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From a Burn Pile Mess to a White Bedroom Sanctuary for Less

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I desired to try my hand at creating a white bedroom, but didn't have any furniture on hand other than a simple bed frame. Turns out all I needed was a gate from the dump, an old door from a neighbour's burn pile, and an old vintage dresser and rusty gate from an estate sale.
This accumulation of broken down junk created a free bedroom sanctuary even a cat would love!
Now to get him to move over...
This bedroom, which I jokingly deemed "White Trash", was a compilation of one big mess. Brought all together, it created a little white retreat!
The before... ugh. New paint but no life whatsoever.
Desiring a unique headboard, an old door from a burn pile and a gate from the dump married a sheet of clad metal siding from someone's farm. Would my crazy idea work?
A rusty old headboard created the perfect frame for these antique mirrors. LOTS of layers is the key.
Desiring a shabby lampshade, this shade cover was made from torn cotton material right on top of an exsisting shade. No glue, no sewing!
Let's add some other junky detail, such as a pallet beam with jars acting as candle votives along the window sill.
The secret to a dreamy bed is 'the messy look.' I even give lessons. There's a knack to making a mess it appears! :)
Prettiest looking trash ever, don't you think? Visit even more details at the blog link below.

To see more: http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/2009/11/bedroom-makeover-part-3-reveal.html

Ask the creator about this project

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Jul 7, 2014

    Wow, seriously gorgeous! Love your design style! And yes, I too can relate to comfy cats who hog the bed! :)

  • CK
    CK Mandan, ND
    on Aug 13, 2014

    Super pretty!

  • Melissa Leach
    Melissa Leach Statesville, NC
    on Aug 15, 2014

    What awesome results. One man's/woman's trash is another man's/woman's treasure!!!

  • Peggy
    Peggy Punta Gorda, FL
    on Sep 21, 2014

    The little touch of black & white on your bed is perfect!

  • *swoon*

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