• angelalahay2014

Blogging from Home

Updated: Sep 21, 2018

Who doesn't love a good reveal? I recently updated my #bedroom and want to take you on a #tour! Come along for a sneak peek into where I make the magic happen.

One of my absolute #favorite parts about #blogging is sharing recent #interior #design #projects with you! There is nothing more satisfying to me than to create #beautiful spaces for people to live in.

Can you think of the one #place in your home you want to go after a long hectic day at work? How about when you aren't feeling well and just want some #comfort?

Where is the one place in your home you spend the most #time in?

Hint- Approximately 8-10 hours per night.

That's right, it's your #bedroom. Unlike most other high traffic areas in the #home, bedrooms are super personal. That's one of the reasons I love to make sure this room in particular is always #updated and looking its best.

I was #designing rooms long before I ever thought of doing interior design as a #business.

I remember #decorating my first room at sixteen. The #walls were yellow with sunflower stenciling as a border around the perimeter of the #room. There were #contrasts of bright white #furniture and a blue denim #comforter set. I even had a small round #table with a glass top and ruffled cover that held a vase of sunflowers and my alarm clock. I was pretty stoked. I wish I had a picture to share, but I don't.

Instead, I'll show you what my #current bedroom used to look like. Brace yourself...

I know. Pretty bad. Those books came out of a bookshelf not pictured. The #fan was cool but it would do better on an outdoor deck or patio area. I relocated some of the #decor into the #livingroom and ditched the oversized #bed frame, just for starters.

I built my design around a #dresser I found and fell in love with. The floor plan and furniture arrangement changed to open up the room. I knew the #walls would need to be planned first. I loved the idea of wallpaper since its currently a #trend. Me and the hubs hung this cool brick #wallpaper and a carpenter we know #installed the pine wall.

Some of the itmes we purchased are as follows:

1.) #new #lighting fixture

2.) #rug

3.) #bedding and #pillows

4.) #artwork

5.) #decor

Design Tip- Paint color always comes last.

The #paint color on the pine wall #featured is Wrought Iron by #BenjaminMoore.

#Wallpaper and lighting purchased online via #Wayfair.

I love that I was able to incorporate #vintage #bookshelves and a hope chest that have been in our family as well.

This project was well worth all the time and effort. It pays off every time I get in bed and look around my room.



Check out the #video below from my #YouTube channel to see all the #before and #after pics!

Do you or someone you know have an interior design dilemma? I would love to help!

More information available via my website.

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