Thursday, May 26, 2011

Simple and Sweet


Less really is more in these two bedrooms featured in Interiores magazine out of Spain. Nothing takes a room from so-so to sensational better than a little turquoise! That bed in the first picture is incredible....I love it! And how fantastic would it be to have a large sliding glass door like in the second? See more where this came from here!

18 comments:

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

Oh, Erin...

This is so cozy! All I wanted is to be in a place like this one! :-)


Have a great day!

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

sealaura said...

Me gusta mucho! I would love to plop down on that second bed and read magazines all day. so pretty.

Jess @ House Sweet Home said...

So pretty! I love that rustic bed with the crisp white and turquoise!

La chica said...

Mmm, fancy a turquoise siesta...

xx

Shay said...

love love LOVE the spanish room, and how the bed almost looks like it's floating.

Most of all, I love the casualness of it all--it actually looks like someone lives there and could be comfortable there.

Fabiana said...

So rustic and chic. Turquoise just makes me sooo happy!

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Sizzle and Zoom said...

Don't wake me up in the first bedroom with the view.

Tu Hoang said...

Arrrgh, the book fits perfectly.

Ambyr said...

The throws at the end of those beds are so pretty! I want both.

xoxo
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Marcelle said...

I agree, less is more. Love the clean whiteness, combined with the soft weathered wood, and "just enough burst" of turquoise in the bedding. Love the breezy view out the window with operable shutters in the first one; reminds me of my time spent in Tuscany.....can just smell the breeze.....

Judy said...

Hi Erin, I want a decorator to come to my home and do the 2nd bedroom for me. Exquisite!!

Ann said...

That is so inviting...

a perfect place to relax.

I'd definitely get a night's sweet dreams in there, love it ♥

Amelia@ Home Decors said...

Between the two pictures, I like the first one the most because of its simplicity. And the bed looks more comfortable and more elevated than the one on the 2nd picture.

The first photo is a typical Spanish bed design - made of wood and great for siesta.

Anonymous said...

Wow, my absolute favorite rooms I've seen you post thus far! Where did the blankets at the ends of the beds come from? I must have them!

Judy said...

Hi Erin, what a huge bowl of eye candy today...yum! Love the 4th pic. with the light gold and white patterened sofa with the sparks of turquoise all oveer the room.

Double Glazing Stourbridge said...

This place is very relaxing. You can give more effort to maintain it's beauty for a long time. I think it's hard to clean, but effortless when you see how beautiful it is.

Double Glazing Rugby said...

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plumbing said...

For me there was no other place to feel satisfaction not unless you have a perfect bed rest or maybe simply just a rest. And this place was really perfect and fit if you want to have an unwind relaxation.

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