I thought it would be nice to show you some pics of my room. About a year ago, I figured it was time to transform my childish, crammed, pink room into a somewhat adult, clean and fresh room, but still with some colourful accents and fun interiour pieces. I chose for an off-white wall colour and a wooden floor. I think it's a combination which never bores and goes with everything! So, take a look and tell me what you think!
My white sofa (which can be turned into a double bed), the red cushions and the mosquito net thingy are from Ikea, and so are the white-orange-yellow-grey coloured stoel, the white shelf above it, the Paris poster and my sheets. Yes, I know, I am a huge Ikea fan!
Both the white cupboard and the white closet are from Ikea as well. The best thing about my closet is its shape. Because it is a corner closet, it looks quite small, but from the inside it's huge! I put all my belongings in it; suitcases, most of my clothes, bags, shoes, boxes filled with souvenirs, photo frames and other random stuff. My white cupboard has several shelves and from top to bottom they contain: books, jewellery and make-up, books, a basket with head bands and other accessories, school books and last but not least, my magazines.
My desk is from a label called Lundia which, sadly, went bankrupt a few years ago. The chair is design as well, but I can't remember which label it's from. I do know that it is extremely comfortable and I love red, so it was the perfect chair for me. I tried to incorporate several red accents in my room: the chair, the cushions, the bottom drawer in my desk and my amazing, soft, beautiful curtains! They are velvet and as soon as I laid my eyes on them, I had to have them. They kind of reminded me of the red carpet in Hollywood!
The nailpolish was a DIY project of mine. In my opinion it turned out great! I also wanted to show you this card holder which hangs above my desk. I got it from my sweet grandma for Christmas. As you may know, I collect cards and I was so glad to be able to hang up my favourite ones, without having to put nails in the wall. You can make something similar yourself: click here for an explanation!