So all those fabulous photos I took with the rented wide angle lens, well, these are not them. They are forever lost in my computer, but I wanted to share our room redo before this new addition arrives and makes my room less pretty. Anyway, this room redo was done on a major budget simply because I just redid my room early this year, but soon found out I am not funky and needed to go back to the basics. So that is exactly what I did...
-The corbels are from Home Goods. I loved the raw wood feel.
-The botanical prints were found at a local shop Leaf & Petal.
-The dresser and side dresser were painted my own gray color that Benjamin Moore helped me with.
-Faux roman shade I made with simple burlap and lining.
-The lamps I bought at an estate sale and painted black. The lampshades are from Target and have a fabulous gold lining.
-I made the headboard. Directions on how found here.
-The pillow shams were also bought at a local shop, Three Sheets. I loved the gray/brown color and they are what the whole room is based around.
-Leather chair was a Home Goods find and it's brother lives in the family room.
-the sconces that still need candles are from Tracery Interiors shop in Rosemary Beach.
-The curtains were found at Hobby Lobby of all places and I added black out lining.
-The table was painted white and is used for sewing so that is why it's basically empty.
-The desk chair is from CB2 and is perfect for sewing.
-The final chair was from Home Goods ages ago and has lived in almost every room in our house. My husband thinks it's a great place to throw his clothes.
So now you have it. Sorry for the not so great pictures, but I promised to share so I am. As you all should know the room is not 100%, but it's getting there. I am on the search for the perfect fabric to recover a bench that sits at the end of the bed if you all have any ideas I would love to hear them.