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One Room Challenge Week Six

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Well folks…here it is! It’s the final week of the One Room Challenge! If you’ve seen Week OneWeek Two, Week Three Week Four or Week Five, you know that I’ve been re-doing a bedroom. My One Room Challenge consisted of freshening up this adorable, bright bedroom. My assistant and her husband (who also happens to be my niece-in-law and nephew) moved into this adorable early 1900’s home a few months ago. The bedroom was pretty much a blank slate. Because they are both young and hip by nature, I wanted to created a stylish, modern space that felt minimal yet sophisticated. You can see that the before was very “before’y”….

Yep, that’s a before!

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

And now the AFTER! It’s a smaller space so we had to keep the accessories and extra pieces of furniture smaller in scale. That’s also another reason why I chose white bedding with pops of color and texture. But I couldn’t keep the entire room white! I had to add an accent wall to keep things interesting and semi dramatic. Between the amazing rug, cool lighting, rich textures and patterns and modern furniture, I can’t figure out what my favorite part of the room is.

A few things to note before you take a tour of the room.
-We needed a bed frame but not a headboard, so with a tight budget and limited time, my nephew built a pallet bed and painted it a nice bright white.
-Vintage suitcases are a great accessory to add to a space to give personality. We used stacked camel leather suitcase and displayed design magazines on them.
-If you need decorating items for shelves and such, walk around your home a few times and search cabinets and drawers. You are bound to find some treasures!
-Use rugs to add color and texture to a room.
-Don’t forget that plants are an inexpensive accessory to add to any room.
-Use wallpaper to spruce up a door instead of the traditional wall.

See the entire tour below!

(ALL sources are listed below. Shop away!)

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

 

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

Bedroom styled by Kirsten Grove

SOURCES-

Paint- Olympic Range from Sherwin Williams

Wallpaper on Door- Cole & Son wallpaper from DecoratorsBest

Rug- Allegra Lavender from Oliver Yaphe

Art Collage on Wall from Minted- Mission Print, B&W by Koshi, Lily of the Valley, B&W by Jaime Derringer.

Large Art Print on Green Wall- Stones by Koshi

Chair- Modway White Chair from Wayfair

Left Side Table- Hexagon Side Table from Wayfair

Right Wall Side Shelf- JM & SONS

Sconces- Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.

Black Pendant- Barn Light Electric

Floor Lamp- LumiSource Grammy Floor Lamp from Wayfair

Pillows- Grey Flying V and Gold & Black from Jaymee Srp

Pillow- Linen Pink Salt from By Molle

Striped Quilt- Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.

Throw Blanket on Bed- Denim Throw from By Molle

Duvet Cover- Crisp White Pintuck from Mark & Graham

White Sheets- Wayfair

Make sure to visit all of the other bloggers participating in this challenge to see their final results, listed below. Also follow along on Instagram using#oneroomchallenge

 

 

 

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Comments (22)

  1. Kirsten, what a task given the size! Love your creative use of art to make a statement and the suitcase is a fun idea, they take up a huge amount of space, and that was so smart!!

  2. You packed so much goodness into such a small space! Your assistant must be thrilled! Love your rug choice too, fantastic design!

  3. Absolutely gorgeous. Love the fresh, minimal style. Its just perfect! Great job.

  4. What an amazing transformation! A true job well done. I adore the wallpaper inset. It feels fresh and fun. The six weeks went by so fast. I completed our entry, living and dining areas in a new to us 30 year old house. So, cheers to us! Have a wonderful weekend.

  5. What a transformation. Love the sconces, pendant…all of it. And of course totally flattered that you selected one of our flat weave rugs for your space!