best of: peaceful easy feeling.
by victoria comment

3/28/19

easy bedroom decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybay

as you may have seen on instagram and a few pics here, i’m always changing up my bedroom and it feels much more peaceful to me. i’m aware my bedroom design now is much looser so to speak — sprinklings of vintage treasures i really love, like the funky lighting pendant from an old church, my mid-century modern dresser, and a crochet bed throw, but i just need to realize this is me. this is how i really like it — a mismatched collection of vintage belongings that makes me happy — that actually mean something special to me. i get those vibes from these spaces and i thought you might, too. they’re peaceful, easy and a little bit un-designed.

my bedroom makeover with white walls and vintage treasures. / sfgirlbybay

corner bedside table with vintage mirror and light. / sfgirlbybay

scandinavian-inspired bedroom decor with wood wardrobe cabinet. / sfgirlbybay

white walls and french doors in minimalist bedroom. / sfgirlbybay

curated vignette with seashells and small framed prints. / sfgirlbybay

relaxed bedroom decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybay

framed vintage prints hung with wooden beads on white wall. / sfgirlbybay

white-washed bedroom decor with modern lighting. / sfgirlbybay

relaxed bedroom decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybay

plywood platform bed with simple white bedding. / sfgirlbybay

relaxed bedroom decor with simple wood bed frame with white bedding. / sfgirlbybay

white bedroom with unique art and small fireplace. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist modern bedroom with yellow and wood details. / sfgirlbybay

peaceful easy feeling bedroom furnishings. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credit in order of appearance: hazel & scout; sfgirlbybay; architectural digest espana; the fine store; fantastic frank; remodelista; 1st dibs; hazel and scout; merci paris; absinthe minded magazine; one kings lane; april & may; zulu & zephyr; apartment therapy; rue; sabon home; domino; bolig; truck furniture; trend spotting; apartment therapy; laure joliet photography for domino.

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