Equal parts sunroom, home office, slumber sanctuary, visit our remade bedroom.
After eight weeks of fussing and fluffing, our primary bedroom is a sweet dream.
Along with all the other home-loving, improvers who have been participating in this season's #OneRoomChallenge it's time to show our creations. Big or small. Simple or complex. Spaces near and far have been reimagined. Some have finished. Others are part way there. And, if you're like me, well, our ever-changing home never really stands still. But for now we are done and ready to welcome you in.
WHAT IS THE ORC?
The One Room Challenge™ occurs in April and October. Each round, twenty design influencers take the challenge as Featured Designers. Every Wednesday, the designers document their progress over six weekly posts (bumped to eight weeks due to the pandemic). Better Homes and Gardens is the official media sponsor.
HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED
Everyone with a blog or Instagram account is welcome to join as a Guest Participant by linking their own room transformations up each Thursday, flooding the internet and social media with interior design inspiration, ideas, and encouragement. You can also visit the One Room Challenge to follow along and cheer on the hundreds of home-loving kings and queens working their magic.
This is our third #OneRoomChallenge and being involved has certainly spurred us on to keep improving and #LovingLeuty. So far, we've chronicled the transformation of our backyard into a cutting garden and flower studio (see here) and overhauled a laundry/bathroom (see here). Now, we're making over our main bedroom. Please come along.
Where We Started And Where We Finished
This bedroom for Graham and me, tucked away at the back of the house, with a sunroom perched looking over the garden had great potential. She was an empty box, a bit beige and tired looking.
Here's what we had to address and how we tackled the makeover to bring out her charm:
No closet space / Added kitchen-grade storage columns from IKEA
Two-levels of orangey-hued flooring which interrupted the flow of the room / Painted the wood floor a crisp white with Rust-Oleum Floor Coating
Many inoperable windows / Replaced them all with new, sexy black windows that open from Fieldstone Windows
Privacy / Installed custom blackout roller blinds