Hi friends! I took an unexpected break from blogging. School has been out for over two weeks here, and it sorta hit me hard this summer! During that time I have been working on posts, just not finishing them. Some of the posts involve my favorite thing to do...make mood boards! I could do this all day. This is the perfect creative outlet for me, since we aren't really in decorate the house mode right now. This board is fun because it is TOTALLY not me.
I’ll be the first to tell you that I despise the color pink in all its forms. This is just a color that doesn’t appeal to me. You can imagine my dismay when the whole millennial pink trend happened. My personal aesthetic in both design and style has always had a more masculine edge to it. Which makes this mood board completely out of left field for me. The other night I was working on a post and while researching, I came across this headboard from West Elm. I loved the unique shape and the fun fabric options available. I noticed that it was available in a blush velvet with a shimmer to it. I clicked on the fabric to see what the headboard would look like, and just like that, I had the inspiration for an entire room. I thought it would be fun to do something that is totally unlike anything I’ve done (using pink!) but still but my stamp on it. Here’s what I came up with.
Honestly, as much as I don't care for pink, I would have this room in a second, no questions asked. Below I am linking to everything I've used in case it inspires you.
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