Yes, I know it has taken me 6 long months to complete this space. Most of it has been done but it's the final little touches that stopped me. I know most rooms are never done so this will not be the last time you see this room. I'm excited I finally got a chance to take photos and show you. Brace yourself, there are a lot.
This is hubby's side. I was able to find a nightstand that went with the rest of our furniture. I really wanted to find a matching nightstand to mine but it's hard finding just one nightstand. I searched Craigslist and found one but no one ever responded.
On his nightstand is a recent photo of us.
In the corner between the nightstand and large window are some pictures from our wedding day. Since this room is our retreat, I tried to keep most of the photos of us. It's amazing to see how far we've grown together.
Of course, I had to get a floor mirror. This one is from Ikea.
Now on to my side of the bed. This is the original nightstand that came with out set. I love the dark espresso and that it sits higher than most nightstands I've seen.
Here's a side view of this area.
We mounted to television to the wall over the dresser.
The top is pretty simple here. Believe me, it normally does not look this clean.
I picked up this gray nailhead bench from Target. It definitely helps with getting ready in the morning. The kids love it too, especially my son. He can get on the bed with no problem now.
On the other side of the room is the sitting area. I decided to turn it into an office. It gave me space to blog without running to our other office in a separate room.
I love the desk I chose. It's a simple one from Ikea. The glossy white top makes it feel more classy.
A nice chair that didn't look like an office chair was a must have.
I put together a gallery wall with random objects and again, photos of us.
In the corner is a chair that I'm so glad we got. Originally we were going to get two chaise lounge chairs but in the end it may have been too cramped and we normally don't come into this space at the same time.
For knick knacks and office supplies, I bought this shelf from Ikea. It was inexpensive and fit the bill.
I love this picture of hubby with the kids in Charleston.
So there you have it! All done. I'll be back with a source list, hopefully later this week. It was hard enough getting all these photos done.
For the full room source list, go here.
Check out the progress in the master bedroom:
Master Bedroom Plan
DIY Fabric Trimmed Curtains
DIY Acrylic Tray
White Pintuck Bedding
DIY Placemat Pillow
Another Placemat Pillow
Gray Accent Wall
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