Welcome to the last installment of the "What's Your Style?" Series! We'll be taking you on tours of our bedrooms this time! If you've been following along since the beginning of the series, then you know you're in for a huge treat of inspiration and drool worthy design!! If you're visiting from Lucy's blog Craftberry Bush, I'm so glad to have you here!! Before I get to my bedroom, I just want to mention the amazing giveaway at the end of this post! You have a chance to win a $100 gift card to Online Fabric Store!! Told you it was amazing! :)
Our bedroom is pretty consistent with the look of the rest of our home, except it's the only room in the house not painted a neutral color! When I first started getting into decorating and when I was still discovering my true style, we painted it a pale blue.
When we started on redoing it again in the fall, I debated repainting the room white. My extreme dislike for painting walls won out, so the blue remains, but it all worked out perfectly! I'm happy with how the room came together.
I brought in lots of white, lots of mirrors and a little bit of wood tone to add the touch of rusticness that I love.
The result was a very calming and peaceful room.
My husband built our mantle headboard from a porch post, fence boards and barn wood. I've been dreaming about a mantle headboard for years and I absolutely love it!!
I thought I would also share my son Anderson's room because it's just so cute!
I had a blast putting his industrial room together! It took me a year to find all the elements, but it was a fun little treasure hunt! We redid it for him as a surprise while he was staying with my parents for the weekend. His reaction was priceless! He was thrilled with his new room!
This gallery wall of wood crate pieces is probably my favorite part of the room. The typography is so fun. Since this picture was taken I have found more pieces that need to be added to the wall.
Like the rest of my house, you can see evidence in our bedrooms of my love of collections. I just can't help it. I'm drawn to multiples and displaying them all together.
Thank you so much for joining me on our tour series. I have really enjoyed sharing our home and my style with you all! Be sure to head over to Roeshel's blog DIY Show Off to see her gorgeous bedroom! And don't forget to enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter widget below!
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Tuesday, March 25th
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You have so many great pieces. Love how you display your collections. Well done.ReplyDelete
I love your style! The blue looks great in your room, very peaceful! I love the headboard and the mirror collection, wow! Your son's room looks great too with so many industrial details.ReplyDelete
Gigi @ Old World Patina
I love your room! Now I remember your gallery of mirrors! And, you have some fantastic furniture!ReplyDelete
Angela @ Number Fifty-Three
Love the soft blues used in your bedroom! Lovely mirrors! I really love all the accessories in your son room!!!!!!!! Very nice collections!ReplyDelete
I just love it all!!!ReplyDelete
~Linsey at The Farmhouse Porch
Love your bedroom and headboard and your son's room is amazing! Love it ;)ReplyDelete
I love it! It is really gorgeous. And your son's room is so amazingly adorable! You do such a fabulous job with everything you touch.ReplyDelete
Love this pretty room. The wall of mirrors is awesome. Very pretty.ReplyDelete
You have a beautiful eye for display! Your son's room is adorable, and I love the blue on the walls in your room. My bedroom is also a grayish blue, and it is very calming. It's my first time visiting your blog, stopping over from Mod Vintage Life. Have a great week :)ReplyDelete
Melissa, I just popped over from Kris' feature - I love your style! These bedrooms are soo great, both of them. I have a thing for garden nozzles (great display you have!), I use the glove molds for displaying my antique mesh & beaded purse collection. Two of my sisters & I buy & sell antiques together, and we sell a lot of what you're using in your home style. :)ReplyDelete
Rita C at Panoply
Glove molds, I realize, are from your LR (I was looking at a couple different posts).Delete