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Wanted a vintage look to the room. So I bought items from yard sales and painted them to match the decor.
Our master bedroom was very dated and full of mistakes - bad window treatment, awful wallpaper and not enough storage. We put in closet systems and added a storage bed. We removed a dark wood "feature" wall and brightened up the space. I hope you like it.
My redecorated blue bedroom. Calm, peaceful, serene blue color. Filled with country, asian inspired antique pieces.
After Hurricane Sandy in 2012, I made a major purge of closets and storage areas around here I made donations to local thrift establishments and sent donations to New Jersey Sandy Survivors. With the spaces being cleared, it made it easier to get the house holiday & guest ready. Using items I already had plus some pieces I had collected from thrift, I was able to convert the last room in our rental home into a guest space for under $450. Mixing in wood pieces and collected baskets added texture plus helped warm the otherwise grey + black + white space. I created another gallery wall with photos I captured in Florida & framed - a nice little escape for us here in AZ. Because most pieces were already on hand - minus the sleep sofa - I was able to get this space done in a day. What helped a lot was the existing neutral foundation of gray walls and the beige carpet. Read more details at my blog Focal Point Styling: http://nyclq-focalpoint.blogspot.com/2012/11/done-in-day-guest-room-ready-for-under.html