Holly_Brown96

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  • in reply to: Shelf styling #93107

    Holly_Brown96
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    Hi Brooklyn, thanks for your help. The shelf is at the top of the stairs. I agree the mirror looks too small. I feel like if i got a bigger plant or bigger decorations it could work though. Think i may have to buy a bigger mirror though. I want to keep the wall white because the other wall is dark grey and the floors are grey so i think for the room it will look to overpowering with a pattern or something on the wall. I think dark accessories would look good though with rustic/industrial vibes. Just really unsure on how to go about it. So you advice would be great! Good luck with your shelf!

    Holly

    in reply to: Shelf styling #92910

    Holly_Brown96
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    Update: the shelf has now been stained. I still have mo clue how to style it. Please help hahah

    in reply to: Boho….but make it glam.. *insert Tyra meme* #92877

    Holly_Brown96
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    I think you have a good idea in your head with the gold accents and dark wood. Maybe keep the the walls a subtle colour and have a few dark wood accents around the room. Dark vanity, side tables and ceiling light maybe. Add a few gold accents around the room but not too much because your bed sounds like it will make a big gold statement. Maybe get a gold full length mirror and add gold handles to drawers but leave it at that so its not overkill. Then i would say get a patterned colourful boho rug to add an accent to the room and pick some colours you like that are in the rug and use those colours to add some accents around the room like with ornaments, light shades, a desk chair etc. Hope this helps:)

    in reply to: Window Film on Mirrored Closet Doors? #92876

    Holly_Brown96
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    Hi, i know im not cut but you could maybe try peel and stick wallpaper to create an accent feature or use subtle paper to have it just blend in. I think window film could look good but it may make the room look old fashioned and give a look to the room you dont want. You can get window film quite cheap online so you could always try that first and if you dont like it try peelable wallpaper. Hope this helps:)

    in reply to: DOUBLE DUTY STYLING CRISIS! #92875

    Holly_Brown96
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    I know im not kate but i would say that most rooms look better not just sticking to one complete style and mixing in different accents so having two different aesthetics may actually work well for you both. I would say pick out somethings that you both like that match both your aesthetics, so say like gold accents or pink accents or dark wood accents etc. Then have similar things on both sides. So if she wants a gold mirror you could have a gold ornament. If she wants something pink and fluffy you could do something pink and velvet. Maybe have black accents on both sides because black works well with both glam and industrial. Once you have the items that match well you have a base that you can then add  your individual styles on top of and it wont look super out of place because you have the items that match making it merge all together. Hope that helps:)

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