House Tour | The Dressing Room



A few weeks ago I wrote all about my new Bathroom and gave you a little tour of how we have decorated. Todays post is all about my dressing room! I have always wanted a dressing room and when we where decided what to do with the rooms it seemed like the most logical decision :D. As we don't have a huge bedroom it made sense to have all of my clothes, accessories and beauty items all in one place!



I have collected up a lot of little trinkets over the years so it was actually hard to decide how I wanted everything but after a lot of moving things around I think I'm finally happy with it all. My Mum and my Auntie helped me strip the wallpaper and 
re-paint the room in white and blush pink.


These bags I originally wanted to put in frame but for some reason I could not find the right sized frames so while I was looking I popped them on top of the wardrobe and ended up keeping them there as they looked cute. The Tiffany bag was what my engagement ring arrived in so that had to be displayed :D



I didn't want too much clutter on the side however I did want to display a few pieces like my perfumes, some candles etc. I decided to stick with rose gold and pink themed accessories and I love the way it turned out. This basket I picked up from Matalan and the little plate was from Home Bargains.



My dressing table is my favourite thing as I love having a space to sit and get ready properly rather than sitting on the floor or in a bathroom mirror. Again I didn't want too much out on the sides apart from my make up brushes. My cushion on the chair I bought whilst travelling in Cambodia, I think I paid about £4 for it and its so cute.



The table its self is from Ikea, actually all of the furniture is as it was perfect for the space we have and looks clean and simple. I also picked up my brush pots from Ikea too and the photo frames. The prints are just ones that I have collected over the past few weeks, I also printed a few different ones off Pinterest. 



I hope you like my little tour and maybe gain a bit of inspiration for organising your own space.

Do you have your own dressing room?



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