e{Design} Tuesday - A Feminine Transitional Bedroom

E{Design} is one of my favorite services to provide. Although nothing beats seeing a large project come together, sometimes these little "design bites" have such a huge impact. For those who might be unfamiliar with what e-design is, you can read all about it on my services page here.


Today's e-design is one that I created for myself! I guess technically that makes it more of a mood board than an e-design, but I'm hoping to use it as an example of the scope of what this service entails. I can't wait to see this one come to life. This feminine transitional bedroom is the perfect blend of relaxing and refined. I wanted to create a space that was functional and yet still very stylish and inviting. I love having people come stay at my house, which is one of the reasons guest rooms are some of my favorite bedrooms to design. I love the idea of creating a space that makes my guests feel like they are on vacation with all the amenities and comforts of a luxury hotel.


Sample e{design} of a feminine transitional bedroom featuring a blush hand-loomed rug, upholstered beige bed, rattan side table, McGee and Co Pillows, and more!
E-Design A Feminine Transitional Bedroom

Product sources: Wayfair platform bed, Threshold by Studio McGee rattan nightstand, marble lamp, Alice Lane clawfoot dish, McGee & Co pillow (more options linked below), Safavieh rug, curtains, bamboo shades, wall art, sputnik chandelier, mirror, bust, faux hydrangeas, small console table


At the time of writing this post, I have already had a few of these pieces come in. And unfortunately, as it goes with design, one of them really was not going to work out. Because this room is so compact, I was really hoping to find a small console table for the corner. This one from Wayfair seemed like a good fit... until it arrived. The color was way off from what was pictured (I ordered it in "driftwood"). Since this one is a dud (and since small consoles are so hard to find), I've decided to change routes completely. In my e{Design} service, this is what would be known as a revision!


I really don't have any other full length mirrors in the house (yet), and I know this is something that would benefit my guests. So since I can't do a table, I'm going to a hang a full-length mirror with a black frame and beautiful arch detail on this wall. The arch detail will emphasize the shape of the bed and the black frame adds a much needed contrast to the already very light space. I'll add a small stool next to the mirror so that guests can either put their luggage there, or pop a seat while putting on makeup. Here is the revision visual:

Sample of what an e{design} revision looks like with the removal of the console table and addition of floor mirror.
E-Design Sample Revision

Revision product sources: Arched full-length mirror, Small Rattan Stool


Et voila! I have the mirror and stool ordered and can't to continue to pull this space together. Shop all of these products (plus a few more) in the carousel below. Let me know what you think of this design in the comments!

*Affiliate Link Disclaimer*

Here's the deal: when I post links to products, they are usually affiliate links. This means I get a small commission, at no additional cost to you, if you purchase something through one of my links. Every product I share is something I love and, in many cases, something I've bought for either myself or for clients. It's one the ways we keep HHS running, and why I'm so grateful you choose to read my blog! From the bottom of my heart, thank you for shopping with me and leave me a comment below to let me know if you're enjoying your purchases!


14 views0 comments