This bed. It’s the kind of bed I’ve been pining after for a couple of years. About three years ago we built our own bed as a knock off from one we loved by West Elm. The kids sort of tore apart the headboard and we threw it away when we moved. Apparently it’s really fun to pull tufted buttons out… especially if Mommy has no idea how to sew them in tightly. Then during the move to this the house got badly damaged and all the fabric came off the platform. It wasn’t a huge priority so we lived with it for a year and a half but I always had my eyes on these gorgeous tufted linen wingback beds… Monika Hibbs had one I adored but well… I’m not spending $3500 on a bed no matter how heavenly it is… especially when we have a multiple spaces to finish renovating. Then I found this bed at Jjoss + Main. It was considerably cheaper than Monika’s bed and had all the aspects that I loved: linen, medium gray coloring, wingback and no nailhead trim. I paid more to get no nail head trim but I’m positive it was worth it (there was a cheaper more similar model with nailhead that we opted against). I love walking into our room now and seeing this grownup looking bed. We ordered it with the mind set it would one day be in the master bedroom someday so everything looks a little big for this space… and the only spot where our nightstands and bed fit is right in front of the window.
We are now in the guest bedroom. Right before we brought the twins home the kids and I took all the wallpaper off the walls. Before you think my room looks relaxing and spa like just take a look at the walls that were primed under the wallpaper. I still have to pick out a paint color, hang curtains and artwork but you’ll see all of that in the reveal the beginning of May.
One more of one of the most relaxing rooms in the house: