Feb 23, 2012

bedroom

for the bedroom, we are thinking something more monotone. 
more sophisticated. 
less colorful.

and i'm paralyzed with indecision. 
and we have white walls. 
and we can't paint them. 
and i just can't make up how this place is going to look in my head. 
ugh. 

first world problems people.

7 comments:

jessH said...

a cheap solution to the white walls problem in our apartment... I got a huge piece of thin plywood. I painted it with a cool stencil design. Kinda a wallpaper look. I drilled it into the wall. (I can patch the holes later!) It took up almost the entire wall and at least gave us some color! :) Good luck.

jessH said...

a cheap solution to the white walls problem in our apartment... I got a huge piece of thin plywood. I painted it with a cool stencil design. Kinda a wallpaper look. I drilled it into the wall. (I can patch the holes later!) It took up almost the entire wall and at least gave us some color! :) Good luck.

mandy said...

have you seen the removable wallpaper that jordan ferney of ohhappyday put up in her apartment? i covet it. you should check it out

rubi said...

i love the photo on the far right. we have white walls that we can't paint either and i'm kind of loving them. they make our place look so bright.

E.F.G. said...

all i know is i can't wait to see it when you're finished!!!

i love the gray / white pallet. let's find a big gray headboard to smack up against that white wall.

E.F.G. said...

i miss you blogging. how about some pictures of lucy? or the china itinerary?

Kate Snyder said...

"first world problems people"

FANTASTIC! I completely agree. Why do I worry over things like un-paintable white walls? But I do. Luckily, I have hardwood floors that really add the color you need to make the rest of the room colorful. I dislike the "pops" of bright color on an all white background.