The Home-Home Room Tour

5 April 2018




We have a four week break from uni over Easter (yep, where exactly is that £9000 going, again?), and so I've obviously headed back to my family home to spend the duration... It's taken me well over a fortnight to properly unpack, tidy my room and get everything back in order, and just settle back into being at home I suppose. What was an unlived in, spotless, showroom, was hit by a tonne of clothes, makeup products and other generic mess made by a 20 year old student home for the holidays.

That being said, the other day I spent the morning sorting the whole room out and figured that a room tour post was exactly what the world needed. Nothing has really changed in my room, decor wise, for the last three or four years, but I still do really like how it looks. My room at uni is far cosier and girlier (you can see a tour of it here) whereas my home room is far more clean and minimalist, it's nice to have the best of both worlds! 

The bedding is from Primark, I bought it a while ago, and I love the interest it adds to my otherwise very sterile looking room. The bed is a double, but I have a king size duvet on it, and can I say, it's an absolute game changer. The B cushion is from Homebase and whilst I'm not usually one for personalised things, I couldn't resist.

All of the furniture is from Ikea, I mean, it's not quite West Elm, but it more than does the job. The prints I bought on Etsy, and the frames were also from Ikea. The concrete vase on my bed side table was from Homesense, as were the flowers in it. I was never one to hang tonnes of posters on my walls, but if you look carefully you might spot the really old Ed Sheeran one behind the numerous bags squeezed on the hanger above my door. Fun Fact; I actually saw Ed Sheeran in concert whilst in Orlando on holiday in the summer, best bday present ever!!

The curtains are from Marks and Spencer, and the wire memo board I bought from B&Q. On it, are a couple of postcards from Paperchase, some playing cards from some of the Byron's I've visited and a buddha necklace I bought whilst travelling around Cambodia in the summer. 

And there we have it, an insight into exactly where I spend a vast majority of my time, horizontal, scrolling on my phone, watching netflix or asleep.

2 comments

  1. Your room looks so cosy. I love the bedding, I didn’t realise Primark did such nice bedding! I’ll have to look in there when I go uni shopping

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    1. Aaaah thank you! Yeah, definitely do - they have so many gorgeous designs X

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