HELP! BEDROOM COLOR SCHEMES

We've lived in our house a little over a year now, and it seems like the perfect amount of time has passed to really finish up some of the design schemes. When we finished the renovation [or so we thought] and moved in I knew I wanted to live with it a little bit.. let the house's bones come to life again, and learn what makes us feel the most at home. Its been an interesting lesson, really. When we rented, I think I decorated the apartment - not "our home". I always knew it wasn't going to be for very long, and I just wanted it to look good and be comfortable in the mean time. 

But after living here, purchasing a few investment pieces, and editing the things we have put into place - I'm ready to pull the house cohesively together, not something I gave a whole lot of thought past paint colors when we were renovating [note to self, renovating friends :)] 

I need your help, friends!!! This feels kinda weird and awkwardly out there - just throwing my bedroom right at you. But, here she is... [no judging on the still unpainted window frames].


Now that you've feasted your eyes on that monotone mess, help me decide how I'm going to make it a little more lively and cohere with the rest of my palm beach inspired/accented with blue and or coral house. We're going to start with black + bengal bazaar because its the smallest investment...


Next is blue. I already have this bench, and this would pull up the same blue that is largely in my living room [right down the stairs]...


Third we have coral.. the accent I have used in many places. And because I want an excuse to buy some extra gorgeous bedding from Biscuit...


and yes, I also really want those rope lamps which I have been stalking over at Home Goods for 4+ trips now. 

Which color scheme would you choose?

coral art, bengal bazaar pillows, rug, floral pillows

luxe + lillies: HELP! BEDROOM COLOR SCHEMES

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

HELP! BEDROOM COLOR SCHEMES

We've lived in our house a little over a year now, and it seems like the perfect amount of time has passed to really finish up some of the design schemes. When we finished the renovation [or so we thought] and moved in I knew I wanted to live with it a little bit.. let the house's bones come to life again, and learn what makes us feel the most at home. Its been an interesting lesson, really. When we rented, I think I decorated the apartment - not "our home". I always knew it wasn't going to be for very long, and I just wanted it to look good and be comfortable in the mean time. 

But after living here, purchasing a few investment pieces, and editing the things we have put into place - I'm ready to pull the house cohesively together, not something I gave a whole lot of thought past paint colors when we were renovating [note to self, renovating friends :)] 

I need your help, friends!!! This feels kinda weird and awkwardly out there - just throwing my bedroom right at you. But, here she is... [no judging on the still unpainted window frames].


Now that you've feasted your eyes on that monotone mess, help me decide how I'm going to make it a little more lively and cohere with the rest of my palm beach inspired/accented with blue and or coral house. We're going to start with black + bengal bazaar because its the smallest investment...


Next is blue. I already have this bench, and this would pull up the same blue that is largely in my living room [right down the stairs]...


Third we have coral.. the accent I have used in many places. And because I want an excuse to buy some extra gorgeous bedding from Biscuit...


and yes, I also really want those rope lamps which I have been stalking over at Home Goods for 4+ trips now. 

Which color scheme would you choose?


11 Comments:

Blogger emily said...

I really love all three, but i think i would go with the classic black and white (then you could add some black and white photos, prints, and art around the room as well.


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March 13, 2013 at 11:18 PM  
Blogger Emma (Glitter and Gold) said...

Go with the black!!! Then paint the window frames and door glossy black!!!! So fab!!!

March 14, 2013 at 12:08 AM  
Blogger Gabrielle | Savvy Home said...

With the current pieces in the room I'd go with coral for a pop or color. And I love the rope lamps for some texture. They're gorgeous!

March 14, 2013 at 8:25 PM  
Blogger The Now said...

I love the black and white...I feel like you could even just add some of the pieces to your current bedroom scheme! I am about to start working on our bedroom too! can't wait to see what you do!

March 14, 2013 at 9:51 PM  
Blogger Coco said...

For my bedroom I have chosen a cream, gold and light blue palette. It's warm and relaxing. I've just come across your blog and I'm your newest follower via Bloglovin.
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March 15, 2013 at 9:29 AM  
Blogger Alexis Terzo said...

Why not have a bit of all three colors? Use the coral trimmed bedding, rope lamp, blue bench, and add black and white pics? You could also have one of each color of the coral print pics and tie it all together.

March 28, 2013 at 10:38 PM  
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April 2, 2013 at 3:10 PM  
Blogger Sarah Engel said...

I like the first - the Gray tones, And you could add pops of color! Like coral, maybe with a neutral barber rug? I might go with the lighter lamp shades too;) It's so coming together, I love your headboard!! xx

April 5, 2013 at 11:49 AM  
Blogger Alex said...

Hii stranger!! Love your bedding. I agree with Sarah! Add pops of color that you can inexpensively change if you get tired of them!

April 7, 2013 at 11:34 PM  
Blogger Linenqueen said...

Paper that wall, lighten the floor covering, starch those tired pillow covers, shirrs over the windows so they don't stare back at you, baskets on the lower shelf of the side tables.

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