This delicate chandelier from Terrain would set the tone for an entire room. It's enchanting, gilded and inspired by nature.
Every bedroom can use a little chair for tossing clothes onto, or for perching on to take off your shoes. My current favorite is this svelte little number from Anthropologie that is upholstered in a chic black and white toile.
I like to change up the artwork around my house each season. It's an easy way to change the mood of a room and costs relatively little when you purchase prints. Right now I have my eye on this one by Gabriella Barouch.
This golden Ferns wallpaper designed by artist Lisa Congdon for Hygge & West is stunning, yet it's still subtle enough to work in a large space.
A crochet throw is delicate, bohemian, elegant and a bit granny-chic all at once. How could you not want one?
This collection of feathers has a secret: Each one is backed by a magnet and comes with a matching magnet that can be stuck to the wall, creating an instant magnet board anywhere you wish.
It feels extra special to keep your nightly glass of water in a carafe. I am especially fond of this one with its etched "Bonne Nuit" and simple, elegant shape.
Do you have a bunch of special little trinkets and jewels you never quite know what to do with? Well, why not use a petite wall-mounted cabinet like this one from Cox & Cox to corral your pretties? The wallpaper lining will make each little thing stand out.
If you have a great big master bedroom, don't let all of that extra room go to waste. Bring in a comfy upholstered loveseat that you can curl up in. This one from Crate & Barrel has a classic shape and nailhead trim, but the vibrant peacock blue upholstery sets it apart.
This little lamp from Room & Board strikes the perfect balance between mod and glam. Use a pair as bedside lamps, or place one on a side table next to your love seat.
If your bedroom actually does have a fireplace (even a non-working one), play it up by bringing in a handsome container for cut firewood.