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Tuesday, 20 August 2013


Our bedroom redo has been a work in progress for the last 6 months. It was started back in March - see link here - and has been ongoing it seems, ever since.

To be honest, there are only a few little touches left to complete the room (one of which is going to be part of a full blog feature - deets later *wink wink*) and one is the rug situation.

This is what the room used to look like:

It wasn't bad looking by any stretch but definitely not us and causing me some serious allergy issues with the carpet and the poorly ventilated bed. As much as divan beds offer storage, in my bedroom it just became a breeding ground for dust and mold.

Here are the "nearly completed" pics .

So we now have the frames filled and but I'm still toying with the idea of painting all of the frames to keep the continuity....haven't decided yet. Why oh why are there not 30 hours in a day?? I could get so much more work done!! 

Lets just pause for a second and take a look at this....
Still one of my fav pieces

This is where I come to the crossroads - I can keep the clean look of the light laminate floor (And freeze my feet in the winter) or I can get a rug of some description that will basically sit under the bed and provide a little "out of bed cusion" for our feet.

Decision decisions.

I went looking here for some inspiration. There is no shortage of absolutely beautiful rugs that would fit our room. It's the fact that a rug can change the flow of the room and also make it darker and more closed in than I may want it. Let's face it, my room is not big at all so any sort of space-taking wouldn't be the best way forward.

I really don't know where to go with this. Any help would be much appreciated!!


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