7.10.2013

Master Suite Before & After

While I hate to say this room is "done," it feels done. No more furniture needed, paint has been applied, hardware and mirrors are installed, and ghastly window treatments have been removed. It is lovely and comfortable and working just as we had hoped. But...... we also have ideas for this side of the house (first floor master) and would like to rip everything out and reconfigure the space in both the bedroom, bathroom, and closet in the next few years. Until then though (and maybe two small purchases) we are finished. 

This is the before picture from our house listing...

And this is now...

The paint color on the wall is Sherwin Williams Serious Gray with Lazy Gray on the ceiling. I almost wish we went a bit darker, but at night it has a much moodier feel that I love. 


The coral border bedding is from Crane & Canopy and the headboard is from the Camden tufted with brass nail heads by Ballard


The side tables, leather bench, and dresser are Camden collection from Restoration Hardware


The rug is Ironwork Trellis from Shades of Light. I want to add something above the headboard. Maybe a pair of antique brass mirrors? 


The master bath is right off the bedroom and is closed off in sections (vanity, closet, shower/tub/toilet). This is the before when we moved in...


 There have not been a ton of changes, but subtle ones that make the space our own. 


 The light fixture is from Restoration Hardware. I tortured myself over that decision as well, but going with something clean and industrial works best for us. 

 I got the rug from ESale Rugs for such a bargain. Still love it. 

 The mirrors are West Elm. I poured over mirrors for so many months, but really I just wanted something with clean lines and large scale to open the space up more. 


 I thought of maybe changing the paint colors in the bathroom, but really nice clean and bright white just feels right. 


This claw foot tub is really nice and all, but honestly I have used it maybe twice in a year. You think it is is a mistake to get rid of it (probably relocate to a different bathroom) and just do one huge shower when we reconfigure? 

 It does have a lovely view. 

 The shower is kind of small, so a big double shower head one sounds really nice. 

It feels really great to have these spaces done. Now I am off to obsess over the nursery, which is getting wallpapered today. So excited to see how it turns out and get everything set up to show you! 

xo
Erin 

1 comment:

  1. Kristen Alarik Clack10.7.13

    Love it! I really like the blue rug in your bedroom~so pretty and fresh. I have a double shower and i highly recommend it!!! I knocked out some closet space to get it (so sad!) but totally worth it :-)

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