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A Peek into the Bedroom

Mar 13, 2012 by

We’re certainly careful with our purchases (as Grace always says, only buy things you love) which makes the furnishing and decorating process frustratingly slow. But, after months of collecting things we like, the bedroom is finally starting to perk up. We found the leather shag rug at the Chelsea Antique Market and picked up the black sideboards at the Meeker Avenue Flea Market.

The little vase is my favorite recent purchase. It’s a beautiful piece from the ’60s illustrated by Danish artist and designer Bjørn Wiinblad. I’m also so happy to finally have art framed and hung! The drawing on the left is by Aidan Koch and the little bow tie man is a screen print by my friend Rachel Levit. I love Rachel’s work so much. You can see more of it on her blog, and she has a handful of pieces for sale in her Etsy shop. I also have this 2-layer screen print she did that I can’t wait to hang!

Now, onto the iffier parts of the room. Our bedroom (and entire apartment) came with a no-closet handicap we have to work with. Dylan installed clothing racks using basic wood planks, brackets, and pipes from the hardware store.

I’m generally happy with how it turned out, although the room is basically a windowless walk-in closet, and it’s still a little bleak in there. We need a nicer lamp, more art on the walls, more trinkets, perhaps a fun quilt…the search for things we love continues.

 

11 Comments

  • I love all these peeks into your apartment. I love the decor, very minimalistic with definite personal style (as much as I love minimalistic decor, a lot of them lack personal warmth/style). great going!

    • thank you, that’s really nice to hear! I’ve never been much of a minimalist until I moved into this space, and didn’t have enough stuff to fill it with, but I know my collection of art and trinkets will grow over time!

  • holy shit dylan! the handiest.

  • Looking very clean, minimal, sharp…
    cool! Great job you two!

  • One more thought… I think it would be refreshing to have one area, wall or room with lots of color !

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  • Wow, I loved the clothing hacks!
    I think I will make one of these in my room! Thanks for the inspiration!

    But let me ask you…
    Can the brackets support the weight of the clothing?
    And how did you firm the pipes to the wood planks?

    Thank you!

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