For the finishing touch, hang some thought-provoking wall art like the Mystic Morning II and Mystic Morning IV canvas wall pieces to transport you, your family, and guests to a simpler time of quiet and relaxation.
Ahh—the bedroom. Perhaps the one place in your home where you can (finally!) close the door for total relaxation. In this edition of Embrace the Space, we’ll help create the retreat of your dreams that brings stylish, peaceful rest from the moment you walk in the door.
First, let’s talk about the centerpiece of the room, the bed. For those rejuvenating hours of sleep, we love to combine comfort and style. For statement-making glamour, the AFK Regal tufted bed is fit for royalty with an ornately-carved frame and tufted fabric. To open up the room, we’re loving the canopy bed trend that’s gained popularity in the past few years. Eloquence’s Dauphine beach house natural design creates instant visions of restful cat naps with gauzy white fabric blowing in the breeze.
Now that you’ve carefully chosen your bedframe, pick out your sumptuous linens that you can’t wait to sink into. Pine Cone Hill’s line of bedding accessories is perfect for nap-inducing love at first sight with plush fabrics in a range of colors. We love the Eve alabaster matelasse coverlet with its intriguing detail and white-washed hue for a relaxing look. Heading into winter, we can’t wait to snuggle up with the Vienna velvet gray quilt for ultimate comfort.
For nightstands, we recommend one on each side for a balanced look. The Etacle bedside table by Bliss Studio features a dimensional pattern, the perfect piece for adding texture. Looking for clean lines? We love the bright white and modern design of the Redford House Spencer nightstand. No matter what you pick, a set of nightstands provides stylish storage and a balanced look for your bedroom.
(HOT TIP: If you have a larger suite, try a set of chests like the Gabby Furniture Courier chest on either side of the bed for ample storage. Making the switch to chests instead of nightstands creates that Pinterest-worthy look you’ve seen so often!)
Perfect for adding a linen closet or additional storage space, an armoire is an ideal piece for organization and beautiful design. For a modern look, the Redford House Bennett armoire features drawers and shelving for ultimate storage space. For a hint of romance, the AFK Grand wire mesh armoire features elements from the Farmhouse trend and a pop of color with a light pink hue.
Ready to makeover your bedroom? Check out all our top bedroom picks including bedding, frames, linens, chest of drawers & more!
Let’s face it: first impressions are memorable. A stylish entryway is the key to setting the tone for the rest of your space. The aesthetic you create will warmly greet guests upon entrance and shows off your own personal style–whether that’s elegant, boho, glam, or minimalistic. The possibilities are endless!
Look for a table first to create a base to build upon. Whether your space is limited or grand, there’s an arrangement that will fit any dimension. We love the Alfonso console table for its neutrality, a perfect palette for decorating. Or, go for the Leif hall table that mixes two of our favorite elements–rustic farmhouse meets modern. For a more dramatic entrance, the Arielle or Jovanna console table brings in intriguing details and shape, the ideal canvas for adding personal touches. Swooooon.
Next, add a mirror to elongate the look and reflect light while adding the illusion of more space. Round mirrors are hot right now, and we’re all about a piece that brings in more textural accents. Try Jamie Young’s mirror with leather accents or a traditional look with the Prescott mirror from Arteriors. Want more of a neutral look? The Surya Layton wall mirror delivers stylistic elements with an all-mirrored look.
For the decor, feel free to take the reigns here and get as creative as you want. The first element we’re absolutely obsessed with is baskets. A natural basket not only adds natural elements into your space, but it’s also the ideal size for hidden storage of blankets, extra throw pillows (or hiding toys!) Other accents we recommend incorporating are vases, artwork, and decorative accents. A vase ties a room together with texture and color, while providing a vessel for showing off those farmer’s market flowers you pick up on weekends. Artwork or decorative accents liven up the space with a personal touch. We love trays, bookends, statues, etc. Find our recommendations for some of these pieces below!
Discover all of our picks for an entryway here. You’re gonna love ’em & your brand new entryway!
Mirrors. As accent pieces or as functional necessities, they help maximize a space by making it appear larger and adding instant glam. In a large corridor or dining room, mirrors can create the feeling of grandeur when paired or as a set of three or more — think Versailles with its Hall of Mirrors. Mirrors obviously come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and styles, but for our statement pieces – we’ve gone BIG!
For our selects, we love the Arteriors Elana mirror as a pair above a double vanity sink for a new take on the traditional. The Gabby Decor Drake floor mirror adds intrigue to a wall without a window while the Arteriors Olympia mirror can easily make a statement above a master bed or a sofa.
See the rest of our picks in the top 10 list, below — guaranteed to reflect well on you. :)
1. Arteriors Elana Mirror, 2. Worlds Away Dion Mirror, 3. Gabby Decor Drake Mirror, 4. Currey & Company Margate Mirror, 5. Soleil Gold Mirror, 6. Worlds Away Josephine Mirror, 7. Arteriors Olympia Mirror, 8. Bungalow 5 Cassia Mirror, 9. Surya Gordon Mirror, 10. Gabby Decor Bartlett Mirror