Wednesday, January 7, 2015

It's Time for the Master

It's time we finally get our master bedroom together.  Most of the other rooms have been finished so I decided it was time to make our room our sanctuary.

Last time I shared our bedroom was here and here.
  
We painted the walls a light greige and pretty much left it alone.  There's blank slate to work with.

Here are some ideas I put together.
 

We have the necessary furniture like the bed and dresser.  I would love to add a gray upholstered headboard if I can find one we afford.  I missed out on one at Target last week.  It was on clearance online and I waited too long to jump on it.  As in the next day.  I checked the very next day and someone else took it.  I know.  I'm still kicking myself.  I should know better by now.  We have new bedding but I'm trying to think of an excuse to get something else.  I want to add a photo gallery around the wall mounted TV above the dresser.

I want to add a drum chandelier overhead.  There's currently a builder's standard bowl light now.  A drum would be so much more romantic and moody.  It would also look good with our trey ceiling.

We have a large seating area that is currently not being used.  A pair of chaise lounges or chairs and ottomans are ideal.  It would be a great place to read a book or for me to work on my laptop when I don't feel like going into the office.  Right now I tend to work at the kitchen counter or sit on the bed.  We have both wanted a large floor mirror for a while so I'm thinking it could go in this space.

Can't wait to get this room started.  It's been a long time coming.  We deserve a space all our own to wind down at the end of the day.

 
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1 comment:

  1. Hello Andrea & Happy New Year! I hear you on decorating the master - even though mine is too small to call a master, I added a few decorative changes over the holiday break. The colors you chose are soothing...I'm feeling the hints of blue. Can't wait to see the finished space!

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