I'm currently an interior decor student and am having so much fun learning all about residential interior decorating! Here's a Bedroom Decor Inspiration Board I designed combining neutral
shades of grey and taupe with pops of green and blue. I love how elegant the bedroom looks with the grey paired with Emerald Green and Lapis Blues. This mix of patterns and colors paired with calm neutrals creates the perfect restful retreat! See details on all of the decor accessories I picked here: http://www.settingforfour.com/2013/05/bedroo...
Yesterday I was lucky enough to be invited to preview the new Candice Olson furniture collection at a local home interiors store.
Seeing this stunning 'Temptress' upholstered and tufted headboard in her new line inspired me to offer some bedroom decor tips (like how to repeat an accent color three times in a room for balance) and create this collection of 8 Beautiful Bedroom Ideas! Check them out here: http://www.settingforfour.com/2013/05/8-beau...
A before and after of our coastal inspired master bedroom. We put in light hardwood floors and light paint to brighten up the space. Since all of our furniture is dark and heavy, everything else is muted.
I had enough of green in our master bedroom. I went white on a budget. $400 down comforters...forget it. I found this one that cost 1/2 that and I can wash it at home. Expensive bed curtains? Forget it, just use fabric from Joann's.
I've slowly been transforming my master bedroom with furniture finds, painted personalized touches, a chalkboard fireplace, and a custom DIY bench. I now have a cozy room to retreat to at
the end of the day and everything in the room was budget-conscious and under $900 (except for mattress). Click here for more details...http://sophiasdecor.blogspot.com/2013/01/master-bedroom-reveal.html
My husband & I recently decided to stop putting our master bedroom aside & to make a sanctuary that we could both enjoy and never want to leave. We succeeded & made our dreams of a lovely
master bedroom a reality! Head on over to the blog to get all the details & to see a lot more photos of our dream space: http://www.lizmarieblog.com/2012/12/master-b... & be sure to find me on facebook so we can chat! http://www.facebook.com/lizmarieblog
Our house is a 1940's vintage cottage~ with knotty pine walls & hardwood floors. About 5 years after we moved into our cottage~ we built a master bedroom. I designed it to blend in with
the original house- with beadboard, hardwood floors & corner windows- which each of the 4 original bedrooms had . We did nearly all the work ourselves and I absolutely love how it turned out. It is one of my favorite rooms because it has so much sunshine streaming in and I love the french doors leading out to the backyard. More of my bedroom decorated for Christmas at my blog~ http://frenchcountrycottage.blogspot.com/201...
Guest Bedroom Before and After. Old carpet and baseboards were removed. Walls were patched and painted. 1x3 baseboard trim was installed and floor was painted and stenciled. Most
decorative details and furnishings are thrift store and flea market finds. I love the soft but unexpected color palette and how the mix of old with new creates a comfortable atmosphere. I've considered moving guests to the master bedroom and taking over in here. ;) More pictures and information on my blog: http://diyshowoff.com/2012/01/01/diy-show-of...