A while ago I showed you the new bedding we got for Christmas--but I have yet to show you our master bedroom makeover.
So lets remember where we started:
This is what our room looked like for many years before we added our $1 Headboard:
Then came the headboard and mirror:
Everything in the room was all coordinated around the blue and green color scheme.
Our lamps--(I already showed you their transformation HERE):
My whole sewing area including the chair:
Pictures on the Wall:
Lets just say that the purchase of new bedding ENTIRELY upset the balance and order of my WHOLE ENTIRE ROOM!!! I needed to redo everything!!!
So I started with my little sewing chair. I had left over fabric from my Kitchen curtains. And it matched PERFECTLY!!
So I just stapled over the other fabric (even though I actually started to undo all the staples to take it apart and my hubby walked in and asked me why I didn't just put it on top! I swear that guy is a GENIUS!! Duh! Saved me a lot of work!)
I think it looks very elegant.
Close up so you can see the fabric:
Then above my dresser (Which is on the list to get a new coat of paint) I had collected a fantastic little assortment of Chucke Cheese photos. They are small and Cheesy (get it?) but I love them. However, they didn't look very elegant on my walls as they were:
So I found some dollar store picture frames (2 for $1) that were the same size.
I spray painted those babies up--as well as my lamp shades.
Then I scanned in the originals into my computer (So I could have a digital copy) and then reprinted them and framed them up. I really love how they turned out!
Next the curtains were now all wrong--as was the curtain rod and curtain hangy thingies.
So they got a makeover with spray paint too:
I think that the Oil Rubbed Bronze finish looks so much better and matches the sconces I have on either side of my mirror. AND I totally scored and found these old curtain panels in my closet. They were from another room and I hadn't seen them in years and just stumbled upon them! So serendipitous!
So that is my new master bedroom.