Sharing a look inside our new home is something I knew I wanted to share with you the minute we exchanged contracts. Since April I've been pining and sourcing inspiration like crazy! Don't get me wrong I love the look of a fashionable white minimalist space but lets face it it's just not practical? (I've saved that look for my office!)

I love the colour grey. As I share the rest of our home room by room you'll gradually start to notice a grey pattern emerging. White was too clinical for our bedroom and magnolia was way out of the question. (Our old house was magnolia throughout and I can't stand the sight of that colour anymore!) Pebble Shore was the perfect medium being neutral if we ever wanted to change our decor I know I wouldn't need to spend another weekend painting the whole space.

Our Chesterfield bed is the heart of the bedroom. I've longed for a tufted buttoned upholstered bed for as long as I could remember but searching for a reasonably priced kingsize was never realistic without dropping near to a thousand pound. I stumbled across the Westcott classic bed in velvet french grey and fell in love despite the 12 week wait the price tag was too good to miss. (I loved it so much our dining table chairs and sofas are the same design!)

Our bedroom furniture has taken me the longest to source. I knew I wanted a mirrored design but on the high street all I've been able to find was all over mirrored which is not practical. These bedside tables and chest of drawers set I stumbled across on Very and they were exactly what I was looking for I ordered them on next day delivery.

We've still got a couple more things to purchase to make the room complete but so far I'm happy with our everything is coming together!

Picture Frame
Small Lantern & Tall Lantern

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  1. Love the colour scheme! I think grey is perfect for the bedroom
    xo Aya

  2. So beautiful! Pretty much our whole house is grey, with black and white accents, and I love the way it looks. Stephanie x


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