T.G.I.T – Bedrooms

I searched the web for a few of the prettiest, most soothing bedrooms I could find as inspiration for my own. I was thinking I wanted green as my accent color- but after choosing these pictures, I think it’s pretty obvious what color I’m drawn to!

This first room is precious. My favorite two things are the horizontal boards behind the headboard (just like my Guest Room!) and the darling little chandelier. I love the thought of a really fancy chandelier over a bed.
I am SO anti ceiling fans. I mean, really, who wants a four foot by four foot appliance that’s shaped like a gigantic spider hanging from the ceiling? It looks like a helicopter crashed into the roof of our house! >:-P
I am ripping down every one by the time I’m done here.
Mark my words, it won’t be long before someone finds another, less bulky way to circulate the air in our rooms, and then we’ll all look back and go, “Gosh, remember when we all had those HUGE PROPELLERS hanging down in the middle of the room!?”


This second bedroom is one of my favorites that Candice Olson has ever done.
Again, LOVE the chandelier. The treatment she did on the ceiling is to die for.
The palette is so soothing and the amount of space is perfection. Lucky homeowner!!

You can’t see too much of the room on this last one, but I was really drawn to the windows. There’s something so dreamy about having two windows butted up to each other in the corner like that. And all the little panes make me despise my “modern” windows. The glass float on the bedside table is such a neat idea. I must remember to do that, somewhere. The table itself is incredible too. Don’t ya just WANT it!?

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Comments

  1. THE TATTERED NEST says

    It would be a dream to have Candice Olson do a room…she is the best! I love that bedroom! so soothing…

  2. Linda at Lime in the Coconut! says

    Nice rooms!

    I happen to like ceiling fans…especially the old wood and dark ones. So “cat on a hot tin roof” or slow southern summer evenings! But i’m fairly new to the south and the heat.

  3. Magpie Interior Design says

    What I wouldnt give for that bed in the third pic! The headboard and footboard are gorgeous!!! (And I totally think you need to rip out another wall and expose some more panelling like in your guest room! LOL)

    ~Stacy

  4. Michele says

    I loved that episode of Divine Design too! Candice Olson is the goddess of design! Great inspiration photos!

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