Calm, Layered and Minimal Master Bedroom

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 Guys,  I’m so happy to say that our master bedroom is finished! It has taken us a few tries (from lampshades to duvet covers to curtains) to get things right, but it finally feels ‘right’ to us. Fair warning: I’m totally going to bombard you with pictures!

Come on in…

Light and Bright Master Bedroom

Sherwin Williams Rainwashed Paint for Master Bedroom

The footstool got a makeover with some fun fabric that I had in the basement. I finally figured out how to update the wicker hanging lamp in the corner. I brushed on bright white paint (lightly) and then used an upholstery needle and thread to cover the old edging. It was time-consuming, but totally worth it.

West Elm Dresser paired with a DIY Painted canvas and family photos

Light and Bright Master bedroom

I still really love the DIY sunburst mirror over the bed.

Gallery Wall behind tv in master bedroom

Nothing is going to make that t.v. be less of an eyesore, but I enjoy the gallery wall behind it.

Garage Sale Artwork in Master Bedroom Gallery wall

The floral painting was a $1.50 find at a garage sale last summer.

Kids artwork in gallery wall behind television

Greyson drew (with Luke’s help) the top piece of art for Christmas for me. I’m glad I had space to incorporate it.

DIY Bamboo Blinds in Master Bedroom

DIY Bamboo Shades and Bamboo Planter Pot

I like how the diy bamboo blinds pair with the updated pot and tiled plant stand. I really think the fresh plants and the texture of the bamboo make that little area over by the window.

Penny Tile DIY Table Top

Night Stand by Bigger Than The Three Of Us

Small Plant on Nightstand for texture

Love Song Quote as Art on Nightstand

If you want more details on the nightstands’ styling, you can find that here.

Art in the Master Bedroom

Light and Bright Artwork in the Master Bedroom

Light and Airy Master Bedroom Reveal with lots of DIY! You won't believe the before/after!

Master Bedroom before and after by Bigger Than The Three of us

There are so many DIY projects in the room. I love how they turned out and I love the fact that, with some of them, you wouldn’t even know they were DIY. I love the fact that we were able to mix mid-price pieces (West Elm bed frame, dresser, etc) with DIY pieces ($30 dollar headboard, bamboo shades, no sew pillow, tiled table top, sunburst mirror, etc) to achieve something cohesive.

Now, if I could only replicate that feeling throughout our whole house.  I’m not going to think about that and instead, go lay on bed and read a book. Hope ya’ll have a great weekend!

Linking up to:

C.R.A.F.T., A Stroll Thru LifeProject Inspire(d)The MakersThe Winthrop ChroniclesHome Stories A-Z, Hit Me With Your Best Shot,  Work It Wednesday,  Fry Sauce and GritsLiz Marie BlogThe Inspiration Gallery, Creativity Unleashed – The Bold Abode, Remodelaholic, Whipperberry, Tatertots and Jello, Sunday Soiree, Link It or Lump ItFrugal Crafty Blog Hop and East Coast Creative.

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Comments

  1. says

    Beautiful! Love all the details you added and how they really bring the room together. Definitely looks like a great place to relax!

  2. says

    I love love love this! I would love it if you joined and contribute your awesome posts at my link party at City of Creative Dreams on Fridays 😀 Hope to see you there at City of Creative Dreams Link Party

  3. says

    I love this! You did a fabulous job, it is so serene and beautiful. I have the same light in my daughters nursery and I adore it! Thanks for linking up to the Sunday Soiree.

    • says

      Thanks Marie! That light is such a bang for your buck. I’m always amazed at how much people love it (in person and online). We’ve been super happy with it. Thanks again!

  4. says

    Oh, this looks like the most perfect retreat from the world! I love the calming color scheme (and that whimsical hanging light in the corner–swoon!). This makes me want to lighten up the color palette in our room :)

  5. says

    How nice to have a finished master bedroom! I feel like I’ll never get to mine. Love you space. The color is so calming and again love those faux bamboo shades. Thanks for sharing at The Makers!

    • says

      Thanks Abby! The rug we had originally bought for the formal dining room, but we hated it in there. Funny how it was totally perfect in the master bedroom. Thanks again!

  6. says

    I have a sample can of Rainwashed as I am currently trying to decide what color to paint my master bath. I get married in two months and my fiance and I are working to make my house of six years “our” house! I love the rug and wall color!

  7. says

    I love how this turned out! The little pops of yellow are just enough to bring some life into the room but not too much it becomes overwhelming. Thanks so much for linking this up to Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop. This is going to be one of my features at our next party!

    • says

      Thanks Carrie! I had originally started with yellow in our living room and it go overwhelming fast! I tempered that this time around. Can’t wait to be featured!

  8. says

    I absolutely ADORE your bedroom!! The color scheme is so calming and relaxing…definitely a space where I could plop down and read a good book! I’m in the process of redoing my bedroom as well and I feel completely inspired by your design. I actually just finished updating my current dressers not too long ago that kind of remind me of your nightstands (which I LOVE!). http://www.stripesandpolkadotsblog.com/2014/04/contact-paper-furniture-update.html
    Anyway awesome job!

    • says

      Hi, Thanks! The rug is Rugs USA Satara Insignia Chevron Teal Rug and the bedding is a gray/white pinstripe from Ikea (but bought off of Amazon). Hope that helps!

  9. says

    Quite a womderful job decorating the MB! Love the way everything goes together perfectly. It feels calm but not dark, tranquil but not drab. But I can only imagine how much work it was. Bet you wanted to fall into that lovely bed and sleep for days!

    • says

      Thanks Dory! We got it off of One Kings Lane. It’s by an artist named Caroline Wright and you can frequently find it for sale on One Kings Lane or Joss and Main.

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  1. […] I’m excited to hang them. I think I’m going to layer some roman shades underneath them. I have that look in most of our rooms and I really love it. I have some extra ones that fit (magic, right?), but if I didn’t I would have definitely gone the DIY route like I had before in our master bedroom. […]

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