|My Bedroom Inspiration Picture|
Well, with the first day of spring knocking at the door I decided to begin pulling my bedroom update together. I began my search at my local department stores and purveyors of home goods, hoping I would find an assortment of white, ivory, cream and beige quilts, blankets, pillows and sheets that would immediately suit my fancy. NOT.
That was the case until one day in a Macy's bedding department I spied an assortment of bedding that was exactly what I was looking for. Between a couple of Ralph Lauren options, some Martha Stewart collections and Hotel line of bedding, the wheels in my brain started turning. As luck would have it, Macy's was having a very good, and timely sale. I assembled a variety of bedding that I thought would accomplish my vision.
Martha Stewart Ivory Sheets, 300 thread count, fitted sheet and pillowcases
Shetland Manor, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, full/queen comforter
Shetland Manor, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, square decorative pillows
Shetland Manor, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, queen flat sheet and pillowcases, manor print
Shetland Manor, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, square decorative pillow, manor print
Marrakesh, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, ivory quilted shams
Once I got the bedding home, I decided I would be able to use a plush ivory blanket and a sage green LL Bean flannel sheet I already owned as additions to the bedding. I use the flannel sheet as a light blanket and the plush blanket for additional warmth, if required. When I put all of the bedding on the bed it looked like this.
|My New Bedding|
|Vineyard Panels and Target Decorative Rod|
|Casablanca Panama Ceiling Fan|
What about the floor? Well, the floors are hardwood, in a dark finish. I use area rugs and wanted to switch out the traditional, oriental style rugs that were previously in the room for a light colored rug with more texture. I really wanted a shag style rug. The problem I encountered was that I needed a variety of rug sizes: a 5 x 8, a 2 x 4, and two eight foot runners. That combination was hard to come by. Surprisingly, I found the best selection at Home Depot and was able to order a very inexpensive Frise rug, starch color.
|The Frise Shag Rug|
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