Your next question might be "what is a sleeping porch?" Well, back before air conditioning was available, people would build their homes with an enclosed screen porch, where they would sleep on hot, humid nights.
For our virtual sleeping porch, we will actually create a small sleeping area and seating area for guests. Let's start with the wall color. Since this is a porch, there is really just one full wall to speak of - the other walls are windows for the upper half. we will add paint to the minimal amount of wall space. Our paint color of choice is Sherwin Williams SW6408 Wheat Grass. This green is the perfect tone for a woodland inspired room.
Next we'll move into our sleeping area. We will bring in a full size iron canopy bed. This beauty from Sundance Catalog is a great start.
Next we'll introduce our nightstands for either side of the bed. This sketch of a solid wood nightstand from La Lune Collection in Wisconsin is the perfect woodland inspired piece.
Next we will add an area rug for some warmth underfoot and to define the sleeping area. This wood grain patterned rug is a great choice.
Next we'll add lighting and accessories. We'll add this mirror above the dresser with the sconces on either side.
Floral is always a nice touch in any room. This waterlike hydrangea bouquet is from NDI. No one can tell that it's not real
Now for our area rug. this wool rug from Safavieh is a comfortable and natural choice
This floor lamp will be used in our seating area