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As much as I love the festiveness and extra gloss of holiday decor in our home, there is something so nice about a new year and resetting the home with fresh eyes. Today, I am sharing some things I added into our bedroom to freshen it up for the new year. The Inside sent over a chic ottoman that is perfect for extra storage and I mixed in some pillows and a throw I had in my storage downstairs.
I packed away our Christmas decor, except for the twinkle lights outside because snow is coming, and I am getting back to thinking about all things home. We have some bigger renovations are the horizon, but I love to rework our existing spaces with fresh eyes and add in touches to breathe new life into them.
Here are some new decor details I added to our bedroom and the sources for you.
The custom Billy Baldwin Style Storage Ottoman from The Inside upholstered in Blue Dalmation fabric is a fun pattern play in this bright and cheery room. They have hundreds of fabrics to choose from and a collection of designer fabrics. It’s great for extra storage needs and right now I’m keeping my winter hats, scarves, and gloves in it.
I had these Schumacher Quadrille Pillow Covers from a past project, and I added them to our bed for another layer of pattern. Schumacher has some of my favorite fabric patterns of all-time. They really are just stunning and they have so many iconic textiles. You can shop and get designer covers from so many places now and Etsy is always a great place to search.
For another layer of warmth, I added in this Greek Key Wool Throw Blanket from Mark & Graham. It’s a nice light layer to have on hand when I’m up here reading a book or watching a movie and don’t want to unmake my bed entirely.
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Is Peel & Stick Grasscloth right for you?
When I was thinking about what wallpaper to use in this space, I ordered some samples of this Peel & Stick Grasscloth from Society Social. I’ve worked with lots of high-end grasscloths, and this is the best dupe I’ve seen in a peel and stick version. Real grasscloth is woven of fibers of inner bark and ramie plants. It’s such a nice punch of texture and works well in traditional and coastal interiors. This peel & stick version has a raised texture and mimics the look of real grasscloth really well. It’s a fraction of the cost of real grasscloth.
I would only use this if your walls are flat or it will show bumps underneath. Since our bedroom walls are flat and devoid of texture they were the perfect test pilot for this wallpaper. I love the result and will definitely keep this in mind for future projects for smooth surfaces. Another plus, it is really easy to remove. Great for if you are an apartment renter.
More from our home soon!
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