I so excited to share with you my master bedroom update. In April I did an inspiration post Go Here to see how I wanted my master bedroom to look. My dream all started with this pillow. A little french style pillow I bought at Barnes and Noble and a completely new bedroom set. I have never had a matching bedroom set in my entire married life. (55 years on July 17th) My sweetheart I are so blessed to be able to update our home at this time in our life.
This our master bedroom completed.
A simple pillow is what my sweetheart wanted to have on our bed. He goes to bed early and with one pillow on the bed it lands safely on a chair and I don't hear any swearing. LOL!
I've had this white matelasse bedspread on my old California King size bed for years. At night I fold it down to the bottom and it stays on the foot board until morning when I make the bed for the day. I made the 4 inch valances from drop cloth I found at Wal Mart. My granddaughter and I made them while we were making the pillows for the patio. We were very busy. I was looking for a sign to hang over the bed, but I found this small grape vine heart in my stash and I knew it was going to be the perfect addition to our bedroom.
My bedroom lamps are brass and I bought them in 1975 for our living room. In 1990 we remodeled our entire home and I bought new lamps for the living room and these two beauties moved to our bedroom. The photos on the wall I have had for 25 years, but the blue vases is new. A friend was down sizing her home and she gave them to me. I just hung them last week. I love the touch of blue with the Accessible Beige wall paint.
The antique oak swivel office chair was my daddy's desk chair. I put a soft chair pad on it and I made the two crown pillows to add to my french country style.
My sweetheart installed this beautiful french door to our patio. We had an old sliding glass door for 25 years. I think you are getting the drift now. We keep everything for a long time. We love the two doors on the sides. At night when the weather is not 90 degrees all night we open them to get a cool breeze. Our whole house has the stained brown trim. I decided not to put any window treatment on this door. I love the simple and clean look. We installed new carpet and it's so soft and comfy to walk on in the middle of the night. The color is Roasted Barley. I love the name too.
In the evening I close the mini blinds and turn the lamps on low. I have a fixture in the light socket in the lamps and when I touch the metal the light goes on. I don't have to reach for the switch. Thank goodness.
Now this is what was on my bedroom walls for 25 years. I loved it in 1990, but I knew it was time for the wallpaper to go. Our painter is the best. He removed all the wallpaper and then my sweetheart and a friend textured the walls. Our painter came back and painted our bedroom and living room in three days. He is amazing. After we installed our new french door, he came back and painted the white trim. I call him Saint Raymond.
This is my inspiration board. We bought the tall dresser and that is where the ladder is standing in the photo above. We have a flat screen television hanging from the wall and the television cable box on the dresser. I will show you that side of the room in another post.
I think I did pretty good with my inspiration!
A mosaic to Pin
Updating this Master Bedroom has been so enjoyable. It is work to move everything in and out but the rewards are endless. I was a hands on assistant to my sweetheart and I am so grateful he is so talented and can do almost anything.
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