The Palm Springs Master Bedroom

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Well it’s been a few weeks in the making, but today I’m finally sharing our Palm Springs bedroom and I’m definitely playing favorites with this one.  While she’s my favorite room now, it was definitely my least favorite for a while and was a real challenge to pull together because the space is so large.  The master bedroom, like the living room, started out with the prettiest pieces from Article.  Y’all, I’m telling you – if you’re into mid-century modern pieces for your home, you can find something (or everything) for every room on Article.

The bed was my first priority, and I originally loved this one with a padded headboard.  Buuuut, I’m indecisive and couldn’t commit to the grey (or any color for that matter) headboard and ended up going with this similar spindle bed.  I love that it’s simple and classic with clean lines.  (Side note – we ordered this king size mattress for right around $400, and I’m OBSESSED with it.  I want to get rid of the more expensive mattress we have in Huntington Beach and replace it with one of these.)

Once the bed was picked out, the dresser, side tables, and accent bench just made sense.  Article. doesn’t have a ton of bedroom furniture options, but for me it just made things easier to pick out.  Once we got the main furniture in place, we realized just how huge the space is.  I knew that I wanted to create a little seating area, but figuring out how was a bit tricky because the room has a full glass wall with sliding glass doors.

We were lucky enough to buy the sofa and big, comfy chair secondhand from a family friend, and I LOVE both pieces.  The chair was originally in the living room (and made its way back there a couple of times) while the sofa got shuffled ALL around the master bedroom.  I just couldn’t figure out where it should go until I realized that we didn’t need or use the glass sliding doors in this room.  In fact the only time they had ever been opened was to move furniture or rugs in and out.

And speaking of rugs…yikes.  The current rug is probably my favorite rug that we own, but it’s also the third one that I bought for this room.  You want to know what’s a smidge annoying?  Getting a rug home, realizing you hate it, and lugging that thing back to the store.  I bought and returned one rug before buying a second one that couldn’t be returned.  Big mistake – I HATED that thing.  So a couple of weeks later I finally bit the bullet, bought another rug, and threw the second one into the outside casita, a perfectly fine spot for it.  And y’all, I love this big cushy cream rug.  (And so does Weeze girl.)

And then there’s the bedding and pillows.  Similar to the rug, this is the third round of bedding that I tried out.  (I told you, I’m indecisive.)  And what do you know, I end up with a solid cream rug and ivory bedding.  #Neutrals4Life  I found this wall art online and thought it’d be the perfect way to tie in the bright chair and add in a little more color, and once it was hung, it made choosing a few pillows so much easier.  (I brought home a TON of pillows, played around with them, and returned what I didn’t need.  There were LOTS of returning trips with this space.)

And then it was just about the finishing touches: an accent table, a floor lamp, a faux plant that I love, and little decorative accessories and books.  I’m really loving the neutral palette of this room with some bold pops of color, and I hate to say it, but I kind of love this room more than our master bedroom at home.  Sooo, now that one’s a work in progress that I’ll be sharing here soon.

Hope everyone has an amazing weekend ahead!

xoxo

Photos thanks to Kelly Peak

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1 Comment on The Palm Springs Master Bedroom

  1. Ginger
    September 22, 2017 at 12:09 pm (4 weeks ago)

    Nikki, I love this bedroom! You did an awesome job decorating it! xoxo

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