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I don’t have much time today but I thought I’d do a quick update on how my black and white master bedroom is coming along now that I have both of the plastic placemat chandeliers up (tutorial here). Just to give you an idea of what it looked like before…
I had a couple of velvet drapes hung on curtain rods like a canopy over the bed. The silhouettes are me and my hubby and are a little too cutesy for our bedroom. These are the lamps that I had which are ok in their own right but not cuttin’ it for me.
The chairs looked like they were “floating”. I decided a rug was called for. Also, I didn’t have any blinds and the white curtains were too sheer to block out the morning sun when my hubby wanted to sleep in.
Anyway, those pics were taken when we just moved in and had very little $$$ to put towards our room. I improvised with what I had as best as I could and it is an o.k. room but I quickly got sick of the canopy thing and the lack of better window dressings. To spruce it up I actually didn’t spend much more at all but I think it looks much better now.
Heres where I’m at with it at present:
Yay! I kinda LOVE the way my DIY chandeliers turned out and they work great hanging from chain off of some iron plant hangers I bought at Lowes. The upholstered slipcovered headboard I made from the old velvet drapes from the canopy in the above pics.
The chandeliers really add a touch of luxury to the space as well as soften up my focal wall.
I still need to upholster a seat for my end of the bed bench (which is just two $15 end tables from Target and a throw blanket). I added a fluffy white rug to the seating area as well as black button-up roman shades to the windows for added dimension and privacy.
Above is a better look at the DIY chandelier. Its easier to see the detail with the lights off. Please ignore the white dots on the walls. I filled old holes and I still need to touch them up.
Here are some of my favorite things on my wall:
Here is another new find. A concentric circle mirror that I bought at Ross for just $19! All I had to do was spray paint it antique silver (it was brown) and voila. Love it along side my old bedside lamp. *Tip* Look for BALANCE when lighting your spaces. Bounce lighting around the room at varying heights.
And heres a quick look at what is under it…I’m not done with this dresser…it needs some more OOMPH. Not sure what to do yet though.
And thats it so far! Its nearly “done” if there is such a thing as a completely “done” room. Hope you like it! I’ll have more tutorials up soon! Just working on painting my dining room right now…