Happy Valentine’s Day! Being single, I’m not a huge fan of this holiday, so don’t expect this post to be full of pretty pink hearts and roses. Though, I do wish you and yours a day full of love.
It just about time for another room redesign here at my little inn, the Master Bedroom. I haven’t fully decided on the exact plan or color scheme for the room, but I do have a couple ideas rolling around in my head.
White walls? Light blue ceiling? Picture molding? A band of color somewhere? Loosely inspired by this color scheme…
You may have noticed that I haven’t posted pictures of all my guest rooms here. There is a reason for that. I bought my little inn about four years ago; the end of May will be four years to be exact. Over the course of that time I’ve managed to redo about two rooms/spaces a year. Although I was hoping this process would happen a little faster, I’m pretty happy with my progress. The lack of pictures of all my rooms is because I just don’t feel like they are ‘my spaces’ until I’m able to fully get my hands on them. Make sense?
I have made some minor changes to these space. I have removed cat knick knacks (yes, there were several fake cats lying around). I’ve changing out artwork, adding lamps and rearranging furniture. I’m hoping over the course of the next year I’ll have more rooms to share with you.
The next room, currently named The Master Bedroom, will be my next project. I’m hoping to tackle this project in March. And while I’m not 100% ready to share the complete plan (because I really don’t have one), I thought I’d show you a couple things I found this weekend on the trip to my brother’s house.
The first thing I picked up were these lamps. I’m a huge sucker for unique lamps. Especially since I really dislike overhead lighting.
I found them at Home Goods for only $25 a piece. A steal in my book for really unique looking lamps.
I love the tall/skinny shades and the unique almost vintage looking bases. The colors, or lack thereof, are perfect.
I’ve also been on the hunt for a duvet cover. I searched and searched the internet and nothing was quite right. I was thrilled to find this one (and two shams) at TJ Maxx.
Mostly khaki and white, the overall look is very soft and calming.
The pop of chartreuse gives it a little interest and spunk! This set was $50. Again, great price for a king duvet with two shams.
I also found this fabric via fabric.com as a possibliity for curtains or pillows. I’m also hoping to use this to pull wall colors.
Covington Savannah Pasiley Surf via fabric.com
I ordered a sample, so I’ll make those decisions once it arrives.
What do you think of the plan so far? Are you loving my lamps and duvet cover as much as I am?
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