As a reminder, here's where we started:
And here's the design board for the vision we had for the room:
As of today, one of the new beds has been assembled and I'm thrilled with the pop of color that ikat fabric on the headboard and the scribble stripe lumbar pillow bring to the room. We wanted those to be the focal points, and I think they certainly are!
P.S. Isn't that magnolia gorgeous? My dad snagged it off the tree in the front yard and I stole it for these photos :).
I talked a little bit about that fun fabric for the headboards last week (it's Premier Prints Sherpa Ikat Coastal from Fabric.com) and I'm digging it together with the scribble stripe lumbar pillow covers I ordered from Etsy. The shop is called Motion52* and they did a fabulous job on these covers - I highly recommend them. I love making pillow covers myself, but since we were at the river, I didn't have my sewing machine - oops! Etsy to the rescue.
This oval mirror is one we already had and I like the simplicity of it. The darker color grounds the room a bit too.
Here's one last full shot of this side of the room. Lookin' good so far!
One of our box springs still hasn't arrived (it's a mystery why they didn't ship together...), we're waiting on some cute bedskirts to ship, and my mom and I are on the hunt for a matching quilt to the one we have on this bed. We're keeping our eyes out for a few miscellaneous items as well. Real-life room makeovers take time and that's definitely the case for this one. I don't have an exact timeline on when I'll be able to share the full makeover, but I promise I will do it when it's ready and I can get down there to shoot some photos. I'm thrilled with the progress we've made so far! :)
Headboards: Modway Region from Walmart
Headboard fabric: Premier Prints Sherpa Ikat Coastal
Lumbar pillows: Motion52 (fabric is Premier Prints Scribble Coral)
Bedside Table: already owned
White Quilt and Sham: Marshalls
Mirror: already owned
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