I always admire rooms filled with effortless pattern mixing. But mixing colors and patterns is nothing I’ve ever excelled at implementing into our own home.
But, I’m working on it. Starting with the master bedroom. Slow, baby steps.
I think decorating the master bedroom is always easy to put off – because nobody really see it besides you. But after we finally got the bed put together and the windmill hung up, it was easy to keep adding small details to the room.
A few wreaths here…
And a few frames there. (I like to keep all our “couple” photos in our bedroom – it seems like the perfect spot for our wedding photos and other special photos and artwork.)
And changing out the bedding for our summer bedding was also a fun way to make an easy change.
Just a few different patterns, but I think it works well. And it makes me smile.
If practice makes perfect, than I’m one step closer to mixing patterns like a pro. One tiny little baby step. And until then, we are able to enjoy a great master bedroom space that feels perfectly “us.”
And that’s the best gift of all.
Some of the links included below are affiliate links, meaning, if you click through and make a purchase I will get a commission (at no additional cost to you).
- Quilt set: Target
- Comforter: Target
- Bed frame: Thrifted (similar)
- Pillows: Gordman’s and Dillards
- Wall lamps: Amazon
- Cordless roman shades: JCPenney
- Half windmill: Decor Steals
- Trio of boxwood wreaths: Decor Steals
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