Instead of recreating the exact same space, I'd like to change it up without having to design a completely different room. Clearly, we aren't buying any new furniture and I don't even want to buy any new decorative pieces (though I'm sure I'll find an excuse to throw in something new here and there). So I'm working almost strictly with what we got to come up with a new vibe.
What's the one thing that can totally change any room?
I'm hoping to go from an unexpected, modern, and playful space to a space still modern (due to furniture styles) and playful (due to art) but with a bit more vintage and serene feel. The current nursery dueled as a playroom and looked the part, since we'll have a dedicated toy and play space in the house, I want the bedroom to be a bit more calm. Clearly the swatch switcheroo above doesn't look all that different, but I'm looking for this sort of change.
I'm still not a 100% the direction I'll head once everything is in the room and I can unpack, but clearly this is the starting point. Before the slate blue was the primary color, yellow and coral secondary and the seafoam green the accent color. This time I'm flipping it so the dark slate is the accent and the breezy seafoam the star.
You might remember I started the first Little Room with this as my inspiration board.
I'm now going with some of this to get my wheels turning!
If you had to re-do a favorite space in your house, would keep things the same or try something new?