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07.30.14 / The Master Bedroom

Once upon a time our bedroom was a very scary place.

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From what we can discern, the previous owner used it as a painting studio. The room was home to dozens of canvases and numerous dressers holding art supplies when we first toured the house. The green shag carpet was horribly stained. One corner of the room showed signs of water damage. (We later learned from neighbors that a tree fell and damaged that corner of the house when Hurricane Ike barreled through in 2008.)

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The room faces northeast and receives the least amount of natural light of all the rooms in the house. In the summer (shown here and in the “afters” below), the room takes on an eerie green glow.

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An adjoining bathroom – albeit small – was the only thing this room had going for it. Please notice the dark trail from the hallway to the bathroom. (!) I don’t even want to know. Let’s hope it was paint.

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We added foam insulation to the exterior walls, ripped up the carpet, sprung for new windows, laid engineered hardwood flooring, installed chunky new baseboards and had the electrical upgraded to include a ceiling fixture. Among other things. Choosing a paint color for this room proved difficult. Before moving in, we painted it the same color as the main living space but the light hue looked very dingy in this room. I repainted the walls a warm gray with green-blue undertones that play nicely in the dim light. Sometimes it looks gray. Sometimes it looks green. Sometimes it looks blue. But it always feels calm and soothing – even under artificial lighting at night.

Placing the bed under the eastern window was our only viable option in this room. I initially bought a curved headboard but the lines were all wrong under the squarish window. I switched it out for the straight, upholstered one seen here.

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In each of the bedrooms, we ditched the closet doors in favor of curtain panels hung high and wide. For us, it’s easier to access the closet contents this way. The panels make it feel a little like a dressing experience, too, if that makes any sense. Most of the time, I stand inside the closet to dress. Hanging the curtains outside of the frame gave us a good 6″ of extra closet depth. All of Steve’s and my clothing is in this modest closet. Everything is organized with off-the-shelf wire racks and drawers. We were even able to incorporate two pull-out hampers (one for darks, one for lights) in the closet design. Shoes currently not in rotation are stored in the slim wall cabinet to the right of the closet.

We’ve been pleasantly surprised by how wonderful it is to have a pared down closet. Steve and I both enjoy expressing our styles via our wardrobes and, before living in this house, we were accustomed to large, walk-in closets. What we’ve found though is that we are much more focused on quality vs. quantity when it comes to buying clothing now. We’re spending less money on clothing by buying more long-haul pieces. Since space is limited (we have a set number of hangers and shelves) we subscribe to the “one thing in, one thing out” policy. And the closet is always tidy! Don’t let anyone fool you into believing you need a walk-in closet to be happy.

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Matching sconces and nightstands flank the bed. Framed prints bridge the gap between the sconces and the top of the nightstands. We don’t keep too much bedside but I love having greenery (I clip it from the backyard) and a stack of books nearby.

For cohesion, we hung the same woven shades found throughout the house. For privacy, we installed blackout roller shades within each window frame. They aren’t visible until we pull them down at night. A nubby jute rug picks up on the woven blinds.

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I tried to keep the bedding gender neutral with a striped duvet and embroidered hemp pillow. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: I like stripes and natural textures.

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A vintage dresser sits opposite the bed. I think it’s my favorite craigslist find of all time. The black and white abstract art was painted by the previous owner. I leaned it against the wall to “try it out” nearly two years ago and liked the casual look so much I left it that way.

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We rigged the top dresser drawer so that it’s hinged and can be used as a keyboard pull-out. It’s lined with cork so no mouse pad is needed. The “dresker” is the perfect place for Steve to take evening conference calls or work from home when necessary. I keep a wool blanket in the second drawer for freezing winter nights but the bottom two drawers are empty!

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This is the view looking into the bedroom from the doorway. You can barely see the door frame to the bathroom on the left. The large canvas was a controversial DIY. (You can read more about it via a link near the end of this post. There’s an interesting discussion in the comments section.) I love it nonetheless.

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It took us every bit of two years to get our bedroom just right. I can still remember the nights of insomnia staring at the ceiling contemplating this room. My goal was to create a peaceful place to retreat at the end of every busy day. I can’t say I won’t tweak things in here ever again but it does offer the calming respite I was hoping for. We sleep well.

