Two-Day Transformation: Soft & Streamlined Room Tour
Did you catch the very first webisode of our Two-Day Transformation series yesterday?
Our new project is so exciting because it’s the first time our design work has been a complete surprise! Working on top of each other in the thick of the heat isn’t ideal, but we made our deadline and brought the space together! More storage is always a common request, but in this bedroom has a beautiful walk-in closet! The major thing we needed to tackle was the massive windows. We partnered with The Shade Store to ensure every detail was taken care of!! They provide a simple alternative to a traditionally difficult shopping experience – their motto, “custom made simple” says it all.
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Jenna loves neutral tones and tries to stray away from pops of color. But she likes her neutrals to be bold! She appreciates earth elements that create texture, so we knew we were working with the right space. We decided to make a statement with the walls with paneling from Metrie. We brought in a darker color used in another part of her home by creating paneling to wrap the space and painting it in Gravel Gray by Benjamin Moore. The white color on the walls and ceiling were already existing.
With the dark paneling, most people would expect to do a light bed to create contrast. But we added visual interest by using our Maxwell Bed, and the result is effortless and cool. We created contrast by using a warm wood in the nightstand, white lamps, and a cool sketched piece of artwork above the bed. Speaking of natural elements, how fun is that hanging planter?
We love the black grid details on the top of the windows. So instead of doing woven shades, we opted for working drapes that would show off the details in the window when needed, but ones that would still bring privacy to the space when needed. We ultimately chose to use Oatmeal drapery with blackout lining that pairs beautifully with Madison hardware in a black finish. We were so grateful The Shade Store was able to install the drapery for us, so we had confidence it would go up smoothly (and correctly!)
We’re loving this little nook we created. The Ura Chair is laid-back, but chunky and bold, and we paired it with a simple floor lamp and a cool, natural side table. We pulled it all together with a neutral, modern pillow.
Jenna didn’t want a tv! So we opted for artwork that would pull in the color palette of the space.
Your team always does the best window treatments. Skimpy drapes are a pet peeve of mine. These look nice & lush.
What a compliment! Thank you Mary!
Absolutely stunning! How did you hang the artwork over the paneling? I have something similar and would love to hang art. Thanks for your help!
How does one go about finding a nice looking rope to hang that hanging planter with? I love that dang rope…
Hi – where can I find that amazing sideboard?! Thank you!
Hi! Unfortunately it was discontinued 🙁
I love your room! Where did you the nightstands?
What is the thickness of the wood panel you used for the paneling?