It's the most neglected part of the house - and it shows.
This is what it looks like as you walk into our bedroom
That was the best part of the tour. It goes downhill from here.
I loved the bedding when I bought it but the original shams were a cream color and when I decided they couldn't be washed one more time I replaced them with these. They don't even match. It all looks so limp and underwhelming.
I realize it still has the tags on it but it has been well used. Notice the tear in the seat? Miles baby.
The furniture will also be leaving. Contact me if you are interested.
Before the first contractor came over I pulled together some of my inspiration pictures on my iPad to give them an idea of my vision for this space. I thought I could share them with all of you too.
Our ceiling is an old plaster ceiling and it has acquired a couple unsightly cracks over the years so it will also get a face lift.
I can also see some interesting lighting added to the entrance hallway like they have done here.
When it comes to furniture and color palates I am still a bit undecided but for now these are just a couple of my inspiration photos that I have collected.
This light airy look and an upholstered headboard truly speak to me. I'm not sure how I feel about a bed in front of a window like that but maybe this was the best option for what they had to work with. I live in an old house. I get it.
I am gaga for this room. I love the mirrors behind the table lamps, the mirrored side chests, the patterned rug and the bench at the foot of the bed.