One of my friends likes to joke that every time she comes over, my house is decorated differently. Furniture deliveries are not an uncommon occurrence at our house- especially this year! The biggest change has come in our bedroom. After years and years (I think 9 to be exact) of sub par furniture, I decided to upgrade the bedroom. This post is in collaboration with Serena & Lily. In full transparency, they did give me a small credit to use on the site but I didn’t actually use it on anything for the bedroom. I will share what I used it on in this post though! There’s lots of new things to show you…
For our bedroom, I didn’t want all white everything like I had in the past but I didn’t want to venture too far outside my light-colored comfort zone. The —– collection from Serena and Lily fit the bill perfectly. These pieces were definitely a splurge, but I am hoping they will last for years to come. The textural detail is my favorite and I love how they are neutral and natural but can be either nautical looking or more chic, depending on how you style them. I am still playing around with styling the pieces- specifically the two main bureaus but I really wanted to get this post up before the new year~ I think I need a little more height on the left side of my bureau, but otherwise I am very satisfied with how everything has turned out!
My long Blake dresser is my favorite piece. It is stunning.
I went with the 3-drawer Blake nightstands so I could hide more of my junk 🙂
I do not plan on keeping this bench at the end of the bed but until I find something better, it is staying.
Jason’s dresser is the ‘tall’ Blake dresser. We did the color ‘natural’ for everything.
This chair swing is one of my favorite pieces in the house. Plus it’s actually very comfortable!
Thank you to Serena and Lily for sponsoring this post. Our home is a continual work in progress but at this point, I am loving every bit of it! I am excited to see what sort of changes I will make in the house in 2021-I am thinking of possibly tackling the family room or turning our office into Elliott’s bedroom and his current bedroom into a guest room. Stay tuned!