One Room Challenge Week 6 - {Master Bedroom Reveal!}

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Reveal day is here!  I have followed along in years past with other participants as they made over spaces and have been truly inspired!  So this year when I saw that Linda at Calling it Home had started the fall One Room Challenge and opened it up to guest participants, I had to get in on the action.  Of course, it totally helped that I had already been musing about making over my Master Bedroom.  But without the push of working alongside the other guest participants, I would have never pushed forward to complete it in such a short time.

All of that being said, I can't wait to see what everyone else has done.  I'm already in love with Sherry's makeover over at Design Indulgence. It's full of neutrals and deep charcoals, which always make my heart beat fast!  And did you also see Cassie's high gloss navy blue built-ins over at Hi Sugarplum?!!  I'm in love!  I may have to repaint my dining room shelves, haha!  But I will save that for another time.  If you're here, you probably want to see how my Master Bedroom turned out, and I can't wait to show you!  Come take a peek!

















I had forgotten about this little table.  It was covered with a tablecloth, but I think it was the first piece of furniture I ever bought from an antiques store.  I love the little scallop detail around the edges.  It ended up being the perfect height and scale for a lamp and plant, while still leaving room to put down a cup of tea and something to read.








The project evolved from my original design board, but I love the results.  It's been quite a change from six weeks ago.




I'm especially loving that the AV components sort of blend into this new/old dresser, since they're all black.  I still have plans for a built-in, but this is such an improvement! :) 


I also ended up not re-using the seafan art.  They didn't seem to go with the bird motif, for one.  But  also when I originally put them together, I had them 'professionally' framed.   The good news is that Hobby Lobby does a good job because I couldn't get the glass out of the frame!  I didn't want to break the glass, so that project is on a back burner for another room.  



If you would like to see projects from previous weeks, click on the links below.  







I'll be back to share sources and some more of my favorites from the One Room Challenge!

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26 comments

  1. I discovered you while checking out the ORC guest participants. I have since decided to follow your blog. Love, love your reveal. My absolute favorite pieces are your night stands. Love the sitting area by the window. The dresser transformation. Love how you pulled it all together.... Enjoy your new space!

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    1. Thank-you Stacy! I think that chair by the window is my new favorite place to sit! So glad you subscribed to the blog, too!

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  2. oooh i really love the art around the tv- nice work!

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    1. Thank-you, Cassie! So glad the ORC made me finally frame the prints!

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  3. I love your room makeover. It looks beautiful!

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  4. It's beautiful! I love all of the furniture and the artwork around the tv! The nightstands are such a great IKEA hack too! Nice work!

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    1. Thank-you! I think the nightstands are my favorite project from the ORC!

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  5. So pretty! I love the sense of calm, and how so much interest comes from texture--the wood finish on the end tables contrasting with the mercury glass lamps, the tufting, the woven elements. It really looks great!

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    1. Thank-you, Heather! I think 'sense of calm' is the exact reason why I am drawn to neutrals!

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  6. love everything about this room!!! the TV wall is fantastic - I love mixing in art to cover up the TV!!! the whole space is so cozy! great job!

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  7. Wow!!!! It all came together amazingly! I love the art around the tv and how you hid the components, and the new headboard, nightstands, and styling is all gorgeous!

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    1. Haha! I try to hide them whenever possible! Thank-you!

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  8. Oh wow, Melanie. I do love the space. My jaw dropped when I scrolled to the shot of the dresser. Holy cow it really pulls everything together nicely!

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    1. Thank-you! The dresser is one of my favorites too!

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  9. Your room came out great! I love the paint color on the walls first...everything you've picked out is just perfect. Your floor plan looks so similar to our master. I've thought of putting chairs in the same spot and haven't yet. Now I really want to! ;)

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  10. This is such a stunning bedroom. I love the the wall color! You did an amazing job!!!

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  11. Thank-you! I just saw your wood shelving DIY, and I love it!

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  12. Your room turned out beautiful!!

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  13. Such a lovely and cozy room. Beautiful bedside cabinets and I love the birds!

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  14. I love the headboard. This is the perfect space at the end of a long day. How relaxing and lovely. Great job.

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  15. Hi Melanie! I am so glad you loved my room:) You did a great job on your makeover also! Yes....painting the dresser really helped with the TV area. The bird pictures look great and love the neutrals [you know I love these colors!], The headboard and small chest add just the right amount of neutral and wood to the space. Congrats on a beautiful Job!

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  16. I am a bird lover too, so I adore the style of your room! I want to do something very similar in our master I think. Random question.....do you have a low profile or regular box spring/platform with your bed? That is just like the bed I want and I am fixing to order a new mattress and box spring so I wasn't sure if the normal 9" would be too tall. Thanks!

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  17. Hi, i really love the way your bedroom turned out. What is your wall color, it is breathtaking!

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