30 March 2015

Beautiful Bedrooms #1

Beautiful Bedrooms

Top left to right: 1/2/3
Bottom left to right: 4/5/6

For a while now I have wanted to take A Little Boat Sailing into a slightly different direction; by no means does this mean that I will stop blogging about beauty. My beauty content will still be of a top priority however you will start seeing a few snippets of interior inspired posts here and there over the coming weeks. Where has this come from you might ask? Well, it has been on my mind for a while now where it has become even more evident since moving house. I'll be aiming to start decorating my bedroom around the end of June once my exams are all over and done with so until then I'll be looking for inspiration and ideas.

Pinterest without a doubt is my first point of call for this, not only are there some fantastic home ideas there's also a huge array of beauty content which is how I first stumbled across it. Over the last few weeks I've being pinning ideas a lot, particularly those that are interior orientated; in fact I now have that many running around in my head that maybe I should stop pinning and narrow it down to a select few in order to work from. 

Like a lot of people these days I'm in love with the aesthetic appeal of white however I really don't want my bedroom to feel clinical, I still want it to feel relaxing and comforting at the same time therefore I'm looking for things that incorporate both aspects. My Beautiful Bedrooms board on Pinterest is full of a combination of relaxing bedrooms as well as those which are more vibrant with bold statements of colour here and there. I'm still unsure as to what to go for ultimately as a nice refreshing bedroom that provokes energy in the form of bright colours is also quite appealing therefore I'm working towards trying to achieve a good balance between the two. 

Of the images I've selected above I find it really hard to choose an ultimate favourite here although the second one that I found from Urban Outfitters alongside the bedroom from Lonny are both right up there. Both have a laid back style although it's clear that the design from Lonny is more traditional in comparison to the somewhat boho vibe that I get from the candle lit bedroom featured on Urban Outfitters. 

Have you decorated recently or are you looking to have a bedroom re-vamp? I currently have red and gold walls from the previous occupiers so I'm itching to pick up the wallpaper scraper asap!

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24 comments

  1. I can't wait to see more of your interior inspired posts :)


    emily xx


    emilycouture95.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. I love the relaxed style of these bedrooms, they are so pretty and bright (number 4 is my favourite) Can't wait to see what you do with your bedroom!

    Emily xx

    Emily May Designs

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  3. I love 2,4,5 and 6. So gorgeous, I wish I had one of those rooms! x

    I'm a newbie blogger and hoping to make some friends in the blogging community, I'd love to hear from you if you're interested! :3

    http://www.chontellelouise.blogspot.com.au/

    xx Chontelle Louise

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  4. Omgaaaaad I wish I could get my bedroom to look even remotely like these. Love numbers 4 and 5! Remind me of princess bedrooms!

    hellomissjordan.blogspot.co.uk xx

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  5. I really do love the boho style by Urban Outfitters ! Really nice bedroom choices lovely x

    The Fairytale Pretty Picture

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  6. These all look gorgeous, I'd pick each and every bedroom :D


    http://invisibly-perfect.blogspot.com/

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  7. These bedrooms are all so beautiful! I'm really looking forward to the day when I'll be able to freely decorate my own room (and home!). And I'm looking forward to reading more of your interior posts!

    xx Mimmi, Muted Mornings

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  8. These rooms are so dreamy. Right now I am really into Scandinavian Interior Design. Looking at images of the neutral color palates mixed with the different textures just take me to a happy place. :) You should check it out while you are looking for inspiration!

    http://theprettylittlesecretblog.blogspot.com

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  9. I love all those bedrooms. I'm always torn between simple Scandinavian designs and something more raw and industrial. I don't even have a flat sorted yet though so I should be putting more effort into that first!
    Megan x
    London Callings

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  10. I love interior design; I have done a few blog posts here and there, mainly focusing on budget-friendly ways to update rooms. I think a blank canvas is the best way to start, then you can add colour with accessories and get the comfort factor from different textures. I love #2 and #5 in your selection! I'm currently planning an update for our bedroom, so perhaps I'll blog about it! Looking forward to seeing more interior posts from you, Amy. :) xxx
    www.justemma.co.uk - a fashion, beauty & lifestyle blog

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  11. I look forward to reading your Interior Design posts! Our house has absolutely no White Walls and recently it's been a real bane for me, but I understand the fear of doing just white, I'm sure you'll come up with something you're happy with! I love the 3rd picture it reminds of New York apartments :) x


    www.lilliputianrose.co.uk

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  12. Ooooh dang. What I wouldn't give to live somewhere like any of those places.

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  13. Thank you, I'm looking forward to including more too x

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  14. Thank you, number four is beautiful isn't it x

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  15. Welcome to the community, I hope you enjoy blogging :) xx

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  16. Same here Jordan, I can't wait to redecorate x

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  17. Me too Alina, that one is hands down my favourite x

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  18. I'm glad you liked them :) x

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  19. Thank you Mimmi, I hope you continue to enjoy them. I know what you mean there, I feel the same way x

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  20. I'll definitely have a look, thank you! x

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  21. I know what you mean, I like an element of both although it will be an interesting challenge to incorporate both designs into one x

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  22. Thank you Emma! Oh how exciting, I wish you good luck with that. I think the bedroom is quite possibly the most important room in the house to get right x

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  23. Yes I agree, number three is absolutely gorgeous! x

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  24. Same here Holly, they're all beautiful in their own way x

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