Dressers: West Elm. Round mirrors: World Market. Setee: Wisteria. Bed: Restoration Hardware. Duvet and pillow covers: Crane & Canopy. Throw pillows: Jonathan Adler (25% off with code FRIENDS). Curtains: Pottery Barn. Curtain Rods: Bold Pole. Nightstands: West Elm. Arched Mirrors: Wisteria. Baskets in nightstands: Homegoods (similar here). Throw blanket: Madison 88 (similar on sale here). Aloe plants: Whole Foods. Candle: Capri Blue. Bassinet stand: Jolly Jumper. Moses Basket: RH Baby. Rug: via Caravan Connection.
As my due date approaches (this week!), I am nesting so hard I figured I should share some of my master bedroom progress. I will be spending a lot of time here in the next couple of weeks and I honestly don’t mind because it has become such a peaceful place. When I started choosing pieces for this room, I knew I wanted to keep it clean, airy, and minimal with beachy and bohemian touches. I am currently awaiting the arrival of these chaise lounges for the balcony, and eventually I would like to add this chandelier. I am loving how it is turning out, and wanted to see if you have any feedback on what else I should put on the walls. Right now, there are five mirrors and my husband says that’s enough. In my defense, I felt the walls needed it since one side of the room is floor to ceiling windows and double doors, and other than that we only have a small oval skylight of sorts. I couldn’t find the perfect full length mirror so I bought an inexpensive solid wood framed one from Homegoods that was on clearance because it was a gross color and painted it the same as the molding for a custom “built-in” look. The craziest new addition is this Moses basket and rocking stand which we finally put together this past weekend. So second baby.
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