Monday, 6 April 2015

Bedroom tour






Bed, Ladder Shelves and Dressing Table - Amazon | Plant, Shelves, Bedding, Map print - Ikea | Mirror, Soft Furnishings, Buddha head - Homesense* | Other soft furnishings - Next*, Vintage, Primark and Urban Outfitters

I tried to be as helpful as possible and list where most things are from but I've been accumulating all this junk for years so it's been a tad tricky to remember where things are from exactly! I'm not at all an interior blogger and I don't plan to become one anytime soon but this blog post has been requested a few times (which doesn't happen often) so I thought I'd finally share it with you all. If you don't like clashing patterns, fairy lights or Disney Land memorabilia then look away now...

I'm a firm believer in making your bedroom as personal as possible, a place to unwind and relax. I've got an anything goes policy, if I like it then its a keeper. I like to look around my bedroom and feel happiness and nostalgia from my surroundings. I find this especially important if you live in a shared house or with parents or don't have the option to decorate any other rooms. 

I moved house in December and it's only within the past few weeks I've fully settled into my space. Sometimes it's just a candle here and there to complete things. I also owe a huge thank you to Homesense for helping me make my new room feel a lot more homely, my favourite place for interior bits n' bobs!

I hope you like it and I'm more than happy to hear your suggestions on favourite interior stores, I'm particularly a sucker for candles, mugs and anything copper! 
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