Happy day after Christmas! Or what I’m dubbing “laziest day of the year.” Unless, that is, you’re one of those crazies out shopping. My plans for today include relaxing in bed for as long as my one year old will let me (so, three minutes) and maybe burning through some gift cards to take advantage of the crazy end of year sales. I figure you may be doing the same, so I bring you one of the most relaxing bedrooms I’ve come across. It
screams whispers serenity. After decking the halls for the past month, I think we can all agree that tranquility is something we need. Especially as we gear up to usher in 2017! Here’s how you can get this misty forest look:
- Mural // PBteen – The best part of this room is the wallpaper. If you can’t/don’t want to go that route, this mural delivers the same misty effect. If you do want the wallpaper, here’s the original. The price doesn’t look too crazy, but I’m no expert in wallpaper or the metric system. See more options below.
- Bed set // Macy’s – I started my hunt for the bedding by piecing together each item individually. Then I came across this 14-piece set. It includes everything in the picture and is currently on sale. Not a bad deal!
- Copper pendant // Target – This pendant emulates the original. It’s on sale, too.
- Nightstand // Overstock – You know I have a love for these gilded cage tables. See the bottom of this post for more options under $200.
- Pillow // Lulu & Georgia – So you probably don’t need another pillow, but we’re trying to achieve maximum relaxation levels here. It also complements the nightstand.
- Rug // Overstock – A grey jute rug that keeps with the calm, relaxed feel. Side note: do you spell it gray or grey? I typically spell it gray, but this rug is “grey.” #fancy
- Knit Throw // World Market – A sweater throw that emulates the original.
- Votive // Anthropologie – A pretty candle holder for your nightstand.
- Vase // H&M – A uniquely shaped vase to hold your flowers. The white bouquet above looks perfect.
- Dish // Lulu & Georgia – A fun little dish to hold your baubles.
Here are a few other non-wallpaper options for the misty forest feel. It’s a mix of prints and murals (the adhesive kind you slap on the wall). Price varies depending on size and type: