Bedroom details: (if it’s pink, you can click on it to shop the item!)
Bedding & Pillows:
Nordstrom at Home “Chloe” duvet cover in white
DKNY hot pink pillows
Kate Spade “Hello” pillow
Greek key pillows by Jill Sorensen, similar here
Leopard pillow by Society Social, similar here
Gold dot pillow by Caitlin Wilson Designs, similar here
Wallflower wall art
Fringe Studio “Best Day Ever” coffee mug
Monogrammed gold jewelry dish
Loloi zebra stripe rug
Sunburst mirror, Home Depot
Mirrored nightstands and lingerie chest, One Kings Lane
Tufted headboard and bed, Joss and Main
Lilac vanity, PB Teen
Design Classics crystal chrome table lamps, Amazon
Let’s get started by talking about the bedding… bedding is important because it “anchors” the room, and you will build your color palette around it. I knew I wanted white bedding so that I could easily switch out the pillows when I wanted to change up the look of the room… I love this Chloe duvet cover by Nordstrom at Home – the flower pattern is GORGEOUS in person, and you also don’t have to worry about wrinkles! For pillows, I love pattern mixing. Nordstrom has a huge selection of pillows, but I went with hot pink shams, a little leopard, some gold dots, and my favorite pillow of all, the “Hello” pillow by Kate Spade.
For the rest of the furniture, I went with white and mirrored pieces (again, neutrals). One thing worth pointing out – the wallflower wall art above my bed is really inexpensive (only $30) and makes a huge difference in the appearance of a room. Plus they are really easy to adhere to the wall – there’s a small sticker on the back of each one, so you don’t need any additional tools to hang them up. Nordstrom also has some really great wall art & mirrors – and they offer free shipping!
SO that’s it, y’all! If you have any questions, let me know in the comments. Also – if you like my apartment posts, let me know so that I can work on some more!