Alternative title: my little pony bedroom for adults. Today I’m featuring the first bedroom we’ve had here on Style Emulator. This transitional style bedroom is courtesy of Apartment Therapy. If I was a single girl with an apartment in the city, I imagine my bedroom would look something along these lines. Classy, crisp, and carefree. What intrigues me most about this room (besides the horse, of course)–and what I didn’t notice on my first, second, third or fourth glances–is that the only item bringing in color is the bedding. Every other item is sticking to a black/white/gray/gold color scheme. This is the kind of color I can handle. I couldn’t find the exact bedding (this is an older photo), but I was able to put together a few colorful pillows, as well as the rest of this transitional style room, right here:
- Horse print – The pièce de résistance of the room.
- Chandelier – I had a hard time finding a chandelier that emulated the original. I didn’t want one that was too precious or with too much frou frou (i.e. glass crystals). This one does a good job of looking nice, but not being too ornate.
- Starburst – Decor for the nightstand. These look good anywhere.
- Tray – Correction. The color in this room comes from the bedding and this adorable cerulean tray. I love items that have fun sayings on them.
- Bed – This is a gorgeous bed with diamond tufting and nail head trim.
- Night stand – This 3-drawer night stand with circular pulls emulates the original.
- Bench – I’m totally digging this bench. It’s not a piece that would work in every setting, but for this transitional bedroom it fits right in.
- Terrarium – Because every space needs a little greenery–even if it’s just a succulent.
- Lamp – The alabaster base of this lamp is beautiful. Perfect for a bedside light.
- Rug – The scales in this rug emulate the carpet (rug?) in the inspiration photo. It’s available in several different sizes.
- Stool – Because this room is slightly whitewashed, I brought in a stool with a marble pattern to mix things up a bit. See more white options below.
- Candle votive – Every bedroom needs candles. These beauties accent the room nicely.
- Pillow – Here’s the pop of color and pattern I’m talking about.
- Mirror – The cloverleaf shape of this mirror gives the room a bit of dimension.
- Pillow – More color and pattern.
Garden stools have been on trend for a while which is convenient since they’re less expensive than a side table. Below are six white options that would work well in any room. They are all around $95-$120 and most are available in different colors.