Master Bedroom Redo ~Hotel Style


So I’ve been wanting to redo my master bedroom and I’m excited to share it with all of you!  I went with more neutral tones (although I did add a touch of aqua ;))

I used Rustolem Chalked paint in linen white to redo my dressers.  They were a dark brown before and I just wanted a lighter, fresher look.  I LOVED this product.  There was no sanding or priming required.  You do have to brush it on instead of using a paint roller but I like seeing some of the brush strokes that give it more of a vintage look.  I did have to apply 3 coats to get enough coverage but it turned out awesome!  After the coats had dried, I distressed the edges and also added some oil rubbed bronze hardware.  I finished up with the Rustoleum protective top coat in matte clear.

For Christmas I received a new upholstered bed from Wayfair in a charcoal color.  With my current grey bedspread it just wasn’t going to work.  So I looked everywhere for a new bedspread and finally ended up finding the perfect new comforter set from Bed, Bath and Beyond (Madison Park Pure Elena in aqua)

I decided I wanted to go with a more light and flowing look for my window treatments and finally found the perfect window sheers from Target (Threshold Clipped Sheer Curtain Panels in white) They have a really pretty pattern on them.  I got the 95″ length because I wanted them to pool on the floor.  I love how it adds so much softness to the room.

Target was my go-to place for a lot of my room.  I also found the settee and starburst mirror there.

The lamps and side mirror were from Home Goods.  I think adding more mirrors to the room also added more light and elegance.

My goal for this room was to feel like I was waking up in a hotel room every morning and I feel like I achieved that.  I love the more grown-up and timeless look that it has.



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