Have you gone Bogeyed yet?
If the answer is no! carry on....
When Rosalie hit the shelves in Ikea nobody could get their hands on the Rosalie range it was a
similar design to Cath Kidston and rumours had it "Cath Kidston" designed this range, I still to this day
don't know the truth behind that story. I rushed out and purchased the Bedding, Curtains and Throw
if that wasn't enough I managed to cut the curtains and made a foot stool and a blind out of this design.
Ikea are renowned for their "extra long" curtains I could seriously make two sets of curtains out of one pair "Thank you Ikea" I am not complaining.
I was so obsessed with this design that I turned my bedroom into what looks like wild spread roses, I can become a little obsessive with one item in every design and you are thinking "your not kidding me" I tried to convince myself that its all shabby chic but who really has the same pattern continuously in a shabby chic themed kind of way. I always find it hard to mix match things up as floral and floral's can often look a bit OTT but that is how the look is supposed to be "all thrown in" mismatched heaven.
I even took it a stage further and perfectly matched the paint on the walls with the print which is Green Apple by Farrow & Ball but nobody warned me about faded bedding and spanking new looking curtains.
I was embarrassed to share this room on my blog as I think I was kind of hormonal after having Eason and took all of this interior designing too far, maybe its just me I get bored easily and like to have a change next time I want to opt for more neutral colours. I even tried to convince my partner that we should consider having a "Summer" spread and a change for "Winter" and winter being Rosalie but somehow I think he knew it was just an excuse to buy a new range.
I sometimes have plain white sheets for a change but I just cant keep them white with a man and a child in the house oh and of course my not so long lasting foundation.
This is our wardrobe that we waited 9 months for from "Next" it wasn't what I originally wanted but the high top heavily carved armoire just wouldn't get up the stairs. If I had time back then I would of bought something shabby and painted it up but there's something not right about second hand storage items the word "Foist" springs to mind.
I purchased these drawers at Dunelm a random find as they don't sell much furniture at my local store.
Lots of love from my Rosalie room. x