It’s been almost a year since I made over the master bedroom of my friend Jordan’s home. Where does the time go?! And today, I’m finally sharing the full reveal, over on Curbly.
A little back story… Jordan and her husband Chris’s old master bedroom was filled with oversized furniture and accessories that made the room feel crowded and unfinished. And the walls had been painted by the previous owners a yellow mustard color.
So, to make the space a better fit for this young couple, there were a lot of changes to be made. Even with a modest budget of roughly just $1,200.
If you check out the before shots, you’ll see just how many changes were made. Starting with paint…and guess what?! It’s not white! Of course, white is my go-to color for walls. But I went with a light grey instead (Reflection from Sherwin-Williams), so the space would feel a little warmer and the white window trim would pop.
I wanted the space to feel fun and inviting, but also mature and not overly feminine. So, I incorporated pops of color throughout the room, with accessories and artwork, to balance out the neutral walls, without overwhelming the room.
Naturally, there were a few DIY projects to tackle for this makeover, and I’ll be sharing most of them on Curbly over the remainder of the week. There’s a DIY lighting makeover, a large scale DIY art project, dip-dyed pillowcases, and more.
Here are a couple of of snippets from the DIY projects I tackled…
*Jordan hand painted the For Eva Eva art piece. And the abstract landscape is by artist, Rebecca Hoadley.
And my favorite…this DIY stool makeover, which I’ll be sharing on Curbly later this month. Check out the entire bedroom reveal here.
Big thanks to Jordan for inviting me into her home, to make over her space!
Photography by Sarah Eddy // Concept and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff