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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Inspiration Tuesday: Canopied Romance



image taken from goodhousekeeping.com
I love the simplicity of this room and the romance. This would be a beautiful look in a master bedroom, a little girl's room, or even for a guest bedroom. So ethereal and serene. Obviously the bed makes this room, without it the room would just be ho-hum. The good news is that the furniture in this room is painted, so you could find deals in secondhand shops and perhaps on Craigslist to pull together a similar look.
Here is a new version of this four poster canopy bed, but it will cost you a pretty penny. Then you could hit up places like Target for the bedding (this set is oh so feminine) and lamps, and order a sheer canopy set here from Overstock. If you couldn't find a second hand set of nightstands, this one from Pottery Barn has a similar look. The wallpaper in this room is beautiful and understated, much like this beautiful pattern from Ballard Designs.
So what do you think? Does this style speak to you at all? Are a ruffles and lace kind of girl, or more of a plain Jane? Is there an element of this room that you would work into another style of room all together?

1 comments:

Jenny @ Anything Pretty January 13, 2010 at 9:31 PM  

I love love canopy beds and I am dreaming about a new one for our master. But to fit the style of the rest of our house and the room we will be looking for a more simple shape. If I was designing a room just for me (or for a little girl) I would love the lace and ruffles.

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