The Master Bedroom.
I never thought I would ever have a room that I could paint my own designs on the walls. This has been one of the best parts of owning a home. Being able to do as you please. Woo Hoo! This room, as with the other is to be relaxing, but not boring. There were many compromises made here to be both for my husband and I. Like the wall color. I wanted a soft blue, he was more for green. So now the blue in the room is done in accents. See, everyone wins. Anyhow, here is the room expenses breakdown. Note items have been collected over time, over 6 years.
Paint Glidden ‘Prairie Sage’ satin 20$ Home Depot
Bed frame, headboard and foot board, mattress and box spring, 1500$ NEX Hawaii.
Night Stands, solid wood, 20$ set, Craigslist
Lamps 5$ Each Craigslist
Lamp Shades 25$ Target
Dresser 50$ Craigslist
Dresser refinishing project, 40$ supplies
New Ceiling fan/light 120$ Home Depot
Closet Doors 50$ Home Depot
Curtains 25$ Set, Target
Wood Roman Shade 15$ Walmart
Brown Bedding 70$ Walmart
Blue Duvet 0$ Craigslist
Bed Pillows, 5$-8$ Ross
Chair 20$ Clearance. NEX Hawaii
Ok, so it looks like I spent a lot in here. But it has been added over the last 6 years.
The hanging bamboo painting is made of 4 pack of flat canvases (10$ at walmart) 1 can of brown spray paint. Masking paint to tape off border and for the branches. And an old curtain tie, cut and glued to connect the canvas like a chain.
My new dresser
Old dresser I refinished a few years ago is no longer in my bedroom.
Looking into the bedroom from the master bath
And what inspired this room? An amazing dining room by David Bromstad. He had made wood cutouts of Ginkgo leaves (I am obsessed with ginkgo leaves by the way) I could not make the cut outs, but I could free hand them on my walls with leftover trim and door paint. White in a semi gloss.
There you have it. My master bedroom as it stands today.