Master Bedroom Makeover Using A Cutting Edge Stencil
I redid our boring and ho-hum master bedroom by using a stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils. I added in some vintage pieces of furniture I refinished and I had a beautiful, cozy and romantic bedroom for the hubby and I. We stuck to a budget and using the vintage furniture pieces we were able to save a lot of money. Some of the pieces we've had for years and others were new additions. All in for new furniture we spent just under $1000. We love it and I can't wait for you to see it! For more pictures and explanations please visit my bloghttp://www.mypassionfordecor.blogspot.com/2014/01/master-bedroom-makeover-using-cutting.html
My favorite part of this part of the room, besides the bed, is the $2 portrait above the bed. I bought this at a local charity thrift store and added some paint to the frame to freshen it up.
Before picture of the Master bedroom facing the bed. The spots on the wall are where I tested the sample paint on the wall to make sure I liked it.
View of the TV/media cabinet and chaise lounge prior to paint and hanging the curtains.
The deer head art on the wall is made from clearance beaded place mats I purchased at Target for $4 each
The side table was an estate sale score for $1
View of the milk paint dresser before painting and adding the curtains and rods.
This dresser was purchased last year at an estate sale for $100. I painted it with Miss Mustardseed's Milk Paint and now it looks so much better.
The bedside tables were purchased from an antique thrift store for $75 for the pair. They were originally part of a desk and had layers of contact paper on the tops. With a bit of help from some Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan they were given a new lease on life.
View of my stenciled French provincial dresser before paint.
This is my dresser and it's another vintage piece. This piece was found on a Facebook tag sale site for $40. I painted the dresser with Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan and then finished it with a stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils.
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