I love that everything in the room is light and bright, letting the headboard take center stage. SO GOOD.
The chandelier MAKES this room, and so I kept the original chandelier in my inspiration. It’s actually quite affordable from Shades of Light – if you’re ever in the market for a chandelier you’ll see that they can run up the cost quickly.
With the bedding, the headboard, the lamps, the nightstands, and decorative pillow, we’re talking about an entire room makeover for well under $1000.
Here’s my own version…
Where to Buy:
1. Navy Tufted Headboard
2. Washed Linen Bedding
3. Rast Nightstand (for Campaign Makeover)
4. Geometric Lamp
5. Jonathan Adler Chandelier (minus the shades)
6. Yellow Woven Throw Pillow
Pretty close to the original, rigghhhtttt???
You can actually get the headboard she used from Target, which is also REALLY affordable, but this option from Wayfair, was ~$300. Even less costly than the Target version!
You’ll notice that the nightstands will require a little DIY, but it’s really minimal.
To make these into a pair of cute, and SUPER affordable nightstands, go pick up two Rast 3-drawer chests from Ikea ($30 each). Pick up some brass hardware – 6 pulls per dresser, and a few brass brackets from the hardware store – and paint these dressers in a nice medium grey. I like Benjamin Moore’s Stonington Grey.
I’m so in love with this space – makes me want to recreate it in real life!
We'd love to invite you to the West Elm Mill Valley opening party on November 6th but I'm unable to locate yoru contact info. Please shoot me an email: kacoleman @ wsgc .com
Thanks! Kendall – West Elm PR
Sounds so fun! I'd love to join – even if it means I go by “Emily” 🙂