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UPDATE: I added DIY leather pulls to the shoe cabinet and switched out the rectangular mirror for a round one. You can read about that project here. I also refreshed our bed with a new mattress, linens and pillows. You can find the bedroom refresh here.

Resources of note:

wall paint – Benjamin Moore half moon crest
trim paint – Benjamin Moore white dove
flooring – Jasper engineered hardwood handscraped birch in Texas brown via Build Direct
ceiling fixture – Robert Abbey axis aged brass ceiling light
woven shades – petite rustique from Overstock
blackout roller shades – Levolor from Lowe’s
curtain panels – Ikea
curtain rods – Target
closet organization – ClosetMaid
bed – West Elm (discontinued)
headboard – West Elm nailhead upholstered headboard in brushed heather cotton, gray haze
duvet – DwellStudio draper stripe
white blanket – Target
embroidered pillow – OrientalTribe11 on etsy
sconces – House of Troy addison swing arm lamp in antique brass
nightstands – Vilas one-drawer nightstand from Overstock (I spray painted the knobs gold.)
wood frames – Target
art prints – printwork on etsy
yarn-wrapped gazelle – Target
Barcelona bench – Rove Concepts in palermo caramel leather
sheepskin – Ikea
9′ x 12′ jute rug – Overstock
shoe cabinet – Ikea (I spray painted the knobs gold.)
mirror – RSI from Wayfair
desk chair – West Elm saddle office chair
kilim pillow – Sukan on etsy
chevron art – DIY
dresser – vintage Willett via craigslist
lamp – Robert Abbey delta table lamp
black and white abstract art – estate sale
faux antlers – One Kings Lane
driftwood sculpture – thrifted

If you’re interested in seeing how this room evolved, here are a slew of bedroom-related links:































You can access this master bedroom tour along with a general house tour and individual room tours under the “See My House” tab in the side bar. Thanks for reading!

images: Dana Miller for House*Tweaking


You definitely accomplished all of your goals in my mind. Lovely!


I love everything about this room! It’s tasteful, calm and gorgeous.


where’s the monitor that goes with the keyboard? also, can you show us the inside of the closet?


This is a beautiful bedroom and I love the mix of textures, style, contemporary/vintage. Your sleepless nights really paid off! It’s just lovely.


THIS is the color that I was going for – I ended up a little too blue, which is a hereditary condition (my family loves any color, as long as it’s blue).

In other news, I read the comments under the diy art post. I bought a canvas from goodwill specifically to paint over and then my husband and Facebook told me not to. So now there’s a giant painting that I hate hanging right inside the front door. But everyone comments about how much they love it. I’m hoping it gets “lost” when we move…


Love what you have done with the space, and that bench is seriously rockin’ beyond compare. The amazing thing is that the way you have morphed the spaces in your home, I would never have known that the house is on the smaller side. The spaces feel light, bright, and open. Love it! :-)


My husband brings home his work laptop and sets it on top of the dresser and uses the wireless keyboard / mouse in the drawer. It works for him! (It’s mostly conference calls and emailing at home.) There are links under the ‘organization’ category at the end of this post that go into more detail about the closet and show images of its contents.


Thank you for opening your home to us. I so appreciate your thought process behind your decorating style. I have picked up many tips for my own place. One is the color of your bedroom walls. I bought a sample from the hardware store and plan to test it on different walls throughout my living/dining room. I get a lot of light throughout the day so I am looking forward to seeing the effect of the gray. Will it turn blueish? Greenish? Or maybe a totally different color :)


I’ve been a long time reader and have obviously seen these photos before – but I read that like it was the first time ever. It never gets old :) I’m enamoured with that dresser and the overall look of your room (and entire house ;)).

I noticed texture on your ceiling from the before pics – plaster?? Our master bedroom ceiling has the same, and it’s the only ceiling we haven’t skimmed. Did you skim it or drywall over it? I couldn’t tell from the after pic. I’m tempted to demo it out, but it’s not the most budget-friendly way to go. Thanks.


I love Before and Afters! Beautiful job, well done!


I Love your room! So calming and cozy. If you did not have the window above your headboard what would you place there?


