I thought I had it all sorted, but the back and forth has been going on since this post from October last year before we had even looked at a new house, and I’m still freaking out! I painted all my Farrow and Ball and Little Greene testers on the wall the other day, and it didn’t help. When I look through the pictures I love the dark rooms but I think maybe, the pale pulls on my heart strings a bit more, but only maybe.Then I found these examples of half painted walls, maybe this could work? I am more of an all or nothing girl though. Might save the black for a cosy living room wall. Oh dear, what has happened to me, I am not normally a person who can’t decide things, but choosing wall coverings (whether patterned paper or paint) is clearly speeding up my journey towards a mental asylum, help please! Don’t know why I am getting so hot and bothered about it, clearly Wallis could’t give two hoots, and is turning her perfectly striped back on the whole project! More mind boggling and beautiful bedroom pictures can be found on my SLEEP Pinterest board xxx
Image credits From top left to right via Marie Claire Maison via Sanctuary, Sharyn Cairns via Honeysuckle Life, Design Sponge via Sanctuary, Lewis Miller Design, Sean Fennessy for The Design Files, and Dana Damewood at Design Sponge, Mav – A little More Like This and Michael Paul Photography.
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