Transform a child's bedroom and provide hours of entertainment with this amazing DIY Chalkboard Robot Town Wall Mural. Together the decals measure 5 feet by 3 feet. Instant
Little girls love to decorate their bedrooms. As they grow up, so does their sense of design. This is a transformation from a princess room to a "big girl" bedroom. A stenciled accent wall makes it all work. See more photos here: http://kasswilson.com/splash-decorating-a-teenagers-room/
We have a spare bedroom in my house that is a convenient place for guests. And it was in a sad, sad state. It is at the top of the stairs and one of the first rooms that people look at when going upstairs and I was always really embarrassed of it. So now that I have completely transformed this room, I am super proud to show people my mad skills!
Today is the master bedroom reveal! We love how the new makeover has come together and how the room is a great mix of coastal and country.
Our master bedroom has already had one makeover. It was done with the headboard and bedding we used in our New Orleans home and with lots of hand me down furniture. The only thing new we did in this room was the flooring (done with the rest of the home when we first moved), the ceiling fan and paint. Everything else I just made work. The kitchen renovation, getting moved in and trying to organize had priority over the master bedroom.
Do you have any of these closet doors in your house? You know, the sort of flimsy sliding kind? Well I do. And they happen to be in our master bedroom. I couldn't handle looking at these ugly things anymore, so I decided to paint the sliding closet doors with a faux trim effect. Here's what I did:
We finally got around to our farmhouse style bedroom makeover! This has been a long time coming as I started this over 6 months ago and it just never got finished. Some new bedding got me back into the spirit and ready to tackle this project!
I had an antique walnut Eastlake headboard and footboard sitting in my furniture pile for almost a year until I decided it was time to give it a makeover! I REALLY wanted it for my own master bedroom, but we had a queen size bed and the Eastlake bed was a full size. So after thinking on it for awhile I came up with a solution.
I live with a bunch of train fanatics, so built the boys a train caboose bunk bed. I used an HO scale model railroad caboose as the model, and designed it from the inside out, as I went along, using twin mattress measurements as a guide. The electrical work was done by my husband..
When designing our bedroom, I knew I wanted a rustic headboard to balance the more feminine items in the room. I loved the idea of a stack of wood, so when a tree fell down in our yard, we cut it up into wood slices and inspiration struck!
Welcome to baby’s room! This is our home nursery where our littlest one sleeps and poops and plays. Right now it is accented in blue with a bird theme, but when my daughter was a baby, it was accented pink with a circle theme. We painted green so that it could go boy or girl depending on what colors we added to the decor.
We moved this winter into a new house hundreds of miles away from our previous home. As we adjusted to a new town, family, friends, and church I knew I wanted to created a fun bedroom for my daughter to help her feel settled in our new life.
I am the biggest procrastinator there ever lived. I knew for months that my parents would be coming in July. For some reason, I just can not bring myself to turn the playroom into a guest room. Partly because I have no extra budget to work on it. Also because if any project involved me painting a room, I avoid it like a plague. So of course two days before my parents were supposed to be here, I panicked and started on the guest room. This headboard was the first project. Actually it is not even a headboard. It is a piece of Bella's crib that I saved. Here it is in its glory...covered in stickers.
When we moved into our brand new house last December, everything was painted in light gray. I love gray, but it was feeling like a big gray blob. I wanted to bring in some color and life into her room without doing a whole huge wall treatment like I usually do.
Welcome to our master bedroom! Up until recently, it was still builder beige and aside from getting a new comforter, there has been little to no effort made to cozify (that's a word right!?) our space. It's really been a pieced together, hodge podge of miscellaneous stuff taken from other areas of the house. Sure, I had thoughts of painting and decorating, but it just wasn't a priority. The room was simply a place to sleep. I really wanted a pretty space to relax in, so this year when we were doing our budget, we decided that our room would be one of the first spaces to tackle.
Our master bedroom was in desperate need of some TLC and updating. It was simply a place to sleep and most visitors don't even see the bedrooms so it got pushed to the end of the "updating list". I didn't want to spend tons of money buying new pieces so I updated what we had and I'm so excited with how it turned out.
Good morning, my sleeping beauties! Today Cutting Edge Stencils wants to chat about an emerging design trend called, Hollywood Regency. Come take a look at gorgeous master bedroom makeover that captures the essence of this glamorous style.
A cedar lined closet is one of life's little luxuries that you can't fully appreciate until you've got one! I recently used cedar planking to line the closet in my son's nursery, and the end result is absolutely stunning - and smells amazing to boot! If you love this project, you can find more easy and affordable DIY ideas on my blog, Love & Renovations.
I'd finally had it with the puppy smell coming from my daughters room. The carpet was disgusting and the constant carpet scrubbing was a massive chore. So my 14 year old daughter and I decided on a diy makeover for her room and here is how it came out. She loves it.
Today, I'm sharing a tutorial for a queen size mid-century modern inspired bed. This bed was inspired by one at CB2. Theirs is $899 and my husband and I made this one for $175.
I hope you love it as much as we do!
*This tutorial is very lengthy. If you would like to see more pictures of each step, please visit my blog....