My Bedroom Redux By Pine Cone Hill and Dash & Albert
Hey friends, it's me Holly and I want to show you what I've done with my bedroom this week to turn it more into a cozy nest. I still have some changes to make around the rest of the room, but I'll show you how I've added bedding from and a gorgeous rug from to kick off the process of redecorating my very boring bedroom. I must highlight that I'm not a bright color person in my bedroom, I tend to take muted tones over saturated and I love neutrals, blues and greens in sleep spaces with a touch of shell pink. I also like deep gray and charcoal which is what I may end up painting my walls in the next few months, I have to think it over first because it's a big step to go dark in my bedroom but I'm nearly ready and think a good deep gray would look gorgeous and dramatic, so we'll see... But first, let's look at what I've done.
Before I got this lovely from in Berlin, I had a bed that was basically just a frame and a white headboard - very boring. (Don't look at the radiator, we can't do anything about it's placemat at the moment so we're just pretending it's not there.) For the flooring, I have gorgeous hardwood but I still love the feel of a carpet beneath my feet when I step out of bed in the morning so I ordered this gorgeous Moroccan-inspired rug from Dash & Albert. It's the 8x10 and I just adore the geometric pattern but also the warmth it adds to the space. It's perfect for year-round use because the palette is neutral but could look very summer-y if I change up the bedding or look cozy and warm for the winter months. This rug is thick, extremely well made, and I enjoy the pile height because it's thick enough without being so thick that you trip over the edges. It's also very cozy to step on barefoot.
For the bed, I have three different looks. This is the first look:
On the bed I have the , 1 standard pair of , 1 Full/Queen , and at the foot, the Full/Queen . For throw pillows, I have the and the 20" . In the basket to the left of the bed, you can barely see it above but I have an extra blanket for cold nights, there is a Full/Queen Gradation Ticking Blanket which you can see below laid out on the bed.
I love all of the texture. That is a decorating must-have in a bedroom especially. TEXTURE. It's sensual and inviting. Stacked near the right side of the bed (you can see in the first image at the very top of this post) is a euro-size and a giant which my son loves to pull out and lay on (he's two). Here they are shown on the bed for a good view.
A few details above of the bedding, etc. I love having a candle near the bed and some linen spray and a little something natural, a plant or flowers. You too? For the next look, I just made a few subtle shifts in how I've dressed the bed using the same pieces.
For this look, I've pulled the Full/Queen over the entire bed to give the bedroom a bit more subtle color and texture. This quilt is absolutely gorgeous, even more so in person, and I adore the color because it reminds me of my favorite place on the planet - the coast! In fact, my bedroom palette is very coastal and I noticed that only after I put everything together and styled it. I stepped back and instantly realized why I'd chosen all of the colors that I did - it's very natural and coastal without being beach-themed. I just love it. For this look, I also stacked the pillows on top of the other, with the pattern on the bottom and the white crisp pillowcases on top.
I'm back to reading (and writing) poetry again thanks to a dear friend, so all I do lately is read poems. I've become a bit obsessed by it in fact. It makes me feel more alive and in touch with my feelings and that of others. It's making me more imaginative again too and open to others. Poetry is a beautiful thing to read before bed, don't get into bed with your phone, get in bed with a book of romantic poetry and a cup of tea, a candle and kick back. That's such a beautiful way to close the day.
More detail above. Stitch work, woven carpet, velvet, linen. I love it all. Here is the third look below. Again, subtle but still nice. The framed prints are from and .
For this look, I exposed the linen duvet again, put the velvet cover back at the foot and placed the patterned pillowcases in the front and added the pillows stacked by the right side of the bed onto the bed - so you can see the pillow and slate pillows there. I didn't add the striped pillow or the patterned pillow to this look. I kept it very simply and relaxed. I love the drama from the big gray pillow, it feels very dominant but also quite masculine and cozy.
So here are those three looks again. Which one do you like? I like the middle one best, but I do love the addition of that slate sham to the far left. All looks are very subtle but I like that you can just switch up so little but give the room a fresh look. When I finished dressing the bed this morning, my little boy came in and started stroking the velvet cover on the bed and laid on it and said, "Pretty, mama, prettttty". He really liked it and kept touching everything, he was so appreciative of the bedroom redux, too.
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(Photographs: Thorsten Becker, Holly Becker. Styling: Holly Becker. Text: Holly Becker)
This bedroom redux was brought to you by Pine Cone Hill and Dash & Albert. All opinions and product choices are my own.