Wednesday, February 8, 2012

If My Blog Was A Room - Next Up - The Designer Lifestyle

Happy Wednesday and welcome to the series If My Blog Was A Room... where I pose the challenge to think of your blog as an actual space. What would that space look like? I am so excited to have Tiffany here, from her design blog The Designer Lifestyle. Tiffany is new to blogging and I've enjoyed reading her posts and meeting a new blog friend! Here is what she came up with-

I’m Tiffany from The Designer Lifestyle and I’m so honoured and excited to be a part of this fun series here on Simple Dwellings! As a fairly new blogger, I’m
loving ways to connect with the design blogging community.Thank you for having me!

When I first started brainstorming about what my blog would look like if it
were a room, I knew immediately that it would be A BEDROOM. I do most of my blogging from my bed, and I also like to think of my blog as a place for myself and readers alike to unwind and relax after a long day.

Here is my header ^. As a cue of inspiration from it, my blog bedroom would most definitely need a beautiful mirrored vanity like the one drawn in my header.  While my blog has an emphasis on interior design, I also feature some fashion and beauty, both of which take place in the bedroom as you get ready in the morning! A vanity like this can also double as a desk :)

 As for the fashion aspect, the room would definitely need a gorgeous walk in closet (a girl can dream right?)

 In terms of the bedding itself, the duvet would be a crisp white like the text box of my blog. Caitlin Wilson Textiles offer up the perfect throw cushions for my blog bedroom. That geometric turquoise one in the front is almost an exact match to the background of my blog, and the coral colours match my title and links font!

It would also require a beautiful upholstered headboard for reading and blogging from bed! I love the nail head and tufted details of the following example:

My blog is essentially my place to post all of my inspiration, and so the room would absolutely NEED a large inspiration board!

Lastly, I'd incorporate fun, trendy and colorful accessories to
represent my personality that I inject into each post. My taste is pretty
eclectic, nothing too matchy-matchy, just a collection of beautiful

I've put together a board of what the room might end up looking like to bring it all together:

I hope you enjoyed reading about my blog's room as much as I enjoyed putting it together! A big thank you to Amber for having me! Please stop by The Designer Lifestyle and stay awhile! Have a wonderful day xox

Thanks so much for being here, Tiffany! I love what you came up with- this would make a fabulous room! Tufted headboards and the beautiful color combination of turqouise and coral would make a lovely, restful retreat, in my book! Definitely stop by Tiffany's blog and welcome her to blogging!


pam {simple details} said...

Such a pretty room, Tiffany! It definitely makes me want to check out your blog!

Stacey said...

oh i love the inspiration that Tiffany provided today! gorgeous and rich with lots of colour!

Julie Khuu said...

Love the delicious black lamp paired with the mirrored vanity...helps to toughen up such a feminine and romantic look...great blog! Awesome images!

Peace. Love. LOL!


Tiffany Leigh {thedesignerlifestyle} said...

Amber thank you so much for inviting me onto this fun project! I've enjoyed it so much! Thank you to everyone who checked out my post and my blog, and for your sweet words.

Skye from Skye Loves... said...

Love love love this. A blog - like interior design - is such as personal thing. What a fabulous idea. And love the images too.

Ashleigh @ Illusive Print said...

Lovely room Tiffany! That headboard, those pillows, not to mention that closet! Beautiful! x

lgrecreated said...

Love this series! Has me thinking about what my blog would look like as a room. And I like Tiffany's choices, I'll have to look up her blog!

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