Jessica Revesz

A Room of One's Own

Jessica Revesz
A Room of One's Own
 

Bedding by Parachute Home | Throw by Parachute Home | Nightstand from Mid Century LA | Pivot Lamps by Brendan Ravenhill

 
 
 

As some of you may know, I moved into a new loft a few months ago. I have lived in downtown LA for about a year and finally found the perfect loft...and by perfect, I mean this place is a corner unit with floor to ceiling factory windows. It's quite the change from my previous place (or shall I say cave—there was one teensy window, which made me feel like a vampire since I mostly work from home).

Decorating and making a new space feel your own is always a long process but I now feel like we (= Tyler, Olive (grey kitty), Remy (black kitty) and I) are finally settled in. I partnered with Parachute Home to showcase my bedroom and the things that make it extra special.

My life is one big neutral color palette so it only makes sense that my bedroom would follow suit. I went with a simple monochrome "greige" look for my bed and added a cashmere throw to the end. I know we spend a third of our life sleeping, which is all the more reason I opt for quality bedding. After making my bed in the morning, Olive loves to crawl under the throw. She'll stay there for several hours some days, so we've started calling it "catsmere."

 

My furniture and decor is a mix between mid-century vintage and modern for an eclectic feel that is still looks and feels minimal. On my side of the bed, I use a mid-century teak dresser handed down from my grandpa as my nightstand. It's just the right height and has enough room to store my pajamas, a plethora of hand lotions (I work with my hands), my glow in the dark retainer case and all 72 of my mismatched socks. Two plug-in pivot lamps on either side of the bed are also ideal for night time reading and Instagram scrolling. Simple but cozy.