Though it’s usually the room in which we spend the majority of our life, funnily enough, ones bedroom is more often than not a complete afterthought when it comes to interior design (mine is definitely no exception!) And if Alexandra‘s gorgeous bedroom is any indication of how great it really could (and should!) be, then I think we all need to take a stand. From here on out, no more bedroom neglection! It’s time we take a cue from this bold & beautiful space and deck those little corners of our homes up to the nines. Gobble up the rest of the pink & pretty right here in the gallery.

From AlexandraAs an interior designer, designing my own home is the hardest project I’ve ever had. I am surrounded by beautiful things every day so when it came time to choose that one beautiful thing for myself, I found it almost impossible! You may have followed along as I decorated and redecorated our master bedroom on my blog, Things That Sparkle. All of the stages were well documented, but for some reason, our bedroom is the one room that never really stuck. Our dining, living and guest rooms have all been pretty much the same from the start, but our master was just never quite right despite all of the small changes I’ve made to it over time.

And then we received a new king sized bed and headboard as a wedding present. Enter the perfect reason to start over and get it right. I had drapes made, a new headboard made, new bedding, new accessories, new art… All that remained were the nightstands and lamps.

Thank goodness I have the sweetest husband in the world, he doesn’t even mind the bright pink headboard. And as a newlywed, I love seeing our monogramed initials plastered on those big pillows! I am so excited about the way everything came together in this space. It’s fun, interesting, and perfectly tailored to us.

Interior Design: Alexandra Kaehler Design | Photographer: Anjali Pinto | Bed: Custom made through AKD | Nightstands: Thrift store DIY | Lamps: Restoration Hardware (no longer available) | Monogram Pillows: Leontine Linens | Duvet and Shams: Biscuit Home | Coverlet: Yves Delorme | Lumbar Pillow: Custom made through AKD | Paint: Benjamin Moore, Plymouth Rock | Black + White Abstract Artwork: Jenny Andrews