I'm very fond of the elegant bedroom, above, with its touches of peach and those wonderful mirror-fronted closets on either side (I have windows where those closets are). The color scheme is wonderful, but my bedroom ends about 4 feet from the end of the bed while the one above goes on long enough to have a settee and chair in it. The tray ceiling is also quite high, while the ceiling in my bedroom is not high and does not have a tray.
Again, this bedroom looks small, but it goes quite a way up. I love the bed crown: it's especially effective with those ceilings. But again, the room is much longer past the end of the bed.
While it's certainly not a little bedroom, I love the one below and keep it for inspiration. The color is fantastic, as are the canopy, curtains, and mirror.
Although I like the deep cream of this bedroom, I just don't know if I can do without color. But the white and cream here may be perfect for a tiny space.
Above, another color scheme I love.
Below, a bedroom with windows on either side of the bed, just like mine. I also have windows to the right - my bedroom has an eastern and northern exposure and is full of light almost every time of day.
Other than having high ceilings, this bedroom is quite like mine - at least the part we can see. I just can't go with a taupe, however. I love the balloon shades on either side of the bed with full-length curtains on the larger windows.
Below, this bedroom just looks so comfortable, I had to keep it for inspiration. Also, I love the double-layered dust ruffle.
Above, another half-canopy treatment that I think is wonderful the dust ruffle I have now looks very much like this one.
Below, an elegant bedroom although I am not fond of green.
Below, a wonderful headboard and a soft color scheme when combined with a chandelier always says either "French style" or elegance.
Above, a bedroom in Paris. This is French style. Look at the vibrant color of those curtains!
Below, I like the monochrome look.
Below, and here is my bedroom. The color looks much brighter in these pictures than it actually is. You can see the lack of space here. There is no room for a desk or dresser and the bed is a queen. To the left are 2 doors, one to the walk-in closet, the other to the master bath.
So now, what do I do?!