Thursday, November 16, 2017

One Room Challenge- Guest Bedroom Final Reveal

The past seven weeks just flew by!  But I'm finally finished and today I'm revealing our guest bedroom makeover to you.

I'm so happy how this room came together.  

The room is nice and bright now.  I chose a neutral color scheme, layered in with lots of texture.   It's a laid-back space for our guests to rest and relax.

 Way back then; when our guest room was our master bedroom, it looked like this.  (Link to our master bedroom now!)





It was so bad!

The dark walls made the room feel dated and even smaller.
   

I painted the walls Benjamin Moore's Abalone matched to Glidden paint.  The color is so pretty and a great backdrop.  

The closet doors are painted with Rustoleum Chalk Board Paint.  It's durable and easy to wipe clean.  I used the same paint on my son and daughter's closet doors too.

I love this chair from Safavieh!  It's sturdy enough to sit on.  The unique design really complements the room.

The art, pillows and blanket at the end of the bed are from Etsy.
  
I ordered a bunch of accent pillow covers for the bed, but decided to pare it down to a group of three.  The arrangement feels more balanced.  I used three Euro pillows in the back.

I prefer natural fiber rugs.  It's chunky, but thankfully the closet doors still slide over it.



Although our guest room isn't very big, a bedside table was necessary.  A basket provides additional storage for blankets and pillows.

I have plants in every room!  I kept this one alive outside all summer.  Hopefully I can keep it alive inside too!

This bench can also double as a luggage rack.

My husband mounted the television and it looks much better on the wall.



The Netara Planter is from Anthropologie.



I love the shape of these concrete candle holders from McGee & Co; a favorite source of mine.




I gave the headboard a new look with paint.  I used my Finish Max Fine Finish HVLP Sprayer to give it a smooth finish.



I truly hope you guys enjoyed this makeover!  Your blog/Instagram comments meant a lot and encouraged me along the way.  I sincerely appreciate your continued support.  Although stressful at times, I enjoyed the experience and really had a lot of fun.  

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Thank you so much Linda, Calling it Home for organizing the One Room Challenge.  Be sure to check out all the other rooms revealed.


*Thank you to HomeRight for providing me with the Finish Max Fine Finish HVLP Sprayer.  All opinions expressed in this post are my own!

24 comments:

  1. Nailed it lady! It's gorgeous but hello of course it is! You did a fabulous job! Congrats on your ORC!!! xo

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  2. I really like your style. It feels authentic and relatable. You did a great job. Congrats on your first ORC. I have a feeling it will not be your last.

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  3. Brandi this space looks so great!! I love the dark headboard and side table in contrast to all the light elements, and I LOVE your choice in pillows, the throw and art! Your guests are going to love staying in here!!

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  4. It looks incredible. Completely inspires me to get our guestroom looking proper!

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  5. love it, brandi- that tassel blanket is my favorite thing! so pretty!

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  6. This looks so wonderful! The space looks so inviting!

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  7. The paint, along with mounting the tv made such a huge difference. Looks great, I really like the planter too!! Now you just need some guests to test it out :)

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  8. Brandi, once again you have created yet another gorgeous room. You have such a knack for mixing patterns, textures and colors. You make it seem so effortless. Job well done friend.

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  9. Brandi, you are the best!

    Now that you've convinced me... I'll buy my tickets ... lol

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  10. Brandi, you did such a great job!! I love that you painted the headboard and I totally agree, TVs look so much better mounted!

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  11. Very cozy space to welcome quests. All the earth tones and natural textures make it feel tranquil, like an oasis. Beautiful!

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  12. It looks beautiful Brandi! as usual a great job.

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  13. I love every single pillow you chose-I can't even pick a favorite, and that throw is so gorgeous! This is a beautiful ORC makeover! Kristin @ Postbox Designs

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  14. Brandi, you are becoming the queen of fresh & Beautiful laid-back style! Love your guest room dear! No detail left to chance, I love how you have 'inviting' and 'relax' in mind! Cheers to us for another room done!

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  15. It's beautiful! I love the natural accents especially.

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  16. Brandi!!! This is gorgeous! I love that chair - and the color on the walls is so cozy! Stunning reveal my friend! I'm honored to have done this ORC with you!

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  17. Beautiful job! Loving all the textiles and that chair! Good job.

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  18. Brandi- you've done a remarkable job with this big undertaking! WOW- it looks really great! Thanks for sharing each week's steps - these One Room Challenges are so neat. I wish I documented all my changes, but I am much too impatient, haha.

    Well done, ma'am! : - )

    Hugs!

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  19. What a gorgeous transformation! I love every.single.detail. :-)

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  20. Wow Brandi! Your bedroom looks as though it was designed by a professional. That tasseled blanket is so dreamy, and the cushions help seal the deal.

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  21. You did it! You did it!!!!!! The final result is comfortable, cozy, bright, and beautiful! Congratulations!!!

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  22. Absolutely stunning, Brandi! It's so light and bright...elegant and yet cozy. I love the tv placement. Genius idea. Enjoy it!

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  23. Gorgeous Brandi!!! Such a beautiful, bright and airy space! Now when can I visit? 😂

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  24. It looks marvelous sis, and that bed was comfortable too! You are a truly talented!

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