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Pinterest is the greatest tool for inspiration and ideas when it comes to making your bedroom the place you most want to hang out. If you're not familiar with this social network, it's an addicting online space where people save images from around the internet, like a virtual scrapbook— where it’s easy to share your ideas with family and friends. You'll find lots of inspiration with recipes, wedding ideas, quotes, and fashions in addition to all the gorgeous home décor inspiration…and our personal favorite space, the bedroom.
Our Pacific Coast page features a collection of bedroom inspirations curated from the best boards on Pinterest to help you create a room that fits you perfectly. We’ve even included some of our favorites below. Enjoy!
We enjoy the subtle blues, pinks and natural textures Rachel mixes and matches to give her Bedroom boards a light, bright and calming feel. Check out her page, but only if you have a bit of time. She has curated so many beautiful boards, you’ll get lost in them.
Choosing a cohesive color palette is a step that people often skip but it makes all the difference in your decorating success. This board has combinations that evoke all the feelings you might want to have in a bedroom retreat. From earthy, warm tones that will warm your heart on a chilly night to cool blues to help you unwind after a hard day, there are so many lovely palettes that inspire.
At Pacific Coast, we love the versatility of white bedding and these designers do too! The collection of boards by Natalie and Kim has classic inspirations in a variety of styles for how to decorate all white or add a pop of color to your white bed.
For those looking for an industrial or mid-century flare, Homegirl London has some fun styling ideas. Think metal, wood and subtle neutrals with a light and airy feel, a good choice for Northern climates that don’t get a lot of sun in the winter. Cushions, throws and big knits soften the look for the ultimate snuggly space to relax with a summer book or hunker down in the winter.
We appreciate Melissa for her down-to-earth approach to making a home you love. She has a transitional style mixed with a little farmhouse and coastal, which results in an everyday cozy feel. Her simple suggestions bring warmth to a space for that welcoming lived-in feel that makes you feel like you’re home. If you like her Pinterest board, also check out her blog for fun styling tips as well as her book.
For our own approach to getting cozy at any time of year, don't forget to follow us on Pinterest!