Still hoping for a post talking more about the bedside light install – how did you figure out the right height, etc. :) I like the space saving idea and want to consider it for our bedroom.


dana, first let me say you have been my inspiration from the moment i found your blog. Slight girl crush.
I even recreated your “controversial” DIY art :)

I have the same jute rug, and wonder how you clean/vacuum it?


Oh, shoot! I forgot about that! It’s on the to-do list.


Hmmmm…I never considered that. Maybe a shelf that extended the entire width of the wall? With art and pretty stuff on it but not too cluttered. That, or a large black and white photograph.


It’s plaster but the texture wasn’t horribly bumpy (not like those popcorn ceilings you hear about) so we just painted over it. Steve and I both like it, actually. We demo’d the plaster on all the exterior walls to add insulation (and update the electrical) then had drywall hung on those walls. We hired a guy to match the texture of the original ceilings around the perimeter of the room after the new drywall was in place. We heard getting textured ceilings just right takes experience and we have NONE so, yeah, we hired it out. It wasn’t that expensive – a few hundred dollars if I remember correctly – and the results are believable so we’re happy with it.


So glad to hear you are enjoying the official “tour” even though you’ve been following along for a while. Thank you!


I’m more in love with this room every time I see it. The mix is perfection. I was surprised to see that several of the items are definitely out of what I would call the “budget decor” range, including the Dwellstudio duvet cover. How do you make the call on where to spend a bit more (other than furniture investment pieces)? Beyond sheets and staples, I’m always unsure with bedding whether there’s an appreciable difference between $100-300 price points.


One of my fave rooms in your house. (That wasn’t meant to sound creepy. Ha!) I kinda dig the original curtains. :)


Admittedly, the duvet was part of a collaboration with Wayfair but I did claim it for tax purposes so there’s that. We had used the same inexpensive Ikea duvet for years before “upgrading” to the one shown here. I try to think about the longevity of items when considering a splurge. If it’s something I know I’m going to want to replace in a year, then a splurge doesn’t feel right. But if it’s something I’ve been drooling over forever (like this particular duvet) and the quality is great and I am confident I’ll still love / use it five years down the road, then it’s a worthy splurge to me. Hope that makes sense.


I vacuum the rug with the rotating brush turned off to protect the natural fibers. Jute rugs are inherently “dirty” meaning they drop fibers and dust. I take the rug outside once a year and shake it and vacuum the bare floor underneath. It’s usually pretty messy!


The picture of the chevron art and chair is one of my most favorite images i have ever pinned, but I never clicked through to see the full room or who it was attributable too (Sorry!) So happy to see this post come up on bloglovin and to have the chance to see the full room and the chair and art in context. You have great taste!


Most definitely a peaceful vibe.

This post is really timely for me… we are (if all goes well) moving into a house with small closets. I’ve been spoiled by our current rental which has a walk-in in the master. I am not a clothes horse, but I never throw stuff away… and as you get older, it just accumulates! I’ll be looking to your closet post for inspiration–


I cringed when I saw the before photograph. Scary!! I could never accomplish what you did! Bravo! It is an amazing and lovely transformation.

Serisously. Your house pics never get old Dana. Not ever. Love all the choices youve made in this space. Its such a beautifully curated and collected room.

Your design aesthetic is my very favorite, Dana . I absolutely love and admire your home! <3


Interesting you said that Dana, about the shelf above the bed! Our bedroom has high ceilings and the bed is not on a wall with windows. Earlier this year, I had my husband hang a large shelf above our bed that had been sitting in his workshop unused for over a year. I painted it white and he had made custom cherry shelf brackets. It fits beautifully in our bedroom now (we have a cherry bedroom set). Wish I’d thought of it sooner! I spray painted a wine cork wreath white that someone had given me as a gift years ago that wasn’t working in it’s former state, and a small vase and a twig spray painted black from our yard (our bedroom walls are light gray).


Not that those original curtains are nice, but at first glance I saw them as subtle polka dots and maybe some tasteful polka dot fabric would look nice in our house. Inspiration!


The bedroom looks amazing! I love the piece at the end of your bed that you can use to sit on and put your shoes and socks on. I also really like the window that sits right above the head of your bed. It lets the sunlight in and wakes you up naturally in the morning.


