The key to a beautiful white bedroom is all in the styling. What you choose to put in a white room will either make or break the finished look. It can really take some skill to make a white room look cozy but I have to say that Amber Interiors makes this difficult task look effortless.
Today’s mood board is inspired by a peach and indigo styled bedroom that Amber did for her Summertime Siesta post over on her blog. I love the peach pillow and indigo mudcloth combination. That, along with the solid white mudcloth, are the driving force behind the color palette for this room.
But, the fun doesn’t stop there. French oak flooring and a light maple bed add the earthy touch of wood tones to the design. Then, indoor plants and a reclaimed wood side table create interesting layers to the room. And, as if that wasn’t enough, white sheer curtains and a light stone gray blanket ramp up the cozy vibe even further.
These are the decor pieces I used to create the mood board above…
1. Soho Accent Table | 2. Indoor Plant | 3. Solid Peach Pillow – White Mudcloth Pillow | 4. Indigo Mudcloth PIllow – Coral Decorative Pillow | 5. Calvin Bed | 6. Sheer Fabric | 7. French Oak Flooring | 8. Belgian Linen Bedding
Of course, no ‘Get the Look’ post is complete without a tall, pinnable mood board with matching paint palette. And, what a beautiful paint palette it is! I also added an option for the linen roman shades, rattan chairs and sheepskin throw. All of these pieces are beautiful but I have to say, the #7 art print is my favorite.
1. White Mudcloth Pillow | 2. Solid Peach Pillow | 3. Indigo Lumbar Pillow | 4. Coral Decorative Pillow | 5. Linen Roman Shade | 6. Soho Accent Table | 7. Aspens at Altitude Print | 8. Calvin Bed | 9. Indoor Plant | 10. Belgian Linen Bedding | 11. French Oak Flooring | 12. Sheer Fabric | 13. Indigo Mudcloth Pillow | 14. Sheepskin Rug | 15. Rattan Rocking Chair
If you like this look, you might also like my Pantone Blooming Dahlia product roundup.
What’s your favorite part of this design? Is it the vintage style bentwood chairs? Or, is it the mudcloth pillow combo that gives you all the feels?