My Bedroom Design and Why It Matters
I think my hobby for interior designing began when I was a teenager. I spent a lot of time in my room, so much so that I had a burning desire to make it feel like "me" as much as possible. At that time, of course, the only resources I had were magazines, so you bet I had all my celebrity crushes lined up on my wall, HAH! When I got to college I still had limited resources to decorate my space in a way that I could connect with it, but I always did my best and loved the outcome.
Flash forward to today- being in the mental health field and yoga and meditation community, I am a huge advocate for creating space for yourself that gives energy to your highest self. I knew that moving from Los Angeles to Colorado would be such a big change and transition that I was desperate to make my home truly feel like as much of a home as possible. I plan to share other rooms of my home in the upcoming weeks, but for now, I want to share with you my new bedroom.
The bedroom furniture (bed frame, dresser and nightstand) is from Rove Concepts. I was thrilled when they agreed to partner with me and trusted in my vision. Their furniture always resonated with me as a person, with modern and simple vibes. The quality of their pieces are so detailed- you can tell that whomever built it, did it mindfully. And that energy transitions in to my room and the way that I sleep. The more I feel at home in my space, the more I feel safe, supported and comfortable to get my best sleep. What you bring into your home matters. Knowing that I would be starting a Monday through Friday 8-5 position, I invested in making this space one that I can connect with and be excited to come home to.
More on my designing process... Honestly, I just wing it. I did a lot of scrolling through the internet and scanning through stores and only picked things that I felt would really bring the room together and connect with the other pieces. Of course, plants are always a must for me, so that was a given. I placed everything in the room slowly, one by one, without a specific plan, but a general idea. Safe to say, I love it. If I have any advice for someone looking to decorate their space, it would be this: make sure that what you pick out resonates with who you are. Pick pieces that feel like "home." For details on some pieces, scroll through to the end. If pieces are not listed, it's because I cannot find the links to them. xo
Click the pieces below to get the links to them: