It's here, it's finally here! Reveal day for the One Room Challenge!!! I know you all came here for the pictures, so I promise to keep this short and sweet.
We wrapped up the installation on our master bedroom last week, so I've been living in the new space since then and I LOVE it! The whole room feels fun and colorful, while still being a calm place to fall asleep each night. I was able to bring in a lot of natural elements to the space which act as a nice foil to the other printed and polished pieces.
Before I can show you the final result, lets rewind 6 weeks and revisit the original space. The room was a total design mish-mosh. We had furniture from our old apartment in New York City, and a whole lot of open space. We also had a rug which I hated, too small lights, a crack in the ceiling, and old paint that didn't work with anything.
Well, 6 weeks have gone by, and I'm pleased to say that the room no longer looks anything like those original photos. It's gotten a major facelift from grass cloth and paint, as well as a window seat build-out, new light fixtures, some new furniture, and all new soft accessories. We have a whole new color palette as well with lots beautiful blues and pops of violet. So, after 6 weeks of work, here is the final space:
Thank you all so much for following along! I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments below! The One Room Challenge is always such a fun community based event, and I love participating! Make sure to follow along with all of the other guest participants here to see their transformations as well! Each person works so hard on the design and execution, and I personally plan to spend this weekend browsing through all of the make-overs!
Additional thanks to Linda from Calling it Home for organizing this entire event, and to House Beautiful as a media partner.
I was lucky enough to have a lot of things custom made for this space, so I want to take a moment to thank the talented individuals who took my plan and turned it into a reality! Special thanks to the following local vendors:
Sewing Workroom- The Sewing Loft of Avon
Window Seat & Radiator Cover- Greene Carpentry
Paint and Wallpaper- Grega Painting
Etagere Refinish- Maureen Anderson, Fairmount Terrace
Photography- Luanne Kelly Photography
Until next time! xx, Kate