See the before and after transformation of this client’s traditional master bedroom makeover.
I’ve been a bit MIA as we just got back from a family vacation. We took the kids to an indoor water park for a few days and today, my body feels like it got hit by a truck! I blame the water slides! We’re taking it slow this week since the kids are out of school but I couldn’t wait to share this client reveal with you. My sweet clients, Benny and Barry asked me to help them with their bedroom space. Here’s the before and after transformation of my clients’ traditional master bedroom makeover.
I decided to break up this reveal into two posts since the master bedroom is a fairly large space with a sitting area. Today, I’m sharing the sitting area transformation.
As you can see, the room has many traditional elements. Barry and Benny wanted me to give this room a fresh update to all the traditional lines. We were working with existing master bedroom furniture but they had a custom built sofa being made. This would allow for the ultimate comfortable lounging while watching tv together.
I came up with a plan to change out the lighting, curtain rods and drapes. They also decided to give the walls a fresh coat of paint which gave the room a nice clean backdrop. Barry is a handy man and also an avid DIY-er so he completed the check list very quickly. You ready to see the results?
Isn’t that couch just fabulous?! I added a cozy throw and a mix of velvet and patterned pillows for a soft and inviting palette. I’m in love with the semi-flush mounted light from Rejuvenation. The pleats add just the right touch of sophistication and is the perfect combo of traditional meets modern. You know you love design when you get excited about lighting. 😀
I love adding brass because it goes with both traditional and modern styles. I thought this would be a cute surface area for drinks.
Benny loves real plants and has them all over her beautiful home so I made sure to add them into her bedroom. She added a live orchid to the table.
I love using these curtain rods because they curve inward and are great for windows that don’t have a lot of space at the edge. This allows for maximum coverage and makes the windows appear larger. The off white drapes make the room feel so much lighter than the dark, heavy burgundy ones.
Here’s another side by side comparison.
What do you think? I’ll share the other part of the bedroom reveal soon!
Thanks for reading!
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