Sunday, 3 June 2012

Calm, relaxing bedrooms....

Relaxed and chilled Bohemian Style bedroom via Pinterest
Bohemian Interior : Pure White
Faiths Magical Tree House bedroom via Apartment Therapy
Bohemian Bedroom :African Inspired fabrics and colours
Vintage Suzani Throw and sheepskin rug : Justina Blakeney
Who ever said buying a house was stressful was sure right. Mortgages, solicitors and Piranha like estate agents,  so tempting to rent for ever, or run away with the deposit to Thailand.... so very tempting!!

However, then I wouldn't have a bedroom of my own to decorate and fill with pretty things. Guess I will just have to plod on and keep calm ...

xxx Gabi xx

20 comments:

Alba Linea said...

lovely pictures! thanks for sharing. di ;0)

Penny Dreadful Vintage said...

That first bedroom is so beautiful.

Penny Dreadful Vintage

aroluna said...

Yes, keep calm, it's the passage, you'll get there and decoration liberation will come :D
These bedrooms are so pretty and cozy, you'll have yours !

gypsie sister said...

the whole buying and selling is a nightmare, ours is up for sale and its driving me mad! Things work out if meant to and don't if not, but its always worth it, stick in there :)

Zoe xx

My Grama's Soul said...

Such calm pics from you today, Gabi. BTW.....I've bought lots of houses during my long life and it is always an adventure.....you'll get through this and be delighted when it is all over.

Jo

Rima said...

haha i agree on renting forever. with the market being really weird these days, renting or escaping to bali sounds more tempting!

Kath said...

my son's just come back from Thailand, I suspect he's saying the same thing!

Hang on in there, it'll be worth it, I promise.

NotesFromAbroad said...

That second photo has me wanting to take a nap on that bed :)

NotesFromAbroad said...

Regarding the stresses of buying a house..
This apartment in Buenos Aires was our 3rd real estate buy. We are For Sale now and our plan is to move back to NY and buy a house Upstate.
I am sort of enjoying the new house every few years thing we have gotten ourselves into :)
Good luck, try not to let it all get your down and my feelings are that after having rented for a long time, I never ever want to go back to that .. owning is so much better.

Barbara said...

Hang in there - it is worth it! Love these rooms, esp. The bed under the eaves...

M.B. Captured said...

A great collection of rooms. Got some great inspiration.

AzGal45 said...

Love these rooms! and don't worry, it'll happen. Seemed to take me forever, but when I found "the one", I knew it right away, it all fell into place - don't give up hope! ~Zona

Cristina Rose said...

beautiful, great posts as always

Shelly Penko said...

Oh, that turquoise bedspread in the first picture has me drooling!

suresh parish said...

all bedrooms are looking nice

The Aquarians said...

I love the abundant light in all these images. And yes, buying a house sounds frightening, but the thought of being able to create your own little bed cove like the 3rd to last image sounds AMAZING.

PinkPanthress said...

I adore the 1'st & 3'rd Bedroom so much. ❤

Justina Blakeney said...

I just notices that both my bedroom and my sister, Faith's bedroom are both featured in this post. so sweet!

Carla said...

I like the African style one. It is very modern and it does give a wild atmosphere to the bedroom. Last year I travelled to Argentina, got an apartment rental in Buenos Aires and the room was inspired in the Arabic countries. Everything was so mystical: there was a tapestry, a soft light of a reddish color, and a painting of an Arabic woman sitting in the desert. Very interesting, you would have loved it!

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