So my friends, here I am on week two of my Master bedroom revamp. If you are just joining into the One room challenge saga, stay tuned for a wild and crazy ride where a bunch of different designers transform one room over the course of six weeks. You can click here and here to check out what all the other featured and guest participants are up to. I love this bi-annual friendly competition, it is a treasure trove of design inspiration and motivation.
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While I was working on our Big Girl Room Makeover post I wanted to make sure and provide a source list and stay accountable to my budget goals for the room. Spoiler alert, I was not only able to stay within the budget I had, but I came in lower than expected. You know what that means, more budget to spend on other fun projects.
If you saw the original moodboard post I highlighted most of my sources, for memories sake I will re-post them here:
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Well folks, I actually did it…I forced myself (and my husband) to finish the “Big Girl Room”. If you are just checking in for the first time, I discussed all the big plans in this post and shared my inspiration moodboard.
After I wrote that post we moved my daughter into the room so she could start getting a better night sleep. That made the makeover that much more difficult. Instead of being able to put the kids to bed and burn the mid night oil I had to fit working on her room into random hours here and there in the middle of the day. Never fear, I succeeded, it just took me a few weeks longer than I had originally planned.
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One day I was perusing Pinterest and I saw this piece of artwork.
I loved it immediately – but there is no way a $9800 piece of art will ever be in my budget. Sigh…time to move on…but then I thought, “What if I can make something of similar scale for a big statement piece in my house?” So I pulled out my paints and went for it.
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