This post is sponsored by FrogTape.
Can I start this post with a thank you?
I’ll put a room on the blog and ask for opinions and you show up.
Every. Single. Time.
I read all your responses and take them to heart and it makes me pause and re-examine and look at things from a different perspective. Like when someone mentioned I needed a little pop of greenery in the kitchen? They were right. And when someone mentioned I needed a brass door knocker? They were right. And when I had decorating roadblock and you all told me I’d find a place for that rug?
You. Were. Right.
So today I’m showing you another room. I’m almost done with the master bedroom and I need a little help.
Here’s one before picture.
Before I show the after and take the tour.
Here are a few things I need help with:
1. What to put on the table between the two chairs? I think it needs some height.
2. Should I add crown molding to the top of the room in white?
3. I’m thinking about plantation shutters at the windows and then long curtains. Maybe drop cloth because it’s so inexpensive?
4. Should I add a hanging chandelier between the two chairs?
I know that’s a lot of questions. If it’s too much, I understand.
Just grab coffee and enjoy the tour.
Drum roll, please.
Here’s the after.
The same angle just pulled in a little.
The carpet is the same. I actually really like the color. We removed the fireplace mantel from the back wall and moved it downstairs to the family room.
Here’s a front view of the bed so you can see the layers of bedding.
Most of it I either had or got from IKEA.
These pillow shams are from Ballard Designs and were in my bedroom at the farmhouse.
I love making this bed. It takes about 10 minutes. I know it’s corny, but it’s so cathartic for me. Layer after layer of fluffy down and linen and crisp cotton going on the bed makes me so happy.
This piece is on the far wall.
It’s a thrift store dresser I got for half-price (are you noticing a thrift store theme with the house)?
I added these crystal knobs from Wayfair.
On the far wall, there’s an entertainment center I bought at a thrift store.
It was orange.
And I WISH I had pressed pause enough to take before pictures.
These crystal knobs are from Hobby Lobby.
Here’s a pulled back picture so you can see more of the room.
And look what showed up?
My rug that I couldn’t find a home for.
There’s already carpet in the space and I love the little pop of pattern in front of the chairs from Kirkland’s.
The bench at the end of the bed is from Kirkland’s too.
The wood speaker came from my brother.
And I’ve had these linen chair covers forever. I just tied them around the pillows.
Let’s take a look one more time at the before to the after.
I know, right?
Can you even?
I’m so happy and thankful and grateful for all of you.
This room is part of the video series for the book. There’s a video where I show you how I striped the walls with FrogTape and how I designed the room and there’s even an entire video on pattern mixing where I take the same space and change it up three different ways.
And the best part?
You can see more about the planner and order it here.
And then just put your receipt number or order number here.
Let’s decorate together. 🙂
disclosure: This post was sponsored by FrogTape.
All opinions are my own.
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