August 03, 2019

Today I am sharing with you all the changes I made to our master bedroom last year.

This was a project it took me several months to complete and have not added anything new since then, but now I am getting "the need" :) to add a couple more things and, hopefully, finish it completely and be happy with it.

The bedroom got a complete overhaul last winter. Walking in this room was like walking back in the 80's. LOL. It was very dated and in need of some help.

This is the bedroom today.

 And, as much as it bothers me to show you this picture, this is the way it looked before. 80's, right? :)

 We started by emptying the whole room, retouching the walls and painted the ceiling tray in Latte by SW.

We purchased new bedroom furniture and, although it took me a while, I finally found the linens and window drapes that I liked from the Chris Madden collection at JCPenney.

I also made a new coverlet for the bed re-purposing some old drapes I had. You can find that post here.

We purchased two seagrass area rugs. One larger for under the bed and a smaller one for the sitting area.

And then came the fun part, accessorizing the room!

I found the perfect lamps at Kirklands and a pretty metal art for above the bed.

Decorating the dresser is always a challenge for me, but little by little, I have been able to put it together somewhat.

For the sitting room, we bought two comfy chairs from Overstock and a pretty canvas painting for that wall.

This is the space that needs to be finished. Maybe a coffee table or ottoman, a small bookcase under the painting or maybe rearranging the chairs and adding an electric fireplace to that corner. What do you think?


And I also have my eye on one of this for the foot of the bed.
Isn't it pretty?

I will keep you posted of the changes to come. :)

Enjoy the rest of your week!

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