Master Bedroom

17 May

Like the guest room, this room started out with beige walls that needed some repair work and another set of the collapsible white plastic closet doors that were used throughout the house. When these images were taken, we’d already started to patch the walls and were in the process of installing crown molding.

We painted the newly installed crown molding and the rest of the trim in Valspar’s Bistro White in semigloss and painted the walls a gorgeous grayish blue (Behr’s Blue Fox in a flat finish). This was the result:

Following the paint, Ty built a bed and bought a bedspread and shams in his favorite shade of red (crimson), and I made a few throw pillows. We also brought in a rug that Ty’s uncle brought him from Afghanistan—gorgeous. Smoky particularly likes it.

Um, so that was probably a tad obnoxious, but so it goes. This is what the room looked like.

Then, we replaced the miniblinds with 1-inch white faux wood blinds and added white curtains, a dresser, and mismatched night stands and lamps, which got us to this:

I have more plans for this room, and at the top of the list is buying a closet door (it’s on the to-do list), get matching white bedside lamps (since the night stands are mismatched, I feel like we need some symmetry somewhere), buy a full-length mirror to replace the temporary gold mirror leaning against the wall, and figure out some art for above the dresser. I have some ideas in my head of what I want for all of those things, so some updates will hopefully be coming in the near future.


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