Master Bedroom- Home Tour
Welcome to my master bedroom! I have a video below that walks you though the space. In it, I mention that this room is dark and cave like, but unlike the rest of my house, I think it works. It’s cozy and perfect for sleeping. There are a lot of things I want to change in the rest of my house, but for now I think the bedrooms are ok. So let’s start the tour, should we? When you walk in, to the left is my vanity where I get ready every morning. It has all of my jewelry storage which includes an old stand from Pottery Barn teen (no longer available) and a home made bulletin board that I just painted mint and then added push pins as a tangle-free way to hang my necklaces. It was so easy and inexpensive to make and effective! Since I don’t think I will do a whole post on what I would like to change in here, one thing is that I would like to reupholster the vanity stool. I am sick of that old fabric. I have always thought a velvet would be nice.
I love pattern and this bedroom has a big focal wall! The wallpaper is fun but starting to feel a little dated for me. Our bedroom is long! The newest addition to it is the Elton Settee from West Elm. It is so perfect for putting on your shoes or watching a movie or as a step into bed for my littlest dog 😉
We have a fan in the room which isn’t the prettiest, but we use it all of the time in the summer. Maybe I’ll paint the blades white to get it to disappear a bit.
This is a terrible picture of the view out my window. It is of a vineyard! In the middle of a city! I love it.
A little gallery wall behind our wall, mostly of travel collections. And here is our biggest DIY to date- our new closet! In the picture above, where the door is used to be was a sink. It was so strange, but kind of nice since we only have one bathroom (it was my sink… I might miss it now and then- haha). Anyway, Preston (my hubs) used to use the closet in the nursery, but when we had the baby we decided to tear out the sink and extend the master closet. My side stayed the same in dimensions and Preston got the section where the sink used to be. We re-did my side so it is more functional. It is so hard to photograph, but it is large and amazing and so efficient. We love it!
So many shoes- and that’s not even all of them! (Boots are on the bottom left under my dresses. On the right side under the shirts is a shelf for my flats).
Here is a video of the space so you can better understand the layout:
And that is the master bedroom! We only have the kitchen to tour and then we can move on to some DIY posts (what to do first- new runner for the stairs? Paint and wallpaper the entry? Light for the baby’s room?)- so exciting!
Bed- Drexel Heritage Postobello Style- Byron Bed (no longer available)
Nightstands- Drexel Heritage Postobello Style- Gina Night Stand (no longer available)
Lamps- Drexel Heritage Postobello Style- Pewter Nonogram Lamp (no longer available)
Dresser- Drexel Heritage Postobello Style- Monaco Dresser (no longer available)
Settee- Down East Home via West Elm
Vanity and Vanity Mirror- JC Penny (no longer available)
Vanity Stool- Target Shabby Chic (no longer available)
Paint- Martha Stewart Shale MSL276 (walls) (the paint chip is no longer available, but Home Depot can still mix it with Glidden paint)
Olympic Black Magic D58-6(trim)