This One Room Challenge had lots of hiccups along the way.
The rug I ordered unfortunately did not arrive on time, so we are using a sisal in its place and I will add an updated of it installed in the room.
Also, my electrician's baby came a tad early so he could never cap my terrible ceiling fan, so Ill also include an updated version of the fan capped.
But everything else truly looks so great, and I could not be more thankful to have a cozy, very comfortable master bedroom.
My friend Amanda Louise hooked me up with her workroom and gave me great direction about the tailoring and finishing of my curtains, Roman Shades, Pillows and Dust Ruffle.
The Curtains feel a little skimpy to me, so I'm going to double the fabric and include the updated look when I get the fan and rug worked out.
I love this chinoiserie print on the window seat and will try to incorporate it into another area of the room.
The oversized marbled fabric for this bedskirt called for simple, clean lines. It instantly warmed up the space and made it feel so much cozier.
I felt like the bedding needed to have a contrast of textures, so the bolster is a linen animal print with a burnt orange velvet.
I am crazy about the Biscuit Home Pique Hunter Green Shams and the beautiful Monogram that Shuler Studio created for them. The beautiful embroidery for the trio of pillows was done by Modern Monogramming.
The last layer of Faux Bois Pillows were made by Biscuit home and are similar to the pair of Faux Bois garden stools on the chairs flanking the fireplace that I picked up at The Rock House Antiques.
The fire screen was purchased on Wayfair.
The lamps were purchased at Clutter in Savannah and were re-designed by The Little Lamp Shop in The Rock House Antiques. They also helped me with the beautiful string coolie lamp shades.
The art above the mantle is an original by Alexis Walter Art.
The art above the bed is a custom piece I created for the room. If you are interested in a commissioned custom piece for one of your room, here are the details on how I work and how we can work together.
Participating in the One Room Challenge is always such a pleasure and it really is the only way I seem to be able to complete my rooms.
I do really think that completing an entire room and getting it finished is pretty key to decorating well: it really helps me to finish each space before moving on to the next one.
A very big Thank You goes to my friend Kim Gibson of Kimberly Michele Gibson Photography for these gorgeous photos!
Thank you for following along!