Welcome back to the One Room Challenge, we are at the end… week 6!!! Hard to believe the challenge is over. I’m pretty excited I made it, not that I didn’t think I wasn’t going to but this last week was crazy. I would like to thank Linda from Calling it Home for putting on this challenge. It was very motivating and I’m sure that if it weren’t for the ORC I would have had the same bedroom for at least another 3 – 6 months.
This was my inspiration board from week 1
Here is what our bedroom looked like before
I still had my IKEA bed frame from university and not much else was going on in the room. The room was lifeless and definitely wasn’t relaxing.
We now have a fresh and relaxing Master Bedroom…
Lets see another before and after… I love this, especially when it’s my own room!
My mom bought me a set of furniture for my room when I was little. When I moved out, I took some of the pieces with me and painted them. For the ORC all I had to do was change the hardware.
The chair is from a church bazaar, my mom got it for $10! I had it recovered with the same fabric as one of the pillows.
I found this beautiful chandelier on kijiji for $50!! I love it.
My friend picked up these vintage lamps on Queen West in Toronto, they fit in perfectly!! Thank you, Michelle!
Matt and I made the headboard. It wasn’t too hard but I was scared to try anything other than a straight border, especially because I chose stripes for the fabric.
I love my Minted art pieces above the side tables, they definitely add to the feel of the room.
I made this yellow rose arrangement for my grandma when I was a little girl and she kept it in her cabinet along with her Royal Doulton figurines. I have it now because she passed away almost 2 years ago… there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think of her.
The little Eiffel Tower is from our trip to Paris 2 years ago!
I want to thank all of my friends, coworkers, and family who supported me and helped me throughout this challenge. Especially to my loving husband for hanging pictures at midnight and making the headboard with me. Thank you to my mom for making the bed skirt and for all of your help.
Hope you enjoyed following along, and who knows… maybe I will try it again next year!
Be sure to check out Calling it Home to see the final reveals of the other 150+ bloggers who also took on this challenge and the group of 20 bloggers/designers that led the way each week!
Fabric – Headboard, curtains, Euro pillow, Chair seat and solid pillow all from Tonic Living/ Art from Minted – Left , Right / Small pillow from Designer Fabrics – Sarah Richardson fabric / Duvet cover and shams from West Elm / Makeup vanity from Crate & Barrel / Curtain rod from Bouclair / Bedding from the Bay