Dreamy Creamy Bedrooms

Lately, I’ve been rethinking our master bedroom and what I can do to make it feel more like a wonderful retreat. You know…a room that people pay high dollar for. You know those people? We are not talking Motel 6 people or Budget Inn people. If that’s your people, then that’s perfectly okay if your people like those kinda bedrooms. I am looking for something different than that, though…

Currently in our bedroom, we have deeper colors, which I love; but I also love creamy whites. Ya just cant go wrong with creams and whites. It makes the bedroom so peaceful and relaxing. I am sooo drawn to it.

We COULD go on vacation to a place like that…Actually, no we can’t leave right now! Money is tight and there is too much going on at home. What if we used some vaca moolah to fix up our bedroom? We are to the point now to where we’d much rather spend the money on our home where we spend most of our time – instead of burning it up within just a few days of vacationing. Mmm…so this sounds tempting. Now where did I leave that vaca money at? I need to keep looking around for it – and for more design inspiration.

Our family is probably different than most families around here, too, because…we actually have our two youngest ones rooming in with us. That is a whole ‘nother post, but suffice it to say, we couldn’t be happier with the living arrangement. The girls are both still so young and they will be moving into their own bedroom together in due time. For now, though, I definitely have to think about the roles that them and their lil’ beds play in this space of our home…

Does your master bedroom look and feel like a peaceful retreat?

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11 thoughts on “Dreamy Creamy Bedrooms

  1. Actually after 19 years of thinking of doint it, we did redo our bedroom. We tried to go with a Charleston type theme since that was where we spent our 1st and 2nd honeymoon. We love it and it does become a retreat. Kudos to you for wanted to do this early on!

  2. There are aspects of our room that are quite serene and peaceful, but the truth is, we don’t have enough storage space in our house for some items and sadly our room seems to be the one that kinda suffers for it. We only really use our bedroom to sleep and dress, so its lack of complete spa-ness doesn’t get to me completely. The next move we make (hopefully to our first home!) will definitely lend itself more to the changes we would like to make to the space.

    Oh, and you’re not the only one who has been known to room-in with their own kids. 😉
    .-= Skooks´s last blog ..Another Little Owl Teether for a New Baby Girl =-.

  3. I’d LOVE to have our bedroom a cozy oasis. I like our actual bed and dresser…but the walls are blah, our comforter is blah…Someday I will make it cozy in there…

    I love the beds at Hilton hotels…they are SO cozy…and would love some day to buy the set. They cost a gazillion dollars, though
    .-= stacy di´s last blog ..sweet note pads. =-.

  4. :) If you want lotsa white fabric on the cheap, we used twin white flat sheets…they were either $1.99 or $2.99 each. I bought 4 of them to make some really flowy curtains in our living room. Just sewed two together for each side (four panels sewed into 2 for one window), they are very full. It is a nice look for about $8-10! :) You could try dying them if you want off white or cream. I love the look of crisp white though! :) I’ll try to post pics on my blog later. We did a khaki, aqua, and white “theme” in our living room.

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