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Decorate This Space is back for the new year, and we’re kicking it off with a cozy bedroom. Can you guess which set of bed pillows belongs on the bed?

Decorate This Bedroom

Type A, B or C in the comments section, and we’ll reveal the answer tomorrow. One lucky winner will win a fire log carrier made by DIYNetwork.com’s blog, Made + Remade featured Creative Genius, Ariel (Or you can make one yourself with these step-by-step instructions).

Choose A, B or C

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586 Responses

  1. Iluwaw says:

    A will make all the happy difference in this neutral room!

  2. Patricia Purkey says:

    I would pick C. The colors are soft and that is what you need to relax before you go to sleep.

  3. Jean Alexander says:

    I would use A and add that pop of color.

  4. Vicki kells says:

    C is it !!!!

  5. betsybearles says:

    B/C ;)

  6. Victoriacan says:

    Definitely A. Choice B has great texture, but is too monochromatic. Choice C is pretty, but not bold enough for this heavily textured room with it's light cotton fabric. A accentuates the bed as a focal point and adds interest. The patterns work well since they are in the same 'size' family.

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