Decor Interiors

Bedroom Inspo

April 22, 2015

With theΒ wedding coming up so quickly (only 16 weeks left!) Eoin and I have been talking a lot about where we want to live, and what we want out of an apartment. We both love the urban, rustic look with exposed brick, antique windows, and external pipes; however, that can be really pricey or come with outdated appliances and/or tiling and paneling. So, we’ve been looking at more traditional and minimal style apartments instead since those are more readily available with the amenities we are looking for within our price range.

I am the type that always has to nest immediately once I move into a place. I always feel very stressed and uncomfortable in a place that feels messy or uncoordinated. I like to have a plan for any space before moving in, so that my mind is at ease from the beginning.

This will be Eoin and I’s first apartment together, so I’ve been working on ways to combine both of our styles and creating a mood that is comfortable yet not too masculine or feminine. I have been referring to this post from Lauren Conrad about making a home as a couple. It has some great and easily implementable ideas.

Today, I wanted to share with you my vision for the bedroom. I wanted it to look clean and inviting, but not too feminine. I also, have to consider creative closet solutions, since it seems inevitable that any one bedroom we find is not going to have a big enough closet for the both of us. Let me know if you have any tips and tricks!











ChandelierΒ / Headboard / Side Table / Rack / Wall Sconce / Throw Blanket / Terrarium / Gold Throw Pillow / Striped Throw Pillow / Peony Arrangement / Mirror / Moon Poster / Chair / Tray / Candle / Sheets



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  • Reply Jackie April 22, 2015 at 2:33 am

    You are my hero. I love this post. It’s so honest and practical and gives solutions for everyday “problems” that apply to so many people. It has also inspired me to look for more creative solutions to fit into my small living space and to stop putting it off because it DOES stress me out not having a finished living space. Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Reply afitoffancy April 22, 2015 at 2:35 am

      Thanks Jackie! Let me know if you need any feedback/help making those tough decor choices!

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