Tiffany & Co. Inspired Boudoir

In my current boudoir, which I share with my husband, I often daydream about what my very own little boudoir would be decorated like. What if you had a boudoir that was inspired by something you adore? Since the topic of my recent posts have been Tiffany & Co., let’s take a look at how to create a Tiffany & Co. inspired boudoir.


Tiffany blue (or white to contrast, if you’re using a Tiffany blue wall color) headboard, trimmed in faux diamond upholstery tacks by Diamond Head. I L.O.V.E. IT!! As you can see, it is inspired by the famous “Tiffany blue”, the white ribbon and, of course, DIAMONDS!





Here is a close-up view…


Since no boudoir is complete without a bedroom vanity, how about a mirrored one to pay tribute to Tiffany’s famous sterling silver?




Don’t forget about the splash of black that the Tiffany & Co. logo represents. This can be worked in with two black bedside tables.





Inspired by the LBB. Your choice…blue or white. A color that I like is Benjamin Moore Sea Isle (#751).





Add some sparkle to your boudoir with a crystal chandelier…inspired by, you guessed it, Tiffany’s famous sparkles!







Tiffany & Co. key inspired window hardware and white silk or satin panels in honor of the white ribbon…








5. ART

Do I really need to say what these photos are inspired by?




You could really go to town with accessories. This should get you started…





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  1. Trish

    Your Tiffany dream room is absolutely gorgeous! Those chandeliers are so sparkly and pretty, and that headboard is out of this world! 🙂

  2. Elizabeth

    Love it! My husband and I recently painted our bedroom tiffany blue. We bought a gorgeous arched, tufted headboard in cream and have two paper wreaths made of pages from vintage French grammar books hanging on each side.

    There is still plenty we want to do with the space – a chanedlier, refinishing the armoir white instead of its current stained walnut – but we’re off to a good start!

  3. Babs

    Simply marvelous Several years ago I had a Tiffany inspired bedroom in Chicago. It was always a happy room to walk into. Lovely and inspirational.

  4. Maisie Einwalter

    This was novel. I wished I could read every post, but i have to go back to work now… But I’ll return.

  5. Chelsea

    Absolutely beautiful. Where is the bedding from> (Duvet, sheet set, accent pillows) How about the lamps? I am going to University in the fall and this would make a great sophisticated dorm theme. 🙂

  6. tiffany

    I just wanted to comment your blog and say that I really enjoyed reading your blog post here. It was very informative and I also digg the way you write! Keep it up and I’ll be back to read more soon mate

  7. Susan

    My daughter and I love the bedroom so much, we decided to incorporate these ideas into her bedroom. We are still searching for the perfect “Tiffany Blue” paint. After several samples on the wall, we still can’t find what we are looking for. Any ideas?

    1. Sarah

      @Susan: How exciting…I’d love to see pictures when you’re finished!!! In my post, I featured Benjamin Moore “Sea Isle #751”, but I haven’t actually seen the sample in person. Let me do some research and I’ll try to find an exact (or at least close) match.

      Thanks for the comment!

      Best regards,


  8. Kristi

    Where did the headboard come from?

    1. Sarah

      Hi Kristi,

      Thank you for your comment/question and for visiting MyLittleBoudoir.com.

      The company, “Diamond Head”, that makes the jeweled upholstery tacks also sells furniture. The bed is called the “Juliet” bed. It can be found at this URL: http://diamondheadupholsterytack.com/store.html?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=74&category_id=8

      If you decide to purchase it, I’d love to see photos of how beautiful it looks in your boudoir…

      Kindest regards,


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