The art of finding

Simple bedroom refresh

September 13, 2018
by Courtney

Bed and Bath

Is is possible to do a simple refresh in the bedroom with just a few things?

Absolutely.

Dreaming up a new look in a room is always so much fun. And when changing things- it doesn’t have to be a big change or cost a ton to create a whole new feeling. In the bedroom- I mainly wanted a few new linens and decor pieces to shake the look up a bit. But truth be told-  I almost always go to HomeGoods with just a loose agenda and see what catches my eye and lands in my cart.

And I have to say… I pretty much hit the bedding jackpot this time- with lots of stone washed linen and layers of neutrals on the shelves.

Like this gorgeous natural stone washed linen quilt in the most gorgeous taupe oatmeal color.  I love textured neutral pieces in the bedroom- they are perfect for layering on florals, tickings and other neutral colors. I also love the simple classic pattern this quilt has – it adds just the right amount of interest while staying classic and understated.

I also found these gorgeous barely blushing  linen shams. I layered them with a few floral shams as well as an old embroidered

 antique grain sack pillow that I had on hand.

I love how the red in the pillow picks up and mingles with that rosy blush.

And I couldn’t resist this blush stonewashed linen throw for an accent on the settee as well. The perfect shade and a perfect size for wrapping up in.

Of course, I had to pick up a couple fun things for the nightstand. – a vintage style galvanized fluted container was ideal for holding a few seasonal blooms.

I may have picked up several of these- and so perfectly priced under $5. And  an unexpected treasure- I also found this gorgeous French style caned back chair.

Washed gray wood, that gorgeous rattan and such a perfect scale for the bedroom.

I love how the chair adds another layer of interest to the bedroom while creating a spot to sit.

All in all- this bedroom look with the new pieces was under $350 at HomeGoods and each element is something that can be used and enjoyed again and again.

Courtney is a paid blogger and writes the blog French Country Cottage where she shares lifestyle and design inspirations, DIY projects and the ongoing renovations of her 1940’s cottage. Connect with Courtney on her blog, French Country Cottage.