Mrs. G at Derfwad Manor is holding an open house today at my house and many of her other readers houses.
She asked, "Reader, where is the heart of your home? What room in your house makes you breathe easier-makes you feel genuinely content?"
My bedroom, the only room nobody goes into but me.
Probably because it is the only room that is completed since I started painting and redecorating last January.
My mad photo skills didn't capture the true colors, but once again, as in my living room photos, my orbs were hanging out with me. I asked them to fly low while I took the rest of the photos, and they did.
My headboard is chocolate microfiber. The walls and comforter are the teal/blue that everyone and their brother are using with chocolate brown this year. Pretty close to the colors in the first photo. The orbs must have brightened up this shot. [that was taken in less than 30 seconds before the other, go figure]
The bench, also chocolate microfiber, opens up for some great storage. The picture above it is "The Girl With the Pearl Earring" by Johannes Vermeer. The gold faux silk drapes were inspired by the tones in this picture.
Since it's just my room, I decided to remove the bathroom door. It opened into the bathroom and took up too much space. It made the wall it opened to useless. Again, I used the chocolate and teal colors.
The print above is "Paris Rendezvous" by Jeff Williams.
I have my coffee while watching the news every morning as I sit relaxed, resting on the soft headboard. As far as sleeping ... it is so comfortable, I don't sleep. I slip into a coma before my head hits the pillow and awake with the Java I.V.
Head over to Mrs. G's house for links to other "open houses".