We talked about white bedrooms recently, a post inspired by putting this room together. The concept here is not just white, but white romantic, which means lots of layers, lots of fluff, lots of very, very girly.

I decided to try to stick with straight white here, which is a bit of a challenge. You thinking matching reds is tough, try white. I also choose to add a really pale pink as an accent color just for some interest. You could go completely white or pick a different pastel. (I say pastel, because anything bold is going to make it less romantic.) You’ll also notice I piled up the pillows on this one. Layers, layers, layers help to make a white room interesting, remember.

Where to get it:

  • Maura Daniel Sarah Three Light Chandelier White at The Frog and The Princess, $396, free shipping
  • Bonne Nuit French Chest at Posh Tots, $1,260
  • Love Birds Hand-Painted Canvas in Soft Pink at Posh Tots, $95, custom made on order
  • Nest Hand-Painted Canvas in Soft Pink at Posh Tots, $95, custom made on order
  • Shaggy Raggy White Rug at Posh Tots, $137
  • French Rose Mirror at Posh Tots, $1,284, custom made on order
  • Bella Curved Wastebasket at Posh Tots, $88
  • Jenna Throw Pillow at Wrapables, $74.95
  • Pom Pom at Home Bedding Charlie Linen Pillow Sham at Layla Grace, $46, free shipping, three sizes
  • Prom Night Duvet Full/ Queen at Layla Grace, $210
  • Prom Night Euro Shams Set of 2 at Layla Grace, $100
  • Simply Shabby Chic Elegant Euro Pillow – Angora Pink at Target.com, $34.99
  • Berkshire Softest Microloft Twin Blanket, Pink at Amazon

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