Can I get a drumroll please??? I’m beyond excited to show you guys the second half of our New York City apartment tour featuring our bedroom and bathroom! If you watched Part 1 of the tour, you’ll notice the decor in our bedroom is very different from the Scandinavian-style design and neutral color palette seen in our living room. While our living room has undergone a big makeover since we originally moved in three years ago, our bedroom furniture and decor has pretty much remained un-changed. It’s kind of my happy place and I love how it’s so cozy and colorful. Give the video a watch and you’ll see what I mean!
Videography by Kylie Keene
Wall Art (it’s the largest size canvas) | Bed Frame (we have a queen) | Bedding | Pink Sham Pillows | Leopard Pillows | Velvet Pillow Covers | Tassel Throw Pillow | Faux Fur Pillow | Faux Fur Throw Blanket | Pom Pom Throw Blanket | White Tray | Similar Curtains | Shearling Rug (on floor next to bed)
I think if there’s one room you can get away with being a little extra when decorating it’s the bedroom and as you can see ours is full of bright colors, patterns, lush fabrics and metallic elements. The one question I get asked the most it’s where I found the wall art over our bed. It’s actually an Oliver Gal print that comes in multiple sizes (ours is the largest) — I found it in stock here. Since we have such a vibrant bed frame (it’s a bright navy in a velvet finish) I decided to keep our bedding simple. Almost everything is from Pottery Barn, but my pillows and blankets have been collected over the years from a variety of different stores.
Do you think I have enough shoes? HAH. Clearly my shoe wall is P A C K E D and could probably use a good purge. For details on how Nick built it for me check out this post here. It was surprisingly easy and inexpensive!
Living in a small apartment (I think our place is 700 sq ft) you have to be creative with storage– especially if you have a lot of clothing and accessories. My closet organization isn’t perfect or the most beautiful setup, but I think we’ve done a great job creating solutions in the space we have without spending a significant amount of money. I’m sure one day I’ll have a house with a beautiful walk-in closet, but until then this works for us 🙂
I hope you guys enjoyed getting a peek into my home! This tour has been a long time coming and I hope I was able to answer some of the common questions you’re always asking me and maybe give those of you who live the apartment life a little decor inspo. If there’s anything I forget to mention please feel free to leave me a comment and if you didn’t see our Living Room & Kitchen Tour make sure you check it out here. xo