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Bedrooms for a Rainy Day

It’s raining here in DC today and I don’t particularly feel like doing anything that involves getting out of bed so today’s post will be dedicated to bedrooms. Like the bathroom, I feel like the bedroom should be a calming oasis. A place that welcomes you with open arms and reassures you that everything will be okay after a good night’s sleep. A few requirements for my perfect bedroom are good pillows, white sheets, a duvet, a soft rug and lots of natural light for the sunny day and accent lighting for the rainy ones. I love bedrooms that are simple and crisp but I also like those that are moody and dark. A few common misconceptions about bedroom design are that all your casework (nightstands, dressers) and table lamps have to match or that all your finishes have to be the same. And while you should try to maintain some consistency to tie the room together, it is not necessary that everything come from the same store or have the same look. Take a peek at my picks and comment which bedrooms you like the best and why.

Hotel bedroom at the St. Regis New York

Photo via travelweekly.com

Interior Design by Amy D. Morris Interiors. Photo via AtlantaHomesMag.com

Love the live edge headboard and the black grasscloth wallpaper on this Atlanta home of Kevin and Lee Kleinhelter.

Photo via AtlantaHomesMag.com

Another view from the Kleinhelter project. The pop of turquoise on those chairs is so unexpected! I live for it!

Photo via AtlantaHomesMag.com

The mix of neutrals in this bedroom designed by Wendy Labrum Interiors is soothing and inviting. The bed looks like a perfect place to take a nap!

Photo via decorpad.com

The cool seafoam green of the natural fiber wallpaper in this bedroom is definitely a call to relaxation. Designed by House of Jade Interiors.

Photo via houseofjadeinteriors.com

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