One Room Challenge // Bedroom Reveal
Week Six is here for the One Room Challenge, so it is reveal day!!!! If you are just joining in, you choose a great day to stop by.
As a quick synopsis, the room I had chosen to redesign in six short weeks was a client’s master bedroom. I choose this project as they had just moved into their new (to them) home & some of the pieces were not working as well as they had in their former bedroom. Fortunately, the bed & the nightstands fit perfectly, so we were able to reuse these & focus our attention on creating a light & bright space that would act as a peaceful retreat. Construction on a major addition to their home starts in just a few weeks, so having this room in the house complete will allow them to relax when the rest of the construction process seems to be overwhelming & never-ending. Regardless of the timeline, anyone who has experienced a renovation knows that feeling always happens!!
And just as a reminder, here was the room before & now after.
With the power of color, impactful drapery, a grounding rug, and a mix of patterns on the bed the space is now filled with personality while still remaining sophisticated & neutral with its study in blues. I was even able to incorporate a large navy & ivory striped dog bed for their family dog, Georgia. Creating a blue room without making it a BLUE ROOM was something I worked very hard on. The room is filled with blue details, but it doesn’t scream BLUE! By mixing in natural linen tones, a good dose of white & a few wood elements helps to keep the space feeling chic, and not the least bit juvenile.
So without further ado, here is the room, in it’s entirety!!
I am in love with how calming this space is, and more importantly my client’s are thrilled with the results. She especially loves the custom shoe closet we created. I’ll share a more detailed post on how my husband and I built that next week!
A big thank you goes out to all of the One Room Challenge Sponsors for providing all of the beautiful products & support in a few instances of broken or wrong deliveries. They happen every time… no matter the project.
As well as Linda for inviting me to participate this round!! xo
Dipped Ladder via Waiting on Martha // Throw via Joss & Main // Paint Brushes via Purdy // Materials for the Shoe Closet via The Home Depot
and be sure to check out the rest of the participants reveals today!!
Making it Lovely // My Sweet Savannah // Pencil and Paper Co. // The Pink Clutch
Savvy Home // Simplified Bee // Sketch 42 // Jill Sorensen
Orlando Soria // Thou Swell // The Vault Files // Waiting on Martha // The Zhush
Media Partner House Beautiful // TM by CIH
Previous Weeks //
xoxo – Kristin
I'm in love with this room. I want to confirm the paint color is Borrowed Light? It looks much different than some of the other examples of Borrowed Light I've seen. Perhaps the amount of natural light greatly affects how the paint color appears? Thank you
Yes, this is Borrowed Light. Farrow & Ball paint has such concentrated pigments that the same color can take on completely different shades depending on the existing light in the room.
The bedding! The rug! The curtains! I'm in love.
As a textile designer, i am loving the choice of curtains, and the bedding!