I like the way the headboard fills this tall narrow space. It was one tough diy, though. Think long and hard before you undertake this project. You will burn your fingers with hot glue more times than you can count and you'll absolutely go out of your mind from the tedium! But if you insist, I will show you how I did it in a post tomorrow.
Happy bedding. Love the pattern mix. The lights are cool; we still need some Edison bulbs for them. Bonus: they're on dimmers for soft lighting when you want it.
Confession: my client says guests will actually rarely stay all the way up here on the third floor. Instead she'll mostly use this as her getaway room, for reading and just quiet moments away from the kids. I think this cozy spot is just perfect for that.
Moving around the room, I had no idea what to do with this little niche. I like some display here with the recycled glass vases. It would have been a good idea to paint out the nook a bit darker. And the vases do need some greenery! I'm not going to win any styling awards, I know.
I was lucky to find this petite turquoise lamp that's short enough to fit under the eaves. We were also lucky to keep the client's antique dresser. Due to the tricky small layout of the room, I chose a runner instead of a regular rug. It works perfectly for the awkward layout.
Every room needs a bit of storage and bit of seating. We borrowed this chair from the girls' room, where it was honestly just getting in the way of play. It's much prettier up here. And we had other ideas for this mirror, but it works so well here, we could not resist.