I’ve slowly but surely been working on putting together mood boards for every room in our house. It’s my favorite way to gather my thoughts and decide on a direction for each room. So far, I’ve shared with you our Living Room mood board here and it’s the only room in the house that is fully decorated. Coincidence?…I think not! We have lots and lots of updates to do and for a perfectionist like me, it’s been quite the challenge to pick a direction and go with it.
Today, I have tackled another mood board and wanted to share my inspiration for the “closet room” or what could become my dream dressing room.
We have three small bedrooms on the main floor and since our master bedroom is quite small, the adjacent bedroom is serving as extra storage space for what some people might call my shopping problem. Instead of going extremely feminine with the space, I decided to incorporate pops of it with floor to ceiling wallpaper, floral line drawings, some faux fur, and velvet. What more could a girl want? (well I guess I want the boots in this mood board to magically appear in my closet)
I designed the room around this gorgeous green daybed. I’m still not over pretty much every shade of green and this shade of sage is to die for. I would tie it in to the rest of the room with some custom artwork in this shade as well. The other statement piece is THIS MIRROR! I have always had a thing for antique gold mirrors and it would be a shame to have a dressing room without a stunner like this.
I’m always on the hunt for some good pillows and I am in love with the patterns and textures of the ones pictured above. I love that they can transform a room and can be changed out by the season for a completely different feel. Lastly, I wanted to find lighting that was versatile and went with this gorgeous floor lamp. I love these brass sconces to hang on the walls too.
I need this entire room to be very versatile so that if I decide someday that it isn’t going to be just my closet room, I can keep the bones and transform the purpose of the space. For that reason, I chose furniture, rugs, lighting and accessories that could be used years down the road in this room or other rooms. Because someday I might have kids and not just clothes!
As always, thank you for reading!