Hi friends! This past Friday I shared my bedroom makeover on Martha Stewarts Instagram (here, here and here). I took our small space and tried to create cozy, serene bedroom. The dark wall makes the gold sconces from Schoolhouse Electric pop against the black.
I found some awesome vintage floral prints at a local antique shop, which look great against the black. Also, I love the grid pillow from Pencil Me In, sold on Society6.
Now lets talk about this quilt….HELLO! It’s my favorite detail in the room. You will find these contemporary quilts at Louise Gray. I chose No. 3 because of the peach and navy. I’m obsessed with both of these colors! I really do recommend these quilts for any home!
Because we live in a 1947 bungalow, storage is non existent. So we created some storage that can be seen and not ugly to the naked eye. For example, I took a rolling clothing rack and displayed all of my hanging shirts. I color coordinated them so that it looks a little more stylish. And it actually helps me to pick out what I want to wear when it’s all color coordinated.
And finally, I was able to frame an art piece that my daughter created with Framed & Matted EXPRESS. A new custom framing option, Framed & Matted EXPRESS offers custom frames at an amazing low price for simple framing needs. You choose between 4 frame sizes, 2 frame colors and a custom cut mat to fit your need. It’s brilliant and EASY!
Shop the look below.
Hi friends! I’m excited to be participating in the One Room Challenge. Over the next six weeks, twenty Interior Design bloggers will completely transform a room from start to finish, blogging progress updates every Wednesday. The One Room Challenge was started a few years ago by Linda of Calling it Home. It’s a fantastic idea that I am thrilled to be apart of! So here’s the breakdown of my ORC-
Client– My assistant, Janna.
Room– Master Bedroom.
Challenges– Small yet quaint space.
Features– Lots of windows and natural light.
Needs– Updated furniture. Fresh, modern colors. Art. New bedding and accessories.
Below is a peek of what I’m planning to do. It’s going to be a fresh and clean space with lots of artistic details and beautiful textiles. One key element will be a striking, deep, accent wall that will hopefully take our breathes away!
Check back next Wednesday for WEEK TWO’s update! And make sure to check out the other bloggers participating in this challenge, listed below. Also follow along on Instagram using #oneroomchallenge
This Toronto house tour, seen on Style Me Pretty Living, was actually posted last year but I’ve come to appreciate the pops of color and soothing bedroom. I’m also loving the nursery. It’s calm and cool. The home itself is 107 years old. Amazing! See more here.
This house tour is deeply rooted in scandinavian design. The simple neutral tones and textures throughout this home create a relaxing yet stylish space. And I love all of the simple art and pattern choices!
See the entire house tour here.