it’s reveal time!! Finally!

Wow guys, it feels like its been so long that I’ve been waiting to show you this completed space! If you’ve been following along you’ve seen the inspiration and before pictures of this room. Now it’s time to show you it’s completion! If you’ve ever remodeled before you know that it takes a while before the remodeled space really feels done. I’m not sure that I feel like I’m 100% done but done enough to show it on here so that’s good enough for now!

Well, let’s get to it! Drumroll…

I posted a picture of this on my instagram a couple weeks ago! This handrail was a serious labor of love. Isaac and I did this by ourselves! We still have some touch ups and tweaking to do to it but overall I’m pretty impressed with us. I priced out cable railing from several different companies and it was just crazy what they were charging! I ordered our cable and crimper from Amazon and the fittings from a cable company online.

One cool thing about the two sliding “barn” doors in our room is that both of these doors are original to the house. I can’t figure out where the one over the shelving came from but the one to the bathroom used to be a swinging door into the kitchen that they didn’t paint! Love the natural wood look on it. All we had to do was cut it down a bit and then I oiled that baby up. I can’t decide what to do with the door over the shelving. Leave it? Paint it white? Give me your opinions!

Love how that black wall really spices up the room. Something a little unexpected but completely fun. I love playing around with paint because as far as design goes changing out wall paint is a pretty easy, relatively inexpensive way to change up your look!

Over here is my little dressing station with my dresser, jewels and an antique mirror.

If you remember my one room reveal last Spring you might recognize these agate slice pictures that were above our bed.

One thing that was really important to me while we remodeled the master suite was that we still kept the integrity of the home and didn’t make it too modern. We live in a 1930’s tudor style home but I have some more contemporary tastes. It was awesome to be able to incorporate some original pieces from the house, add in some new and some “new to us” antique pieces as well like the mirror and rattan bench.

There ya have it! Now onto the next project!! (kidding, kind of) I’m going to share more about our remodel project and what we would have done differently next!

 

Sources:

Chevron coverlet: Target (old)

Throw pillows: Homegoods

Euro Shams: Anthropologie

Dresser: (sold out) Similar here

Hanging Succulent Planters: Homegoods

Sconces: CB2 (sold out) Similar here