While my favorite design style these days is still a monochromatic look with lots of black and white accents and wood tones, like my first bedroom inspiration post; for bedrooms I just like so many different styles. This fact is probably why it's the one room in my house that has absolutely no style whatsoever. If I had to give it a style label it would probably be something like "apathetic teenager." It looks like my mom has gone in there a few times trying out a couple different ideas in attempt to make it look better but I just cover it up with piles of clothes and discarded contents from my purse change-outs. Oh, and it also looks l like I babysit in there on the weekends and neglect to clean up after the kids leave (in my defense the kids never leave at my house).
I am pretty smitten on this look by interior stylist, Jenny Wolf. It's warm and not too serious but still grown-up enough. It gives me a feeling that a pile of unfolded clothes over in the corner wouldn't look too out of place, and lets get real, I am in my middle 30's and I obviously still have trouble keeping my room clean - I need a little wiggle room. The other thing I like about this room is that it looks like a pretty simple make-over. While I didn't go inexpensive on my picks for the room I think it could be done on a small budget with some nice textiles, a bit of thrift store shopping and some elbow grease. The biggest investment by far would be that birch wallpaper but I just can't find a less expensive version that is nearly as lovely.