Many of you correctly chose option A. The wall sconce is conveniently hung close to the bed, which properly lights the bedroom and saves space on the nightstand for other items.
We randomly chose one person from the comments, and Kirsten is the winner of an HGTV journal. Congrats!
Check back next Wednesday to decorate a new space and for a chance to win another HGTV goodie.
This colorful bedroom features a bedside sconce. Do you know which one belongs from the options below?
Type A, B or C in the comments below, and we’ll reveal the answer tomorrow. One person will win an HGTV notebook — you don’t have to guess correctly for a chance to win.
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I’m a single guy in the market for new bedding. And let me tell you, it is not easy to find a masculine look with some semblance of color. I don’t want all this black, brown and navy blue that I seem to find everywhere — come on, not all dudes are afraid of a brighter hue here and there.
Am I the only person who struggles to find non boring, non floral bedding?
Necessity, they say, is the mother of invention — and when you’re the mother of four kids and a top mommy blogger, designing kids’ rooms that are both fun and functional is a necessity. Enter Rebecca Woolf of Girl’s Gone Child; she’s taking us on a video and photo tour of nurseries and kids’ rooms that offer big design ideas for your little one.
Start by peeking inside the whimsical world of Rebecca’s 10-month-old twin daughters, Reverie and Boheme, to get a taste of her eclectic style:
I’m always on the lookout for new designers to admire and I think I’ve found one in Amie Corley. This eclectic kid’s room she designed is a looker! It’s fun and playful without coming across as too childish, which can be a difficult balance to achieve.
The color and pattern mixing is masterful, plus I love all the whimsical touches like the butterfly art — guess that’s a theme for me? — and lotus lamp. And don’t even get me started on the zebra rocking horse! (Although, I think this Vespa “rocking horse” I found would fit right in here, too.) This is one kid’s room that is definitely cool enough to transition well through their teen years.
Do you ever get the feeling that things would be so much easier if you just had a totally-not-evil twin? If I did, I would dispatch said stylish twin to do half the home projects I had planned, leaving me to actually accomplish the other half. You see, we’ve been enjoying spring at our new house, as well as planting, raking and building flower beds (more on that later!). All this has left our bedroom project languishing a little.
But aside from amassing inspiration and used furniture, we did make one big update: After months of sleeping on the floor, we finally have a new vantage point, in the form of this Danish modern-style bed:
Actually having a centerpiece for the room has motivated me to finish the makeover. This weekend, we’ll be painting the walls a warm gray shade, and adding accents in green, turquoise and yellow. (Sorry, tangerine fans, the brighter palette won out.)
I’ll keep you posted on the progress! To see more about my inspiration for this room, follow my bedroom design board on Pinterest.
Happy Friday, everyone! I don’t know about you, but I couldn’t be happier that this week is drawing to an end. Before we all take off for the weekend, I have some end-of-the-week cuteness to share.
When Cara, a fellow HGTV.com co-worker and working mom, shared with me this adorable wish-list that her 10-year-old daughter wrote for her, I knew I had to share it with all of you.
You see, Emmaline is starting middle school in the fall and Cara told her that they needed to spruce up her bedroom a bit — she’s getting older and her room needs to reflect that. Mom was thinking a new comforter and perhaps organizing Emmaline’s bookshelves. But as you can tell, Emmaline has other ideas.
All of us in the office are backing Emmaline 100%. Her requests seem very reasonable to this design-oriented crew. Cara, this is what you get for taking your work home!
What do you get when you mix Q*bert with a real-life bedroom? Something like this multilevel pyramid, complete with pillows and a built-in bed.
The beauty of this setup is that each new platform surface can be something different: a nightstand, a decorative shelf, or seating. And I’m assuming there’s storage inside the blocks, which is a clever use of vertical space as well. I am slightly concerned about the toddler in this shot, though. As one of the commenters on Desire to Inspire‘s post joked: “The room [...] would ensure only the survival of the fittest! Most kids would be eight feet up the minute your back was turned!” So perhaps this kind of room is best left to those without a stealthy little Danger Baby at home.
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