Jaw Dropping Dream Bedrooms

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Today I'm giving my three thoughts over these three BEAUTIFUL bedrooms from a round up at Vogue. I love a layered room that takes time to get just right, but can still transform over and over with time and different finds as well.

Photographed by François Halard, Vogue, September 2011

Photographed by François Halard, Vogue, September 2011

So I don't know about you, but my room at age eleven did not look like lucky Lucy's bedroom below. My bedroom now doesn't even look this gorgeous! :)

One// Can we talk about these ceilings? One thing I've always thought about myself is that I just could not live in a big city where apartments were the only option. BUT this apartment (of course it's like a trillion dollars) has gorgeous tall ceilings with stunning crown molding. I think if you twisted my arm I could live here... #inmydreams

Two// Bookcases flanking the bed. What a dream! I think this only works because of the bed canopy. I think the depth of the book cases would diminish the beauty of the headboard by casting shadows, but I could be persuaded with the right headboard.

Three// The canopy is everything. The best detail about it is that it is two toned. I think all yellow would have been way too much. I'm not much of a yellow fan so I was surprised how taken I was with this yellow and blue canopy! Like seriously can you imagine the pretty little dreams that are dreamed under that canopy!? Too cute.

Photographed by François Halard, Vogue, May 2012

Photographed by François Halard, Vogue, May 2012

One// First things first. These curtains. DRAMA. These are the show stoppers right when you walk in the room. I love how they are balanced out with all the white and subtle texture/pattern of the rug.

Two// The molding and wood floors are 100%. I love molding. I love a detailed patterned wood floor. More molding the better in my book! I think that it adds so much character and can completely transform a blank space into a space that feels like it's been around for ages and stood the test of time.

Three// The mixed metals. I have a hard time doing this, but I think it is absolutely necessary. The brass knobs on the desk, the frame, and the sconces are offset by the chrome lamp and curtain hardware. Although I would love to see some dramatic curtains like this with a brass and Lucite curtain rod.

Photographed by Tim Beddow, Vogue, May 2013

Photographed by Tim Beddow, Vogue, May 2013

One// I call this granny boho chic. The layers! The depth! I love it!

Two// The bed is to die for. Although this is obviously not a child's room, I can just imagine this bed in a little girls room. The white bedding and white walls are key. I love how they balance everything that is going on in the room and ground the space.

Three// The pink mats in the gold frames are the perfect focal point to draw attention above the fireplace in a room that demands so much attention. Although... I'm not sure what the tombstone looking thing is in the fireplace.

If you want to check out a ton of other stunning bedrooms you can see the rest of the round up over on Vogue. I just loved these three at first sight!

Now everyone it is FRIDAY!! Go have the best weekend!