Sleeping in is such a luxury, and a rarity at our house. We have a four-year-old and a seven-month-old. Our bedroom is only 10ft. by 10ft., and is connected to the only bathroom in the house. I sometimes catch myself daydreaming of the biggest, coziest bed, and the most cocoon-like (but large), bedroom, where sleeping late is the norm. Here is how I might layer this hypothetical room, to maximize those precious z’s.
First, I would paint the walls in this deep Indigo blue shade, by C2 Paints, in a matte finish, for a suede like effect.
Dreams of this proportion deserve an equally large bed. I’d be in heaven sleeping in the Bedford Slipcovered king-size bed from Restoration Hardware.
Next, I’d top my king-size bed with a sumptuous down comforter, tucked inside this dreamy duvet cover from Urban Outfitters.
On the floor, I’d lay a soft, but modern rug in golden tones, for warmth. I like the classic look of this one via One King’s Lane.
Black out drapes to encourage every extra minute of shut-eye are a must. These textural navy blue panels from Target would do the trick.
Just in case I want to read myself to sleep in bed, these simple swing-arm sconces would look beautiful against that inky blue wall color.