Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - One Room Challenge

Its reveal day! I'm typing this late at night because we cut it pretty darn close on this one!


Even though this challenge was a 6 week challenge, we did most of the work over a period of 6 days. Approximately 1 day a week. I tell you this, not to brag or complain, but because I want you to see how doable a room makeover is, even when you don't have weeks and weeks to work on it!

I'm not going to spend a lot of time talking, but I do want to refresh your memory on where our room started. Keep in mind this room is the "master" at whopping 10x12.


We removed the carpet and stripped the floors before we moved in. Full disclosure? They're still unfinished. I couldn't decide what I wanted to do, so I left them for now. The addition of a rug is enough to make the room feel finished.

My original design board ended up being pretty accurate other than I switched the rug out.


Other things on the list included switching out the fan for a new light, adding trim work and painting the whole room.

Okay, now the pretty pictures!!

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - Benjamin Moore Simply White, Paint by number cow painting . antique crocks, red wing, chicken feeder, books, mason jars, fusion mineral paint putty, kilim rug


As you enter the room, the first thing you see is my wardrobe (and yes it really is my closet!) and a full length mirror that my dad built for me.

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - Benjamin Moore Simply White, Paint by number cow painting . antique crocks, red wing, chicken feeder, books, mason jars, fusion mineral paint putty
Cabinet/Wardrobe : vintage
Painted "Putty" by Fusion Mineral Paints

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - Benjamin Moore Simply White, Paint by number cow painting . antique crocks, red wing, chicken feeder, books, mason jars
Painting: By Me
books, crocks, bowls, jars : vintage

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - Benjamin Moore Simply White, Paint by number cow painting . antique crocks, red wing, chicken feeder, books, mason jars

Opposite the wardrobe is the bed. 

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - Benjamin Moore Simply White, antique wash stand, glass shade pharmacy lamp, crosby lamp, target , door headboard, kilim rug

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - Benjamin Moore Simply White, antique wash stand, glass shade pharmacy lamp, crosby lamp, target
Headboard : Vintage (tutorial here)
Nightstand : antique
Lamp: Target
Accessories : Vintage

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - Benjamin Moore Simply White, antique wash stand, glass shade pharmacy lamp, crosby lamp, target

A plant and a vintage crock help with the awkward layout of the room. I kept artwork minimal, instead allowing the trim work to add texture and interest.

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - Benjamin Moore Simply White, farmhouse trim , board and batten, cow skull, snake plant

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - Benjamin Moore Simply White, farmhouse trim , board and batten, cow skull, snake plant

I debated on what to do with the wall next to the closet. We talked about a barn door at one point, but instead we painted the door the same color as the rest of the room - BM Simply White (mixed in Glidden Diamond). The cow skull was a gift from my grandpa and the inspiration behind my blog logo. Its one of my favorite things ever.

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - painted BM Simply White - cow skull

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - snake plant, basket, crock, antique washstand

That's right, the whole room is Simply White (flat finish!)...walls, trim, and ceiling. Its amazing how much it brightens the room and because we chose a flat finish it helps minimize all the imperfections in our plaster walls.

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - door headboard, kilim rug & pillow
Light : Home Depot (spray painted this color)
Bedding: Target
Pink blanket : vintage
Kilim Pillow Cover: Hobby Lobby (in store)

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal - basket, wool blanket, boots

Farmhouse Master Bedroom Reveal

I love our room!

Our last master bedroom (it's so different!)  had many of the same elements, but this version is so much more us. It gives me a little taste of what the rest of the farmhouse can look like with with a lot of elbow grease. I can't even explain how excited I am to tackle another room! This room also gives me confidence in my design decisions. I am really good at getting the foundation of a room to look good, but this is the first room that I feel like my vision and the outcome matched perfectly! I am learning where to invest my money and where to take advantage of my love of vintage and antiques. We still have a few things to add and change, but for now, this room is a breathe of fresh air in a house that still needs a TON of work!

What do you think?
Also, I am happy to answer any questions you might have! I'm sure I missed some crucial detail.

Oh, and be sure to head over to Calling it Home to see the reveals from the other 200+ bloggers! Amazing stuff and I am honored to have my little room linked up among them! Also, a BIG thank you to Linda for hosting such an awesome event!

Click HERE

Thank you for stopping by!
-Amber


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...