I wish the bedskirt was the same ticking looking stripe as the reverse of the comfortor and shams. Oh well, a girl can't have everything!
Now, with more drapery panels en route, I'll show you some of my inspiration photos. So rich looking!
Most of these photos are from The George Glazer Gallory. Stunning lithos you can purchase; if you are well off.
This first one is my favorite, *I think*
I also like the windows on Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby. Crummy pic, sorry...best I could do! I like the whole bedroom setting.
What is the definition of boudoir? This is from Wikipedia:
(to pout!! *snort*)
Historically, the boudoir formed part of the private suite of rooms of a lady, for bathing and dressing, adjacent to her bedchamber, being the female equivalent of the male cabinet. In later periods, the boudoir was used as a private drawing room, and was used for other activities, such as embroidery or entertaining intimate acquaintances.
In Caribbean English a boudoir is the front room of the house where women entertain family and friends.
Latterly, the term boudoir has come to denote a style of furnishing the bedroom that is traditionally described as ornate or busy. The plethora of links available on the internet to furnishing sites using the term boudoir tend to focus on Renaissance and French inspired bedroom styles. They have, in recent times also been used to describe the 'country cottage' style with whitewashed styled walls large heavy bed furniture and deep bedding.