Saturday, 23 January 2016

Interiors: Home tour - bedrooms and bathroom

Just time for one last interiors post for this house before we up sticks and move on. This isn't the first time I've said how much this house has meant to me but it may well be the last. Its white walls and understated period features have made for a modestly stylish home, yet none of this is my work! I just moved my stuff in and everything seemed to flow...

The three of us have loved living here - from its perfect location by the water to the friends-for-life neighbours we've been lucky enough to get to know. If only it were a little bigger.

And so, in a couple of weeks, we'll be heading to a new home - still on the waterfront but a bigger property, one in which all seven of us can feel at home. It's a bit of an eighties disaster, which means major projects ahead. But that also means more interiors posts to come, so that's a win for me.

Goodbye little house, we're going to miss you.

My bedroom:  wicker basketpatterned bedspread / watermelon bedlinen / floral pillowcases - vintage Toast icon / green lampridiculous shoes

And I promised you an update on the Leesa mattress review - well, we love it! There's not a great deal more to add. After a week or two of a new plastic smell, the mattress relaxed into the bed frame and fits like a charm. Every night is comfortable, and having a super kingsize bed is pretty much my dream come true. If you're thinking of getting a new bed/mattress, I'd say go for it ;)

Bathroom: most things are vintage nick nacks / hammam towel - these are just the BEST and this Bristol shop is the place to go / soap / plant/pot/crochet baskets

Landing: lampshade

Kids room: Smile print / rosettes / printer's tray / awesome Zoo-ology book


More interiors posts

Dining room tour

Living room tour

How to make a rented house feel like home

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