Master Bedroom Renovation

The first room of our massive renovation is 100% completed! I may have panicked a little about not having a room ready for Kaia when she was born, which put the breaks on the kitchen renovation. In all fairness, I was nesting and had no where to nest! So hubby started the new master bedroom rebuild.

We decided to make the office/ playroom our new master bedroom and our old master Kaia’s room/ part of the office we plan to put in. The playroom/ office was a large bonus room that had a wonky closet with shelves. We believe the space may have been the very original garage in 1971.

 
(terrible before photos but I always forget to take them!)

To start, we closed in the nook to the wonky closet to make it a large walk-in pantry for the kitchen. Doing that now made the master bedroom a rectangle, which is easier to work with. We put a wall up on the other side of the room to build a large walk-in closet. I’ll share all about our closet later, promise!

Next came paint, then framing the doors and windows like we have been putting in the whole house. A tutorial is in the works. Then we installed baseboards, doors, hardware and then floors.

Final step was moving over and decorating, yay!
Decorating budget was VERY minimal so I had to re-purpose a few things from other areas of the house. I knew my husband really liked the dark blue and I knew I wanted to add a rust color, thankfully these two colors can complement each other so I ran with those colors and created this as my inspiration board.

Gold Peach Brown Mood Board Photo Collage

Since the bedroom is highly visible off the main living and kitchen space it needed to look polished and finished. I am still shopping for the right pillows that offer a more layered textured look but I am happy with these for now.

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I found some cool artwork for $5 on Etsy, spent $5 to print and $15 for a frame so new art work was only $25!

Since the budget isn’t currently there, I kept all furniture which we repainted black years ago. To add some coziness and finish off the look I added curtains and plants. I really wanted a real fiddle leaf for our room and I got lucky Home Depot had some one day, unfortunately they were not in great shape.  So, I have been nursing this one back to health slowly.
I think the bedroom is such a special place and a room where you want to add your personal, more meaningful items so, I sprinkled in some meaningful books and photos and may add a few more later.

Overall, I am happy with how the space turned out. Since the room is right off the living space, the kids and I are often in and out during the day, my mirror almost always has little hand prints and there is likely a few toys at the end of the bed. Those kind of things are what make this room part of our home and crashing here after a long day is the best place in the whole world to me.

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Can you spot Kaia? -All products used are linked below-

PRODUCTS USED: Comment for anything specific I don’t have listed.

Some of these products are affiliated with which means I may earn a small commission of sales if you purchase though my link.

Paint: Valspar Signature Frappe from Lowes
Floors: Pergo XP Riverbend Oak  from Home Depot
Duvet: its a few years old from West Elm but here is a similar style from WestElm.com
Blue Throw Pillows: Hobby Lobby but here is similar ones on Amazon
Rust/Copper Lumbar Pillow: World Market
Macrame Plant Hanger: Amazon
Fiddle Leaf Basket: Amazon but I love this one and this one too
Black Lamp Shade: Stand is super old from Ikea but new shades are from World Market
Bead Garland: Amazon
Rug: Wayfair
Mirror: Wayfair
Blackout Curtains: Amazon
Mountain Art: Etsy– love everything she has!
Wood Picture Frame: Hobby Lobby
Blue Fur Stool: Hobby Lobby but I love this ottoman pouf too from amazon- I  use the stool to do my hair and makeup most days.
Headboard: a DIY from years ago but this one from Amazon is pretty or if you want to invest a little more this one from Z Gallerie is gorg!
Plants: Home depot

XOXO MICHELLE SINCLAIR

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