A makeover in the Master Bedroom, nothing major just fresh paint, new baseboards and carpet all led to a little spruce up.
My kids helped with the painting:
We put up the choices:
In the end I used Benjamin Moore constellation:
We live in a cape style house which makes for multiple roof angles.
Here’s one of those funky spots, amazing what a little paint can do:
The mirror was by far the most fun project in this room, you can read the complete how-to in my post here.
Which leads us back to the headboard made from old shutters:
Anything was an upgrade from this:
And the painted Minnesota tribute sign celebrating my home state:
The sconces are meant for exterior use and come hard wired but you can see how I modified them to be plug-in style in my post here.
And lastly the nightstands got a fresh coat of paint in a vibrant blue:
I painted these little monogrammed bins, one for me and one for him:
Pull back a bit and you can see the wonky shape of our room:
But we love having the wide open space in the middle, it eases congestion and the kids make use of it as well:
The window nook creates the perfect spot for a desk which came with the house but originally was in the kids room not being used so I swiped it for my own vanity area.
(You can see that makeover here.)
And of course all the window trim and doors were painted white and all the hardware changed to oil rubbed bronze to finally match the downstairs.
Bye bye classy brassy:
Love the contrast between the ORB hardware and white, especially in the hallway where five doors all collide in a tiny landing:
There you have it, nothing fancy, plain and simple, fresh and updated.