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Holly’s Dream Master Bedroom


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Dream Master Bedroom

Every night when I go to bed I think about how I long for the day when my bedroom is decorated and put together well.

I want a room that feels like a grown-up room!

Here is my bedroom in it’s current state….

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With all of the projects going on in my home, my bedroom gets pushed aside. Therefore I’m starting to dream up what I want to have in my room. These ideas will be really helpful when it comes time to shop and piece everything together because I’ll know what I’m looking for.

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My dream bedroom is a mix of rustic and sultry, soft finishings; which I believe blend masculine and feminine finishes together well. I’d like for the color pallet to be fairly neutral with a punch of vibrant color and some fun, floral or graphic pattern punch!

To me, this is cozy and relaxing, but fun and reflects my husband and my personality.

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So here are is my Dream Room Wish List!

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Now remember….this is a wish list!

Not necessarily what I’m heading out to buy tomorrow.

We’ll see what we can DIY, what we can find on sale, and what we will splurge on!

But mainly, this just looks wonderful to me and was fun to create!


Headboard/Bed. To start, I’d love for the headboard to be rustic and masculine. This really sets a firm and strong foundation in the room. The headboard in the mood board is the Alexa Reclaimed Wood Bed from West Elm. I also love this Amelie Panel Bed by Kosas Home.

Sheets/Bedding. Next, to soften it up, I’d use this high end Palladium and Platinum bedding set (in ivory) to bring in comfort and elegance, crafted with pure extra-long staple Egyptian cotton. I have always wanted to try some really well made bedding because I imagine it feels amazing! (this is my wish list after all) Frette’s bedding looks so wonderful! This is the Palladium And Platinum Bedding In Ivory.

Throw Pillows. Frette has these amazing looking Velvet Moonlight Decorative Pillows! I would read a book on these in a heartbeat! Velvet is awesome because not only does the material catch the light and add dimension, but the material also adds texture to a space. Made in Italy and so pretty! This Studded Velvet Pillow is by West Elm. It’s studded! I love it! Such texture, and a great color!

Rug. As far as I can tell, Anthropology doesn’t sell this rug anymore, but I linked their Brilliant Poppies Rug, since it also gives an amazing pop of color.

Curtains. I’m sort of in love with these Santina Lace Curtains by Anthro. Vintage looking goodness at it’s best! I’m pretty sure I have a great DIY for these!

Lighting.  This Mobile Chandelier by West Elm is my fave! Katie wants it in gold for her kitchen, and I think black would be perfect for my bedroom since there are a few other black details in the rug and art work.

Side tables. The side table in the moodboard isn’t sourced, but this Gold and White Branch side table by HOUZZ is similar. I love the feminine detail that balances out the masculine headboard. The straight lines and branches still add some masculine, but the white and gold scream upscale and feminine.

Table Lamps. I used something similar to the Morten Table Lamp by West Elm. I’m not totally sold on this lamp, but for the sake of completing the mood board, I used it.

Mirror. I love this faceted mirror. It’s beautiful. It’d be the perfect decoration hung above the side table. (MY SIDE OF THE BED) Not the exact same as the picture, but VERY close!

Art Work. I wanted to add a bible verse or inspirational quote for artwork. People are making such simple and beautiful artwork out of words nowadays. I choose this verse created by MofEHome. You can find more on her Etsy site.

Other Accessories not pictured. I think the ultimate luxury would be to have my coffee in bed, so for that I’d use this Tosca Leather Bed Tray. It’s functional and I love the sleek look.

I would also love to use something similar to this dear head from Overstock.


If you aren’t sure how you want to decorate your room, I encourage you to put together a wish list too, and design a mood board (I use Olioboard). By doing this, you can start to envision what your room will look like, what the feel will be, and will help choose furnishings when you shop (keeps you on target).

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