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DIY Master Bedroom Built-ins

Our master bedroom was a big old square. Great on size but otherwise pretty bland. We dreamed of a space that was romantic and moody. A space much different than the rest of our house. The first project we tackled was a feature wall with wainscoting and built-in dressers and bookcases. It's the paint color though that really gives the space it's character. Still on the agenda is a headboard, new flooring, and a pretty fantastic ceiling treatment.
You can get all the details for this project and the source list on our blog.
Time: 3 Weeks Difficulty: Medium
For the built-ins we started with an the Ikea Tarva dresser then built bookcases to fit on top of them.
This is what out master bedroom looked like when we bought the house.
This is the space right after we finished installing all the crown molding. It gives you an idea of how everything went up on the wall.
What a difference paint makes! The color is BM Blue Echo.
Shelf styling isn't really my forte but that's the next thing to tackle on my list. I love the way the brass pops against the dark color!
The amazing brass wall sconces are perfect reading lights and are made by Barn Light Electric.

To see more: http://simplyswider.com/master-bedroom-built-ins-and-the-perfect-brass-sconce/

Ask the creator about this project

  • B. Enne
    B. Enne Canada
    on May 1, 2016

    Looks really good!

  • William
    William Burbank, IL
    on May 1, 2016

    Look really great. Love the color. Super job.

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on May 2, 2016

    What STUNNING built-ins! The jealousy is real!

  • Debi53
    Debi53 Broadway, NC
    on May 4, 2016

    I'm with Hannah V--jealous of your gorgeous wall of storage. Beauty and practicality in one. Does is get any better??

  • Anita K
    Anita K
    on May 6, 2016

    Now that's a feature wall that not only is fictional, it's beautiful!

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