The tile is in and grouted in the guest bath. As that project is winding down I am starting to zero in on this next one, the master bedroom and bath.
We have decided to sell all the furniture that was here and start over. I'm not a bit sad to say au revoir to our bedroom set, and yes, I did the whole matchy matching set but that was almost twenty years ago so I'm feeling pretty guilt free about letting it all go and starting fresh.
This time around I want a simple and sophisticated look with that wow factor.
These are three concepts that I'm leaning towards.
The first look incorporates a pair of Century Tribeca bachelor chests and a Vanguard upholstered bed with a grouping of mirrors behind each of the table lamps. I had thought about pairing up two different chests but in the end it was challenging to find two that I liked this well that were close in height.
This second look features another set of matching chests but this time in a painted, what I call gilver, finish - silver with a touch of gold for interest. This time I am using floor standing, fretwork mirrors behind the chests for that wow factor.
The third option is actually all part of the same collection. Something I swore I wouldn't do again but by mixing finishes I'm okay with it. I like the more refined lines of this group and the side chests are a great height to use as night tables.
The finishing touches like lamps, rugs, chair coverings and bedding are still to be determined. Today I am really just narrowing down my choices for chests and chairs. If you have ever taken on a project like this yourself then you know it isn't just about what looks pretty. There are dimensions, storage needs, and of course cost to be considered. What will we ultimately end up with? Well, I'm still mulling over my options. Hope you will check in again to see our progress.
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