I told you guys last week in my ‘things that are making me nervous’ post about how I need to revamp my master bedroom – and quickly! We ordered a new king mattress from Tuft & Needle (upgrade from our current queen!) and although it was a bit of a quick decision at the time, I then got to thinking about all of the things that must be updated along with the mattress.
Our current bed has a grey, white, and lemony yellow theme and I really like it, but am a little excited about the opportunity to change things up a bit and get closer to my overall design vision for the home. I want to add more rustic indie feeling with the worn, aged neutrals and a very neutral theme. The photo above from Decor Pad really stood out at me as a great representation of what I’d like to achieve. So here is my plan:
BED Our current bed is a headboard with a metal frame. The headboard was a fun and easy DIY, so I know that I can take a stab at making another one. This time, however, I’m going to tuft it and also try to upholster a whole bed so that a bedskirt isn’t needed. I am going to cover the bed in a natural linen that really stands out from our dark gray bedroom walls.
DUVET I’ve talked before about my love for all white bedding and although I’ve loved the Crane & Canopy Dove Gray pintuck that I’ve had for the past year, I’m going with all white this time around.
SHEETS I love pairing patterned sheets with a solid duvet. Mostly because I don’t like big patterns and think the solid duvet calms pattern so that it doesn’t overwhelm my small bedroom. I love these reverse dot sheets from West Elm in a camel color that will tie back to the headboard and add a warm level to the otherwise black and white design.
SHAMS adding in a different pattern or color through shams is always a good idea. I love these block print border euro shams from Dwell Studio because they are a classic border design, but still have an Indian flair with the block print design.
RUG I’ve been wanting a place to use my Asta Rug in our home! I think this will be a great opportunity since the floor will be cleared out. Plus, the easy black and white pattern enforces the global theme without being too much pattern.
THROW PILLOWS the throw pillows are really going to be the thing that ties the whole look together. Varying neutrals in global, but minimal patterns bring together the essence of the look. I’m mixing brown, navy, black, and cream in various textures. I am leaning toward a grey/brown sheepskin, a stark black and white geo, a grey/brown basket weave, and a turkish kilim pillow in blue and black.
How do you guys like it? It’s definitely a change from my current bedroom, but still holds a lot of the design elements that I use throughout the rest of the house! I’m excited to get started on the tufted bed this weekend!