Yesterday, I told you about an eco-concept home called The Prince's House at London's 2011 Ideal Home Show. I especially love its cozy, anglicized Anthropologie-esque vibe in the master bedroom.
The dress collage on the right-hand side of the photo (framed) is made from recycled maps by Elizabeth LeCourt. You can look into commissioning something from the artist, or try your hand at creating a similar style of artwork.
The bed is a vintage find that's been reupholstered by The Chairman and Son. Keep an eye out at flea markets for a sturdy antique frame, and then look into getting it professionally reupholstered at a shop near your home.
Many of the trinkets and cozy textiles can be picked up from a variety of outlets, and many can also be made by those of you who have a knack for sewing or crocheting. It definitely wouldn't hurt to invest in some Cath Kidston fabric for the curtains, either.
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