So...to help figure it all out I created a mood board and I think I have got it pretty figured out.
I found a great cream/black ceiling fixture that I think will go great with the room and I really like the rattan room darkening shade paired with the airy white curtains. The picture of the window treatment was lifted from a picture at the bottom of this post over at Young House Love.
So now I am questioning myself on the table lamps. The hubs and I have two different bed side tables...a product of one of us (who shall remain nameless) who is obsessed with having everything as close to the walls of the room as possible deciding he needed a bed side table, but not one as big as mine...so they are the same exact style...but mine is about 20% bigger than his.
This means that if we were to get matching lamps, they would be lopsided in the room. To combat that, I figured it would work to have a smaller lamp on my table and a bigger one on his and that would even out the scale a little bit...but before I buy them, I want to make sure I'm not just crazy...
...so what do you think...should I go ahead with the mismatched lamp idea or not? And it is crazy of me to have such mid-century modern lamps in the room with other details that fall to the more classic side?
And what should we do with the great big expanse of wall to the right of my bed? It isn't above the bed, it is on a free wall...so how do you anchor it?
Lastly...our bed is up against the two windows (and that is where it will stay)...so do we put full window treatments on both windows or do we do half on each and try to frame out the bed? Would that look unfinished?
Oh how I wish I was more confident and could just TELL the husband what we are doing instead of feeling like I need to convince him.