What a change from the old painting studio days.
Is it annoying having curtains for wardrobe doors though? Do they get in the way when accessing your clothes?


Oh, wow. Mission accomplished! LOVE your bedroom! Those sconces are dreamy! And your whole design aesthetic, in general, is lovely. It just speaks to me. I love that you warned against being fooled into thinking you need a walk-in closet to be happy. :) Okay. And it’s cracking me up that that fabulous DIY artwork could be controversial! I haven’t read the comment thread to that post yet, but I am just amazed that it could spark controversy! Ha! People are crazy!


Looks so good! How did you spray foam the exterior walls? Though the attic? Are all of the walls in your house insulated that way? Was this a DIY or did you hire it out? Would love to do the same thing. in our 1950s ranch. The exterior walls are not insulated at all.


Yay! I now know what to do with our closet. We have these 7 or 8 foot tall doors that I swear are from the 70’s. Our house was built in 82, but they are the most hideous closet doors I have ever seen! I hate them. I will take them down and put up curtains. That will look better and make getting into the closet easier. I am also going to copy your ideas with the windows. I love what you did. All of our windows still have the original curtains in them that came with the house. I keep meaning to getting around to changing that. I love your shades and the idea of the light blocking ones as well. Thank you for posting where you get your stuff. It’s nice to know I can DIY our house myself.


More info of the spray foam insulation here…


We hired it out!


I love how beautiful and calm the space is without being sparse. We are renovating a home now and looking for a new bed. I’m debating between buying a whole bed or just a headboard. I see in your list that you have a bed and a headboard. Is the bed basically just a platform bed that you can’t see?


Ok, oops. I explored the links you posted and saw your post about the bed. I’m still nervous about a platform bed because I worry I’ll be smacking my shins into it all the time!


It is a platform bed but we use a box spring to raise the mattress. (Steve doesn’t like low beds.)


This room is absolutely gorgeous. It is similar to what I have been trying to achieve in my master, but your’s is just so pulled together and perfect. I love the idea of gold sconces. Gold isn’t a colour I usually use, but it really works in the space.


What is the size of your master bedroom?


It’s ~11′ x 15′.


You don’t have an Overstock link to that awesome jute rug in your master bedroom, do you? I’d love to grab it for myself but am overwhelmed by the number of jute rugs on the site (!)


Here’s the link…


It is the most expensive rug we own but the quality really shines through! I give it 5 stars.


Perfect– thank you!


Gorgeous space! Well done! I may have missed it, but where’s the striped chair from? Also, is the jute rug easy to vacuum and soft to step on or is it a bit rough like sisal? Thx/Christine


Me again! Regarding the embroidered pillow…would you happen to remember who the seller was on Etsy? I love the colours and pattern and wouldn’t mind sourcing out same or similar if possible. Thanks/Christine


OrientalTribe11 – hope that helps!


It’s the saddle office chair from West Elm. The rug isn’t like sisal at all. (We have a few of those.) It’s nubby and chunky but the fibers are silkier. I vacuum it without the brush rotating. It works great!


Funny story. So my notifications about your replies went to my junk folder and I’m just seeing them now. But I was at West Elm yesterday looking for curtain panels and saw the chair! Thanks for your reply.


Yes, that helps, thanks very much!


? for you – how large is the master? and would you mind if I ask how much space is on either side of the bed between the walls? we are preparing to jump from a 480 square foot master (I know its cray cray, but its in a bungalow with sloped ceilings for it doesn’t feel that large) to a 13×11 master on the first floor and we’re a bit apprehensive on our king bed and a few other small pieces fitting. you have created such a lovely and stripped back room that I am confident we can do it, too. thanks a bunch!


It’s roughly 11′ x 15′. Our bed is a queen and is located on the 11′ wall. That leaves us with a little over 3′ on either side of the bed. It doesn’t feel cramped. Hope that helps! Good luck with your new bedroom.

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I really enjoyed this post since my house was built in the 1950s as well. My bedroom layout is almost exactly like yours. My headboard is very similar, and it also sits under a window. I’m planning to install these wall sconces above the nightstands: http://www.cb2.com/swing-arm-wall-sconce/f9239 and can’t figure out what the right placement should be. Your pictures help a lot, but would like to know what all the factors were that you considered for determining the final location. Thanks!


