I have mentioned recently that we are doing a master suite addition on our house. I am having so much fun planning every detail for our new space. This is the mood board for our bedroom. The jumping off point was the Petal Pusher wallpaper by Oh Joy! It will be the feature wall, with the other walls being off-white. One of the walls is almost entirely made of glass, with a huge double-sliding door. But a girl's gotta sleep (and hubs too)! So we are going to have wall-to-wall linen drapes hanging from a track on the ceiling. We have so much light in our house (the giant windows in our den are the main reason we bought this house), and I wanted to continue that for the bedroom.
Other components to the room will be an eclectic mix of modern meets glam to create a relaxing, light and bright retreat. I am dying for this bed from Restoration Hardware!! We currently have a really cool, black, four-poster bed. I love it, but when we moved into this house I realized it is just too large for our little mid-century house with only 8-foot ceilings.
The bedside lamps I already have. They are probably my most cherished possession. Back in my fashion art directing days, we used them for a photo shoot. I fell in love with them, and the photographer and prop stylist were soooo sweet to have them sent to me once I returned home. The tiny photo on here does not do them justice!
For pops of color in the cream and gold room, I plan to use artwork. I adore this painting and feel horrible that there is absolutely no credit on the pin I found on Pinterest as to who the artist is. But one of my cousins is a wonderful artist, and I hope to have her do a portrait of my three kiddos in this sort of abstract style. I would also love to get a print by Lulie Wallace. Her use of color and pattern is gorgeous! The one I have shown would go perfectly with the bedding from West Elm - which they no longer even have, so I am super-happy that I bought it a couple months ago when I first saw them.
Hopefully, our reno will be complete in the next six weeks or so. That gives me time to find vintage nightstands and a dresser, like these, to complete the look. There is a fabulous vintage store in Birmingham (where I live), called Soho Retro, where I hope to find them. I will try to post some pics of our house in progress soon.
shown:  Petal Pusher wallpaper - Hygge & West ,  Jonathan Adler Sputnik - Lumens,  West Elm bedding (no longer available),  artwork by unknown artist,  Chesterfield Upholstered Sleigh Bed - Restoration Hardware,  my own antique lamps,  Lulie Wallace print,  my own antique rug,  mid-century nightstands,  Martini Side Table - West Elm,  my own chair from Joss & Main, [11b] throw pillow,  Emery Linen Drape - Pottery Barn,  campaign dresser