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Ten Blogger Bedrooms

Its that time of year when everyone want a little refresh, maybe a bit of a clearout of stuff that is no longer”us”. Where better to start than with your bedroom?

Today I’m sharing with you ten of the prettiest blogger bedrooms which I think you’ll agree, are so inspiring.

First up is Kirsty’s blue wonder. She is in the middle of what sounds like a HUGE renovation of a place in Margate. Her home is going to be a feast of colour for the eyes when it is finished, and it has so many period features inside, I swoon every time I see what she is up to next. This shot is in her bedroom where there is this gorgeous old fireplace and the tiles in the hearth are to die for!! Go see at Fashion For Lunch.

blogger bedrooms fashion for lunch

This next one is home to possibly the best bed I’ve seen! It belongs to Kat Got The Cream  I’d feel like a Princess waking up in this every morning. Seriously, I’d be expecting to be woken by birds on the window ledge outside, who’ve also just thrown together a ballgown!

The bed dominates the bedroom but in the best way possible. Kat has focused on making the bedroom as relaxing and cosy as possible without skimping on a little luxury here and there. A mixture of vintage a modern is always a winner in my book.

blogger bedrooms kat got the cream

Speaking of amazing beds, this next one is completely handmade. That’s right, a handmade bed! How brilliant is that!  Ashley from Lazy Daisy Jones has only just shared this on her blog.

Her clever husband made the bed, that man has some serious carpentry skills and actually I think this is a rather romantic thing too- your partner designing and creating something with their hands, something that will hopefully last you the rest of your lives together. I promise to link the the post for you so you can read all about the finer details .

blogger bedrooms lazy Daisy Jones handmade bed.

If you fancy going over to the dark side then how about this for a bedroom to aspire to. So grown up, so chic and so glamorous. I can totally picture a sixties film star having this has her boudoir- perhaps even Liz Taylor. This beautiful bedroom room belongs to Kimberley from Swoonworthy, the clue is in the title right? She has completely renovated an Edwardian terrace house and I think her Master Bedroom is one of the highlights. That headboard!! *swoons*

blogger bedrooms swoonworthy
dark walls and mustard velvet headborad with gold fittings glam bedroom

Another lover of the dark side (I’m talking paint colours here in case you are wondering!) is Karen from Making Spaces, who is a big fan of using vintage in the home too. She is an interior designer by day and most of her projects feature on her blog Making Spaces. I’m smitten with her own bedroom seen here, those inky blue walls just highlight the art work and vintage furniture so well. She has almost turned me to the dark side of the paint world, but I’ve not quite given in yet!

blogger bedrooms making spaces

Possibly the lightest and brightest bedroom of the bunch here is Lori’s from Wild & Grizzly. She is lucky enough to have a huge bay window that lets the beautiful natural daylight and period features such as the sash windows, and high ceilings. She has maximised the feeling of space in this room by keeping the palette almost neutral with the softest blush pink (Pink Ground by Farrow & Ball) on the walls. There’s a few mini DIY’s in this bedroom that I think you’ll like too!

blogger bedrooms wild and grizzly
If light filled rooms are your thing, with lots of white space, then this next one is for you. Katy Orme from Apartment Apothecary has created a really restful space, but still managed to make it personal by including family heirlooms, books and plants. These add texture, colour and character in what otherwise might be seen as a minimalists dream. I admire the way Katy incorporates plants into all rooms of her home, it really gives a sense of life and creates a really happy, homely vibe.

old chair white walls and hanging plants in bedroom

I love Bianca from French For Pineapple‘s bedroom, a return to the Dark Side here, but it seems so light and bright still. I guess it is down to which way the room faces, if you can get away with dark walls.

What really stands out here is the gallery wall. The ever so slightly adult nature of the pictures and photographs is perfect for a grown up space. Set into a vignette with the vintage chest of drawers it looks straight out of a boutique hotel.

gallery wall in bedroom with vintage drawers

This next one is so deliciously girly I could eat it up! Karen Barlow is a stylist and has a rather gorgeous home. Her bedroom is like the fondant on the cake. Pink seems to appear frequently in these bedrooms doesn’t it (this is Pink Ground again by Farrow & Ball)! Lots of thrifted and carboot bargains feature in here. How cute is that little Pom Pom trim stool!

Karen’s home featured on Design Sponge a while ago- go have a peek.

feminine bedroom

And last but not least- mine!! Well I just had to didn’t I?

Another pink wall here, and I’ve never been that into pink but it really works in a bedroom. It feels so restful and calm in here. Read more about my bedroom here.

old fashioned susie pink bedroom

So which one is your favorite?

Any of these inspired you to makeover your bedroom?

*All images used here with kind permission of the bloggers, thanks ladies

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18 responses to “Ten Blogger Bedrooms”

  1. Thank yo so much for including me along side all these beautiful bedrooms! I feel like I need to up my game, everyone has such incredible rooms! Xxxxxxxxxxxxx


    1. I’m holding out for your full home reveal!


  2. They’re all beautiful with their own personality and style. Great post x


  3. So many beautiful rooms! Happy new month! x


  4. Actually just revealed my own bedroom renovation yesterday…and guess what?! It’s pink! 😀 I think it is a fab colour for a bedroom though, restful and calm and pretty. I’ve beefed it up with some manly shades of grey though (ooh err!), for my husband, but then I ruined that shred of masculinity with lots of gold! He he! I love it though and he does too, which is the main thing.
    I was so tempted to go dark, mainly because I’ve admired Kimberley’s bedroom for ages, but I think the room is too small and too dark to cope sadly. I also love white minimal spaces, but they don’t really work with the Yorkshire country cottage quite so well, Katy’s is just gorgeous though.
    Great idea for a post – can we expect more rooms? 🙂 x


    1. Aw thanks! And maybe yes… Just had a look at yours and its adorable!


  5. Thanks for this Susie! I was in fact reading this blog post this morning and discussing with my boyfriend that we should mimic Katy Orme’s white floorboards. She gives full instructions on how to do them, so we are off to Farrow and Ball on sunday to stock up on paint. Lovely read. x


    1. Yes she does!! Good luck with the job xx


  6. All the rooms are so different but at the same time I can see me wanting to have each of them in my home.
    Some lovely inspo and pics for thought xx


    1. Thanks Kara! Yes the personalities come through I think, all are lovely!


  7. What a wonderful blog post idea!!! Tgey are all amazing, Ashley I love your bed!! So different. I totally need to up my game, my room looks drab in comparison!


  8. Just stopping by to say thanks again for featuring my room and all all the other lush examples too. Some of my all time favourites in there! xx


    1. Thrilled to include you Kat!


  9. Great news!!! Thanks for stopping by x


  10. The bedroom! The place where everything starts! A new day, every day!


  11. Oooh I LOVE some of these. Especially the dark with the bright accents and the pale pink walls. Lots of new ideas for our bedroom which is a complete blank canvas at the moment.


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