You have no idea how happy I am to have found this blog. My house has wimpy doors, higher but squat windows with no moulding, small bathrooms, baby-sized closets… I am getting a lot of ideas from your renovations. Your master floorpan is almost identical to the master in our house with a few minor differences. We actually made it into our daughter’s because there is another larger bedroom in the house we needed. I have struggled trying to figure out furniture placement for her and now I know! Many thanks for posting your progress!


Thinking about taking the plunge and replacing our closet doors in our master like you did? Did you by chance know the specific name of the curtain panel you used? Ikea can be overwhelming with choices!



Dana, Does the bed sit over a heat vent? If so, does the airflow bother you or did you redirect it somehow? I would like to move our bed to a wall that has a vent and a window, but I am concerned about the dry air blowing under the bed near our heads all night and drafts from the window.


There are two floor registers in the master bedroom. One is covered by our bed but we keep it closed. An air return vent is located in the ceiling near the door. Hope that helps!

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Your home is amazing! I’ve been getting so many ideas to use in my own house so thanks for posting all the info with everything, helps so much!n I did want to ask how the wall color looks without a lot of light? It looks beautiful in the photos but wanted to know how much it darkens at night.


It’s basically a darker, warmer version of the daytime color. Medium gray with soothing green-blue undertones. I think there are a few photos of it in the background on my IG account. I’ll try to share a picture of it at nighttime here on the blog, too.

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Question on the blinds. My windows are 54” long should i go with the 54″ length or 74″? You indicated you got the 74″ lenghth for your windows and the don’t look that long. I’m wondering why you did’t choose the 54″?

Thanks for tge help!

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I don’t believe the 54″ length was available when I purchased mine.


Hi Dana,

You have the most magnificent home! I have a question about the sconces. Are they sold as a pair? Reading the description on the listings I’ve found, I conclude I have to buy each separately, but some reviews say “I’ve been looking for a pair…”, so I just want to be sure. Thanks so much!


They are sold individually.


Thank you! One more question–are your bedside frames 8×10, matted to fit 5×7; or 11×14 matted to fit 5×7? Again, thanks for taking the time to answer :)


The frames are an odd size. The outside frame measures ~12″ x 15″ and is matted to ~4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″.


Thank you for sharing this amazing project! I saw the picture of your bedroom posted on another site and had to click through because I must know where you got that overhead light fixture from! I have hideous rental apartment “boob lights” and your overhead lighting solution would work great with my bedroom decor. Thank you in advance for the inspiration!


Lamps Plus!



Admittedly, I keep coming back to comment on this post. Before I ever came across your blog, I happened to have already purchased a similarly colored duvet from West Elm, with a yellow quilt. Upon seeing your master bedroom, I knew this is what I had in mind for ours. However, having begun to follow so many designers/decorators, I am always drawn to the white bed linens and you have honestly succeeded at making your room feel airy, bright, and open, despite using patterns/textures on your bed. If you had to redo your master bedroom, would you consider getting a plain, white duvet cover with several patterned pillows? We have white sheets and we can’t manage to keep those clean (we don’t even have kids or pets yet)! Anyway, I just wanted to get your opinion on the patterned duvet vs. the simple solid. Thanks for your input, and I hope your son had a wonderful birthday and is healing quickly! Likewise, I don’t expect a timely response to this as I know you’re spending some much needed time with your loved ones. I hope all is well!

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I would definitely consider a white duvet! I love the look of them with moody walls. I would probably toss on a few patterned pillows for contrast and color. Why not have both on hand and when you get bored of one just slap on the other until complacency strikes again? Bed linens are easy to change but make a big difference in the look and feel of a room.


Hi Dana!
I’ve just stumbled upon your blog by accident & I’m so glad I did! You did a beautiful job on the bedroom! The perfect balance of comfort & style.
We recently bought some nightstands with hardware that needs some serious help! We’ve had a really hard time finding a spray paint that is the right gold/bronze color. Do you remember the spray paint you used on the knobs of your nightstands?
Thank you!


It’s Rustoleum Universal in metallic pure gold. Hope that helps!

