Anyway, our previous home lacked the color blue. Not sure why since blue has always been my favorite color. When we moved to our new house, I knew blue would be a big part of it. I started in our master bedroom. I wanted a soothing, comforting color and this pale blue/green color worked perfectly.
Here is our bedroom in it's current state.
Here are a few "before" pictures of the room.
Nice wallpaper, right?
Here are a few of the "during" pictures. Since we were moving the laundry room up to this level and adding a new master bathroom, all the walls had to go. We also had old knob and tube wiring in this house, so the electric had to be updated also.
Through this opening is our boys' room. They had three closets in their room and we decided one of their closets would make a great shoe closet for us. We simply opened it up into our room and closed it off in their room.
Here are a few more pictures of the new and improved master bedroom.
I have been searching for a large unique mirror for this blank wall. I am contemplating making my own. I'll keep you posted.
This is the new shoe closet.
This is a view from the master bedroom into the master bathroom. The walk-in closet is through the doorway on the right.
I'll have to hunt up some before pictures of this armoire. It is oak and was stained a dark brown. I was all set to list it on Craig's List and then I had a change of heart. Instead I got out my paintbrush and gave this baby a much needed makeover.
Walls - Shewin Williams Sea Salt
Ceiling - Sherwin Williams Kilim Beige
I am linking this post to:
Savvy Southern Style
Blue Cricket Design