The Twilight Room is officially complete. This room has been two years in the making (Yes, it really has been that long). This room serves as my reading lounge (its too small to be considered a library…plus reading lounge sounds cooler). I got the theme from my favorite books, The Twilight Saga.
I purchased the daybed and end tables from Ikea in 2010. I made the bed covers and pillows using some fabric from Hancock Fabrics. These cute little lamps were also an Ikea find. It gives a moonlight glow when lit.
I found these cute little book ends at Barnes & Noble. They are not marketed as a Twilight product; however, it reminds me of the Breaking Dawn book cover.
I made the painting to resemble the pillows on the bed using a canvas and acrylic paints from Hobby Lobby (I live in that store…I considering getting a second job there for the discounts. Lol).
The silhouette collage was so much fun to do. I wanted to include pictures of the actors from the movies without having it look like a poster out of a teen magazine. Read about how I did them here.
Over here you will find my desk. I love this desk. It appears small but then it opens up to the prefect size work desk. This was a bit of a spurge item I picked up at American Signature furniture. The chair came from Ikea.
Above the desk I mounted a shelf (purchased a Lowes). This shelf houses my TV (Best Buy), a cute candle (Ross), and a heart shape Swarovski crystal. My husband gave me this as a Valentine’s Day gift in 2008 before we were married. It’s the perfect representation of the heart charm Edward gave Bella. Whenever I look at it reminds me that, I too, found my Edward.
To take the emphasis off of the TV, I place pictures of places mentioned in Twilight. The pictures don’t scream Twilight but if you’re a fan you’ll get it.
And what Twilight room would be complete without the books that started it all. This wall features my Twilight books. I placed them on picture shelves I purchased from Ikea. I love that the books acts as artwork.
Sheers and rods- Target
Picture frames over shelf- Ross
One room down, seven rooms and a hallway to go. This should be fun.
Until Next Time,
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