Wednesday, March 26, 2014

What's Your Style Series | Our Bedroom & Giveaway

So glad you're joining us for the final installment of What's Your Style Series, hosted by Jenna from Rain on a Tin Roof and Jamie from So Much Better with Age.  Like I shared in Part 1: Living Room Edition and Part 2: Kitchen Edition, our approach to style is more of a mantra:
Simple, Vintage, Antique, Design.
And like our Kitchen, our Bedroom has been a slow evolution over time.
What originally started as a dark khaki room with popcorn ceilings...
 Turned into this...
A wood accent wall was added using damaged fencing boards from our local Lowes that we purchased for a total of $25!  A grey wash was applied, but quickly realized the color palette wasn't quite what we wanted.  So we painted it white, which worked out significantly better with the headboard and bedding we already owned:
To keep things 
Simple
 and cost effective, we up-cycled old retail displays that we bought for 50 cents each into side tables.  Not what we had planned to use for the past two years, but they've done the job!  An addition of navy ribbon trim helped add character: 
Vintage & Antique
In looking for some unexpected art, we were thrilled when we came across this old Magnolia Gas Sign.  Our wedding reception was at Magnolia Plantation & Gardens in Charleston, SC and we now have a HUGE magnolia tree in our front yard, so the name seemed fitting.
 Design
Our home is always a work in progress and hopefully always evolving.  The addition of a Mohawk Rug was a welcome change this past winter. 
 And right now I'm currently updating our bedding which I hope to finish soon!
In the meantime, be sure to check out all these other blogs for additional Bedroom Inspiration!

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6 comments:

  1. A classy, beautiful bedroom, Michelle. I love the colors and the wonderful Magnolia sign. CJW

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  2. Hi michelle! I spotted your blog over at TDC and must say you have great design taste. I loved your box tutorial too! So clever.

    Stephanie.
    Loveolympiajune@blogspot.com

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  3. How perfectly fabulous to slumber beneath "MAGNOLIA."

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  4. This bedroom is just gorgeous!! Loved being on this tour with you. Your style is impeccable. Pinning and sharing on my FB page today ;)
    Hugs,
    Jamie

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  5. I love the wood accent wall, and what a great price for the materials!!

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