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Gen's Beautiful Bedroom in Detail

I was happy to hear so many of you loved Gen's bedroom tour yesterday - it is such a fantastic space! I'm not sure how she actually gets up and leaves each day (I'd want a duvet day everyday, how about you?!). As promised, here's the low down on those fabulous prints and a few other details! 


Gen moved away from medium grey, plums and black (see the before here) to a softer, lighter pallette using the wall colour SPACE by Jotun Lady Pure Colour. This hue provided a perfect backdrop for some beautiful items like the ones below:


1. Kristina Krogh - Pieces No 01 / 2. Curvilinear Mid-Century Sconce / 3. Cushion cover STRIPES - Nordal / 4. Duvet cover.


The beautiful Feather 02 print by Rikke Hass Christensen with Oak Frame rests on the floor underneath a rack of wooden hooks.


I love a white on white vignette and this one works really well due to the textures at play - gloss and matt / smooth and striped!

GET THE LOOK




1. Vapeur Table Lamp / 2. Welcome To The City Of Champions Poster

I hope today and yesterday's post has given you a few ideas for your own home. As always, if you're wondering about any other details just give me a shout in the comment section below!

Have a lovely day!


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LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. I could take over her bedroom; it's so serene, but interesting. I have been stalking Kristina Krogh's art since I've seen this. She has so many beautiful prints.

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    1. I love Kristina Krogh's work too. Her Noon print is hanging on my bedroom wall, so happy with it!

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  2. Rikke Hass Christensen's Feather 02 creation is also cool! It reckons a mild, supple, relaxed feeling inside the room.

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    1. Love the way you describe the Feather 02 - spot on!

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