, stains & seals”.

      Hope that helps.

  3. Hi! Your custom head board looks really neat and has inspired me to take it on myself! Do you have any other photos available of the headboard somewhere? 🙂

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