All this month, I’ve given you a glimpse of my recent home remodel room-by-room. Today’s our last day! We began this tour with a look at my
Next up in our Refresh, Reset, and Renew series is a tour of my remodeled bedroom.
Just like the kitchen, this was a partial renovation and complete reorganization. But there were enough changes here to make it worth sharing. (See for yourself and check out the “before” pictures of my bedroom.)
After I lost Mr. Style to cancer in 2019 my bedroom went from ours to mine. It was the hardest room to step into without thinking of him. His closet was filled with his clothes. The valet housed his personal trinkets and his cologne sat on his dresser. All personal reminders of the man I was blessed to share a life with for thirty-five years. But slowly over time, I’ve had to adjust from a life of we to a life of me. And that included updates to the master bedroom that is decidedly feminine these days with pops of pink scattered throughout. Every time I step into the room the hot pink chair brings a smile to my face. I just can’t get enough of that color. The art on the wall from Andy Warhol reinforces the happy-go-lucky atmosphere I created.
The striped bedframe is from Ballard Designs as well as the nightstand that houses all my magazines and textured lamp. Honestly, I rely on Ballards for many of my home purchases. The buffalo check duvet and shams are from them too! I updated the brown (ugly) carpet in the hallway and bedrooms to gray shag carpeting last January. It’s a dream to walk on! Your toes just dip into the carpet and feel as if you’re walking on air.
Ceiling fans are a must during the hot summer months but they can look clunky. I was keen on adding a modern fixture to keep the room fun and upbeat. Love the black blades and bronze base this fan offers.
Mirrors are a must-have in a bedroom. The Carlotta mirror adds architectural interest to the modern bedroom.
Mr. Style always had a valet standing in our bedroom to collect his wallet, pocket change, cuff links, and suit coat at the end of the day. One of my kiddos has his valet in his bedroom these days so I set off to find one of my own. Of course, it had to be white to go with the black, gray, and white color scheme.
Love this charging dock built into the nightstand. Now all of my tech accessories are housed in one place.
A special shoutout to Webber Coleman Woodworks, who led the renovations in their entirety. My daughter-in-law, who also had bedrooms and bathrooms renovated, introduced me to Webber Coleman. They’re a family-run shop, and I can’t recommend this team highly enough. The quality of their work is exceptional, and they hit every deadline on time. (And for anyone that has gone through a renovation, that actually might be the most important thing.). Make sure to follow Webber Coleman on Instagram, especially if you’re looking for inspiration for your home projects.
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