Thursday, January 10, 2019

Farmhouse Style Master Bedroom Refresher...

Our master bedroom had been in need of some attention. It's not that I loved the two bright-yet-sun-faded green walls paired with the two sand color walls that we moved in with. (Yes, you read that right.) It's just that life happens. And I tend to focus on our living areas first, where we spend most of our time. (Do you do that too?)

But it feels so good to have freshly painted white walls, and a new wood-planked wall behind the bed...

A few years ago I posted a No-Sew Grain Sack Pillow DIY (pictured below, right) that we still enjoy.


My mom made the beautiful extra-long grain sack pillow. You can read more about Where to Find Well-Priced European Grain Sacks, and Grain Sack Pillow Covers (if you don't sew) here.


I had been wanting to swap out our more formal bed for these three white vintage doors. We finally did it! I love the time-worn character they add to the room... 


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Since using the doors as a headboard, we no longer have a footboard. The settee at the end of the bed not only provides a place to sit, but also keeps the covers from sliding off! Just a little tip. A bench would work well too.

My mom also made our linen ruffle bedding, which was a big job (a labor of love for sure!). You can find similar bedding here.


Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope your week is going well.

We'll be starting up the Sundays at Home link party again this weekend, after taking a break over the holidays. Please join us here on the blog, beginning at 5 pm Pacific time on Saturday.

Xo

3 comments:

  1. Looks great Julie. I have a headboard made of old cottage front doors too. I love the look of yours too.
    Have a great rest of the week and wonderful weekend.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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    1. Thanks Kris! We do love our old doors don't we?! :) Have a great weekend! Xo

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  2. Love the look of the doors! Have been tryin to talk the Hubs into it forever! What kind of planks did you use? Love the look of those too!

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