bedroom tour

My bedroom always seems to be the last room I put together. I don’t know why. I wouldn’t even consider this 100% done, although I never consider any room “done”. I enjoy constantly moving things around and changing it up often, as if you couldn’t tell by hair color. Hah. Anyway, my bedroom is finally at a point that I’m pretty happy with, and any changes from here will probably be small ones. So without further ado, I present to you my bedroom (and a whole bunch of pictures of Klaus because there’s no kicking that cutie out of bed!)

It’s a fairly small room but it’s easily the favorite room I’ve ever called “my bedroom”. I have two large windows opposite my bed from which on a clear night I can see the moon perfectly while in bed. It’s pretty incredible, and high up there on things I love most about this apartment.
xoxo

source list //
eye pillow
all other bedding c/o Christy Linens
lamp c/o Lamps.com
jackalope jewelry holder
jewelry holder hands
eye containers
mushroom calender
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Medical models are all vintage. Mirror, maps and periodic table picked up second hand. Stool, vanity and gold turtle shell from Target. Palmistry hand and phrenology head from Home Goods.
If you’re curious about anything else, just ask! 

Author: Kaylah

Just a green haired gal from Cleveland, Ohio.

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  • What a lovely room! I really like your entire room but I was excited to see the lamp in the corner of the last picture. I've looked at that on ModCloth and have contemplating getting it.

  • I know you were more of a cat person before adopting Klaus (although I know you adore Crum/most animals) but the fact that when you were ready to adopt a dog you chose one who turned out to be some kind of bull breed mix is awesome! He is so handsome and if he were golden tan would look identical to my American pit named Saint! You're bringing so much positivity to the breed and adoption and I can't thank you enough for it!

    And your room is awesome! 🙂 Would love to see a picture of all your different plugs for your next "collections" post!