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Perfect Modern Minimalist Living Room

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– Hey guys, I’m excited
to finally take you on a tour of my beautiful, modern, and moderately minimalist new bedroom. If you watched my living room tour, you know that I partnered with Havenly, an online interior design company, to design my living room. And because I had such
as wonderful experience designing that room, I
partnered with Havenly again to design my bedroom. Now, I’ve already shown you the process of what it’s like to work with an interior designer online on my living room tour video. So if you’re interested in the process and the behind the scenes, make sure to go back and watch that video. But as you can imagine, I have definitely learned a thing or two after designing both of
these rooms from scratch, so today, after the bedroom tour, I’m gonna share with you three tips I have for making an apartment
feel more like a home. I know many of you are
currently living in apartments, so I think you’re really
gonna love those tips. But for now, let me show you around my gorgeous new bedroom. When I started this project,
I knew I wanted a fabric bed and my designer recommended
this modern, low headboard bed from Interior Define and
since I’d already purchased my white living room sofa
from Interior Define, I was pretty confident that I
would love this bed as well. My design goal with the bedroom was to create a luxurious,
hotel-like space, so for bedding, I went with crisp, white, super soft, and 100% organic cotton sheets from Boll and Branch.

And to break up some of the white, I added stone colored pillowcases on larger king-sized pillows, which are great to prop up against, and a gray cable knit throw
at the foot of the bed. (relaxing music) Now, equally important
is what you don’t see, which is my new 100% organic
mattress from Naturepedic. And so far, I’ve had
some of the best sleep that I’ve had in ages. I initially wanted a white
dresser for the bedroom, but not being able to
find something I loved that fit between those two windows, we opted for this solid maple
dresser from Crate and Barrel. It’s a bit more traditional in style and actually came with black knobs, so to give it more of a modern flare, we swapped the black knobs for these gorgeous hand-painted
ones from Anthropologie. On top of the dresser, I
kept things pretty simple, and have glass shadow boxes from West Elm, a low geometric planter from CB2, and this glass art, which
is a personal memento from a trip to Italy several years ago. I had requested that my
designer find a small chair so that it would be easier
to put on and take off shoes in the bedroom and I’m loving
this simple yet elegant mid century, modern chair. Now, you guys know I love
greenery so on the other side of the dresser I
added this standing planter from West Elm and my designer
selected these hanging planters from CB2 above my chair. As soon as I saw these hanging
planters on the design, I instantly fell in love
with them and now I can’t wait for my plants to start trailing down. So with a dark dresser
and not wanting my room to feel too dark, my
designer was able to keep things light and airy with
these sleek and sophisticated white and brass night stands
from Restoration Hardware.

For lighting, we went with
these very cool triangular lamps from Lulu and Georgia that have a concrete base and brass accents. (lively music) On one nightstand I have
my sunrise alarm clock which I’ve had for over
10 years and I swear by it and on the other side I
have a potted aloe plant and another personal memento,
which is my Nefertiti sculpture from a trip to Egypt. For my drapes we chose these
gray, Belgian linen drapes from Pottery Barn and hardware
from Restoration Hardware. I also went with blackout
drapes which not only keep the room nice and dark but
they also help to muffle some of the street noise which is a huge bonus for good sleep. One of the first things you
see when you walk into my room is this floating wood
floor mirror from West Elm. It’s beautiful, it makes
the room look spacious and of course, helps me to
get ready in the morning. The gallery wall above my
dresser seamlessly ties together my SoCal, modern
and minimalist vibes with hints of ocean, sand,
greenery and soft human touch. And similar to my living
room, we mixed and matched the frame colors for a
little more visual interest. I already had the artwork
in the top left and chose all of the other gorgeous
pieces from Minted. But I think the truly epic
artwork is the one above my bed, an extra large
beach print that just makes me so happy to wake up
to every single morning. As you can see, I
couldn’t be more thrilled with how my bedroom turned out.

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It truly is a cozy bedroom sanctuary. So on that note, let me share
with you three design tips for helping to make your
apartment feel more like a home. It’s common in apartments that
either vertical or horizontal blinds are already provided
but blinds on their own can have a very cold
and sterile feel to them so I highly recommend that you
add curtains to your windows which will not only soften
the room but add texture due to the drapey nature of the fabric. Curtains can also make a
room look larger because you can place them higher than the window, drawing your eye up or
you can add double panels to each side of the window as I always do, which makes the windows seem wider and the room more spacious. There’s nothing more
that screams transitional apartment living more than
blank, white walls everywhere. And yes, you can still
have a minimalist apartment but a cozy and homey
minimalist apartment with a few key and intentional pieces of artwork. Artwork can help to
express your personality and entirely change the mood
and ambience of the room and whether you’re going
for a more sophisticated and classic look or a
bohemian and eclectic look, the right pieces of art
can strike that perfect balance and harmony for the room. Now this tip should come as no surprise. If you’ve been following
me for any amount of time as I love plants and greenery. Plants instantly make an
apartment feel more lived in and not only do they add a
pop of color but they add character and texture in these
beautiful, organic shapes that add interest to any room. Plants provide many health
benefits for indoor living as well and some even help to
clean and detoxify the air. They add life, they
help to bring an element of the outdoors in and they certainly help to make an apartment
feel more like a home. I hope you guys enjoyed
my bedroom tour and all of the details for the furniture and decor that I purchased can be
found on the full blog post on my website and if you’re
interested in working with Havenly, which I highly recommend, I’ll have a link to them as well. Alright, that’s it for me today. I will see you guys
again in the next video.

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