This room has the potential to be a beautiful bedroom. The architecture and lighting is interesting and inviting. The curved detail on the ceiling makes a wonderful architectural detail, especially since the recessed lights are following the curve. There is so much potential in this space. However the furniture placement completely throws the whole room off.
The bed is pushed into the corner. If it was centered under the window the balance would be better and the space would feel more open. Two night stands flanking the bed that is centered under the window is the optimal choice for this space. This space would be appealing to most if there were matching bed side table lamps that were on either side of the bed.
Drapery panels always add a cozy layer to a bedroom. Although in this space, the panels are not full enough for the length of the window. The sheers that are tied in between the panels look out of place. It would have been a better choice to leave them untied. The panels on the outside edge could be tied back or pushed back and held with a drapery hook.
This particular wall decal is attractive and fitting for the room. The problem is the bedding and drapery panels clash with the pink colors of the decal flowers. It could have been possible to pull this look off if there was an area rug, which had similar pinks and purples in order to tie all the color scheme together.
Overall the room has a custom look, architecturally speaking, but the furnishings make the décor look like an afterthought, or thrown together. Taking the time to plan your décor and furniture placement will make all the difference in any space. Balance is important and so is the color scheme. When trying to select décor and a color scheme, choose an item with a pattern (for example a rug or bedding) and work around that item to create a cohesive environment.