We moved into our 1900’s Victorian home almost a year ago, and I am embarrassed to admit that I have not put any effort into decorating our master bedroom – but that is about to change! My personal style is constantly evolving which is the main reason I procrastinate designing rooms for myself. Plus, I hate spending money on myself and am endlessly on the search for the best deals. You’ll likely find me digging in clearance sections and hopping through garage sales on weekends. Buying anything planned might be my biggest challenge here!
After losing sleep over a space not living up to it’s potential, I decided to treat myself as I would treat a client to begin our master bedroom redesign. I’m not sure if it could be called a “redesign” but nonetheless, I’ll be sharing my progress and projects along the way starting with the first step – inspiration pictures!
Designer Cameron MacNeil (photo by Donna Griffith) knows how to mix colors and texture – this print makes me swoon!
Dear Lillie’s guest bedroom – I love the gray and white with a mix of patterns. The pop of color with flowers and a plant are perfection.
Myquillyn, known as The Nester of the Nesting Place created this wall with… Duct Tape! Her blog and her book are filled with inspirational and beautiful ideas.
My insta’ friend Liana’s (@viva_lila on instagram) master bedroom is just gorgeous, as is her entire house. Check her out – she is one to follow!
I am the biggest critic when it comes to designing my own spaces which is why I don’t share much but I am hoping to change that. I’ve already made a little progress with our bedroom but I have a lot of work to do – be sure to follow along for more!