Monday, November 23, 2015

Master Update and Art Spotting

So in addition to working on my One Room Challenge Project for the past 6 weeks, I've also been working on our master bedroom. Our master bath renovation is finally done (pictures to be posted soon) and we moved into the room a couple of weeks ago.

You may recall that when we bought the house, the room looked like this.

All of the dated wallpaper and furnishings have been replaced by a bright eclectic space. 

You can see a peek of our new bathroom through the door. The chair and dresser shouldn't be so close together. I need a longer cable cord for the cable box. I'm also on the hunt for a small ottoman for the chair. 

I used the curtains from our last house, as well as a wingback chair and tall dresser by the window. Everything else is new to the room. The bed is from Westelm, the side tables and long dresser are vintage from a great store called Peg Leg Vintage, and the rug is from Crate and Barrel.

I found these mid-century looking lamps at Target!

My favorite feature is the decorative molding and high ceilings. We painted all of the decorative moulding the same color as the walls (Benjamin Moore Grey Lake). It looks so much more modern now.

I still haven't hung much up on the walls. This painting by Charlotte Evan's needs a frame. I love her work - so colorful. 

And as you can see there is a large space above the bed that needs large piece of art. 

I'd take just about anything by Emily Jeffords, and I was excited to see that One Kings Lane is selling reasonably priced giclees of several of her paintings like this one:

I've bought a couple of things from One Kings Lane, but had never thought to use it as a source for art. It turns out that they sell quite a bit of art - vintage originals and prints by current artists. Here are a few of my favorites, not necessarily for my master bedroom - although a couple would work well.

Green With Envy by Doris Sherwin 
If you like my taste in art, check out my Pinterest Art Gallery Board I pin a lot of my favorite art and sources for art. 

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