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Dana — do you have two standard size shams and then king size ones atop? I am considering getting this headboard, but debating between the tall nailhead or just regular. I have some euro shams and don’t want to cover up the beautiful headboard with them! Thanks :)


The bed is a queen with standard shams. I think the thick border makes the shams appear a little larger than standard, but they are standard.


Dana- I love that you hung your bamboo shades outside of the window frame and added a roller under them. How many inches wider are your shades than than the windows? Also, did you use the outside mount instructions with the blinds? and if so, were there any issues with installation? We are recent new home owners and know pretty much nothing!

Thank you


Depending on the size of the window, the overlap is 2″-4″ on either side. (Smaller for smaller windows; larger for larger windows.) That was mostly dictated by the width of our windows and the sizes of shades available. We mounted the shades outside of the window frames since we don’t have any pretty molding or anything like that. Installation was pretty straight-forward! No issues.


Just wondering where you purchase your wooden frames from? I love the frames above the bedside tables.




Love this room! We just bought a home built in the 1940s and our master is so similar to this. I found your blog after searching for that Robert Abbey Axis flush mount light fixture. Do you have it in the ivory shade or the white? You can see the two options here: http://www.lampsplus.com/products/robert-abbey-axis-16-inch-wide-aged-brass-ceiling-light__v1771.html

Looking for our baby nursery. I would naturally choose the white one, but I love that the ivory has brass hardware. Yours looks fabulous, just can’t decipher whether it’s white or ivory!

Thank you,


Of course I am now seeing in your product sources that it’s the aged brass/ivory one! Ah!


I think I am about to purchase this rug. Would you say it’s a good living room rug? Would you recommend? I have been going back and forth between two different jute rugs. The overstock one being one of them. The reviews keep mentioned how dirty it is. Is it that noticeable? Would you have this rug in your living room? :)

Love you and your blog. Such wonderful inspiration.


In my opinion, it’s a little nubby for a living room rug if you have people in your house who like to sit on the floor. It’s fine for bare feet…almost like a mini foot massage. It does produce dust/sediment (since it’s a naturally occurring material) underneath the rug. Usually once a year, I take it out side give it a good shake and vacuum the floor.


This house! I’m in awe!

I’m currently in a small postwar bungalow ….900 square feet. And we have two kids. It’s small but it works for us. You’ve inspired us to *stay* small. However, my mom is in poor health and we need to find something with an option for in law suite. In an effort to keep to a smaller home we will probably get another slightly larger bungalow however nothing over 1300 sf. I think vaulting the ceiling will have a big impact. Do you wish you would have vaulted the bedrooms as well?

ALso, when we get the place we could use help space planning. Do you offer that service? Or better yet I’d like to have someone to help us decide which place to choose. Would you willing to provide consulting?




We use the space above the above as attic/storage space since we don’t have a basement. We never considered vaulting the bedrooms. I do provide consulting and design services but am currently booked right now!


I came over from Knock Off Décor. I am so excited to see your blog and am doubly impressed that you have taken the time to answer so many of the comments. I subscribe to many blogs and I have not seen anyone answer comments like you do. I hope to move in the future and use ideas I gather now. I just subscribed to your blog and am so happy I found you. Blessings


Great to have you!


Hi! I know this post is from a couple of years ago, and I have been following that long, but we just recently decided to put up curtains instead of closet doors, and I was wondering if you would share how many panels you used! Thank you so much! Your home is my main source of inspiration. I love all of it so much!


For the master bedroom and boys’ shared room, I used four panels. It was originally my intention to sew the pairs together (to make two large panels instead of four smaller ones), but it never happened. They work just the same! I hung only one panel in Mabrey’s teeny closet.


Thank you so much! I can’t wait to get this look! I’m about to order the panels, as I do not live by an IKEA, but just realized I don’t know which panels they are! Do you happen to remember the name?!
Thank you!


So your closet curtains. Are those IKEA RIVTA by chance? Trying to recreate! http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/40111992/


I want a jute rug so badly in our bedroom but I fear picking one online that looks too green or yellow. Any tips? Our room is SW Mindful Gray and we have very dark espresso furniture but I have lots of white in the room and I’m trying to bring in more natural elements.


Looking for curtain closet ideas and I’m in love with yours! One problem I’m having is that I can’t find curtains long enough or the right color. What are the ones you have called they’re perfect!