You know when you come across the most perfect room on Pinterest, your favorite blog, or a magazine and you're like, "WHY AM I NOT A MILLIONAIRE? I WANT THAT"? Well, hopefully "Look for Less" can help. I'm kind of addicted to looking at spaces and figuring out where I could source affordable similar pieces, and I can't wait to share some of my favorites with you.
I stumbled upon this awesome minimalist bedroom on Pinterest and I was able to source it back to International Architecture and Design (a fantastic source). I love the simplicity, the natural light, and the layout. Placing your bed in the center of the room allows it be the focus of the bedroom. This headboard is extra special because it has a fantastic ledge to allot for a desk. The light colors, mix of textures, and clean lines of this room really drew me in.
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I sourced items that mimicked the same color story and lines of the inspiration room. Although the headboard doesn't feature a built in desk ledge, this Parson's desk matches the Ikea Malm headboard above, and would look great placed behind the bed. The best part? If your room doesn't have enough room for your bed to be the center of attention, you can have the same vibe with more flexibility for furniture placement. You can get this whole room for about $1,000!
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To complete the look, I suggest staying with monochromatic pieces. I love the idea of pulling in more silver from the lamps in some of the accent pieces. If you'd like to tie in some color, adding a navy throw blanket and toss pillows would complete your look. If you'd like to stay light and airy, a great cream textured throw blanket and a furry toss pillow could add some visual interest.
I'm always flip flopping between a super minimalist style of space and a very crafty and vintage room. What style of bedroom are you typically drawn to?