At 10' x 11' it is a small room, but it gets great light.
Since it's not my every day room, I took some liberties to go a little girly and fun. The walls are a soft pink (Benjamin Moore’s “Sunlit Coral,") and I have accents of blue and magenta throughout.
I think its important to decorate with what you love.
And I love ethnic textiles, gold accents, rich color and quirky art.
Everything goes together, but nothing is matchy-matchy.
Since my room is so narrow, wide nightstands were not an option.
Instead, I mixed and matched odd wood end tables that I own.
This elephant table is a happy moment in an otherwise tight corner.
To keep the room feeling light and open, I avoided bulky furniture.
Since guests only typically stay for a few nights, I didn't put a dresser in here.
There is, however, a large blown up picture of my pug, Bailey.
As I mentioned before, I wanted this to be a happy space, so I filled it with a mix of art and color.
I didn't worry so much about using too much pink or gold.
I am much more serious and neutral downstairs.
Mirrors are an essential piece for me in a room.
I just love reflecting light and catching extra glances of the bed pillows.
Sometimes the best part of a room is a small little detail, so I will leave you with a few of my favorites...
Thanks for taking a tour with me and thank you, Paloma, for having me over. I hope you enjoyed!