I don’t mean to leave you all hanging at the pool house. I’m at the mercy of my UPS guy waiting for a few deliveries to arrive, but hopefully, I will share more soon! In the meantime, I’m thinking spring or trying to anyway, it’s currently snowing and 5 degrees as I type here in Michigan. I’ve been working on a little spring refresh in our bedroom.
Coastal Lake House Bedroom Decor
As most “little refreshes” start in our house, I swapped one thing and it all snowballed from there (give a mouse a cookie style). Our bedroom rug had some weird yellowing/fading on it, and just in general had seen better days. It had a good run at least, we’ve had it a few years. We tried flipping it around but, the fading was still obvious so it was time to move on.
I found this super soft and cozy knit rug from Serena and Lily. I know I said this was a spring refresh, but wow this has made our room so much cozier these last few freezing weeks of winter.
I’ve never been one to care about how soft a rug is because I like the look of jute. However, I have to say, getting out of bed in the morning is just a little bit easier with this underfoot.
The rug is where the snowball effect started. While I was adding the rug to the room I decided I wanted a little more texture in our bedding as well. I grabbed a new coverlet and shams to add to our bed. I’m not quite ready to give up on our flannel duvet cover (hello 5 degrees) but this waffle pattern blanket is the perfect lightweight addition to the foot of the bed. It will be great for warm summer nights as well.
I really wanted to keep the color palette sort of tone on tone, and soothing in here. I liked the idea of cozy texture vs bright color and I’m so happy with how relaxing it feels.
For a little pop of color, I added this long lumbar pillow from The Danielle Oakey Shop. Her pillows are gorgeous, and I’ve had my eye on this pretty blue color for a while.
The pillow prompted a little art swap in my house as well. The sailboat painting that was here was a little too teal with this subtle spring palette. Don’t worry, the painting is still a fave and found a new home in our entryway. Knowing me it will eventually work its way around the house and back to this spot again. I added this gorgeous print from Juniper Printshop for a change of pace.
Oh and I forgot we added the stools at the end of the bed too! I actually bought them at Christmas with a gift card I had, but I’m finally getting around to sharing them.
We used to have a large bench at the end of the bed here that felt a bit too large. After living without it for a while, it felt a little too empty. These compact stools were the perfect compromise. Not to mention they are great to pull over to the armchair to kick your feet up.
I think that’s it for our spring coastal lake house bedroom refresh. I can’t wait to see how pretty it looks with actual springtime sunshine, and colors outside instead of the every day blizzard we are currently experiencing. So ready to see blue water out those doors again!
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Wall Color – Extra White by Sherwin Williams
Wall Color – Silver Strand by Sherwin Williams
Dresser – my great grandmothers
Chair – hand me down from my mom