Happy New Year Friends! I hope you had an amazing holiday season and wishing you all the best in 2019!! I am so grateful you are here today looking for master bedroom makeover ideas!
I am so excited to share with you our master bedroom reveal. I have been working on this bedroom since April!
We painted the walls in the master bedroom a bunny gray by Sherwin Williams and the trim an Alabaster white, also by Sherwin Williams.
I just love winter white and soft tones for the winter months. The pillows and pink blanket in this master bedroom are both from HomeGoods.
Ella loves this canopy and master bedroom refresh!
I really wanted to add some texture and vintage goodness, therefore I made a bedside table out of vintage cheese crates and made it mobile by adding casters. Click here to see this super easy DIY.
We also had a very old pine dresser that we still needed to use. Therefore, I painted it the Alabaster white to match the trim in the bedroom, along with some vintage knobs I purchased from Amazon. You may click here to see more of this DIY dresser.
I took my first shopping trip to a Hobby Lobby. I’ve never been to one before, as we don’t have a lot of big box stores here in Vermont. I found these small metallic bedside lamps, faux flowers, and farmhouse-style vases for the master bedroom side tables.
And this really fun wall piece was 50% off at Hobby Lobby too. I luv the vintage look and softness it added to this wall.
A vintage breakfast tray that I found at a local thrift shop.
This master bedroom looks very different today! See more in the post, 3 Wallpaper Bedroom Designs Emblematic of a Cozy Vermont Inn.
I luv the wooden hearts made by Rustic Occasion. And so excited to be collaborating with them moving forward! Aimee’s Etsy shop is filled with such beautiful handmade home accents.
You may also enjoy this post, Vintage Dresser Refashioned | Something Old Something New.
Here is the bed with the Soft Surrounding jute bed skirt, which I love! The bed skirt adds just the right amount of soft texture for any bedroom.
A pair of vintage skis that I painted, over the bureau, adds a little winter Vermont charm.
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