My bedroom is just the greatest...it's one of the rooms I'm most proud of in my whole house.
That being said, I definitely don't think it's the most decorated or the fanciest.
It is, however, the most us. It is the room where we're the most comfortable. It's the room that has the most sentimental value to me.
Let me explain. ;)
Looking into the room from the hallway.
Our "bedroom set" was a steal - all of it (besides the bedside table) was part of the hotel liquidation I talked about in my living room tour. I painted the headboard and TV cabinet to match our black end table (that we already owned).
Your average bedside table. The picture is one of our engagement shots. And the coasters? Those are actually from Noah's room in his fraternity house. We've been using those things since we've been dating, and I just can't part with them.
I've mentioned in several room tours that I collect Arthur Court elephant pieces, and they are dotted throughout our house. This is the first piece I ever got - it was my birthday present from Noah the year we got married.
Hardy (my dog) sleeps in here too. He's quite comfortable in here as well.
Don't believe me?
I present Exhibit A - chew marks on the comforter...
...and Exhibit B - a big awkward crate. That he doesn't even use anymore.
We bought this painting at a local benefit auction last year. When we saw it, we just thought it was perfect for our bedroom (because of the two windows). We got a really good deal on it, and all of the proceeds went to a good cause!
Noah's baby - his big plasma screen. Surrounded by old VHS tapes - I'm in the middle of transferring my childhood videos to DVD.
My bouquet from our wedding, and an invitation. I just love this. :)
Updated: Several people have asked about where I had this done. I had an absolutely fabulous florist for my wedding that recommended this company do to my floral preservation. They are great - I highly recommend them!
My house has resembled an animal print sweatshop this week.
I'm making animal print curtains for my classroom, as well as solid print (with animal print ribbon) curtains for the open cabinets (have no idea what I'm talking about? Here's my classroom.)
My husband shot this picture of me last night, looking extremely intense and with zero makeup (I am brave to put this on the internet!). It kind of describes me right now - I am in the classroom decorating zone.
And of course, Hardy is helping too. (Or sleeping/walking/chewing on my fabric, whatever you want to call it.)
I was up until 3:30 (yes, 3:30) this morning because I simply could not go to sleep. I had so much on my mind. I have SO much to do in the next 5 weeks...it kind of blows my mind sometimes. But I know it's going to come together (or at least that's what I'm telling myself so I don't go into panic mode).