I know that I posted earlier that I was taking some time off to relax after a
stressful day yesterday, however it's 3:00 am and I can't sleep so have
been looking at decorating pics. I just came up with the idea that if I
look at pics of cozy bedrooms that maybe it will be an insomnia cure.
This bedroom is so charming and looks so cozy to me. It reminds me of
a bedroom that I was lucky enough to stay in when I used to visit my
friend in London. My friend lived in a three story townhouse and there
was a tiny little guest room on the third floor that was tucked under the
eaves much like this one. It was heaven to be a guest in that room!
Now isn't this cozy? I am imagining that I am going to climb into that
upper bunk and snuggle in for the night. While I was in college my
roommate and I had the cutest room with bunk beds. Mine was the top
bunk. Oh how I remember late nights trying to keep my eyes open while
reading for a class while lounging on that top bunk.
This bedroom in Tina's Cherry Hill Cottage is so cute. I don't know about you,
but I always think that a twin bed looks more cozy and comfy than a larger
one. Vintage chenille brings a sweet dreams touch to a bed too.
I could start talking about that darling plate collage on the wall, but
I am trying to keep on my insomnia cure mission.
My grandmother had the sweetest wallpaper in her bedroom. I loved it.
I don't think my grandma ever had insomnia. Oh how I miss her! She
was totally adorable and had the best sense of humor. Maybe I should
try to find a wallpaper that reminds me of the one in grandma's bedroom.
Speaking of grandmas ~ look at this sweet granny square afghan.
Perfection! Paired with a stack of charming pillows and the room softly
lit by an adorable lamp with it's fabric shade on a cute little night stand.
I am starting to yawn and that's a good thing.
Dim lights and a teddy bear ....
I am starting to nod off.
Sweet Dreams Everyone!
Susan and Bentley