Hi Everyone! I can't believe it's the final post of the One Room Challenge. It's been a whirlwind and it was a little, shall we say, down to the wire. But here we are and we got the room finished and photographed. Just as a little reminder, here are a couple before photos.
Here is the concept board.
And here is the final product. You will see that a few things changed along the way from concept to implementation but overall the look is the same. I couldn't be happier with the way it turned out. I'm not totally sure what my favorite element is.
Zuo Modern over my vintagedresser.
I absolutely adore Lucy's reupholstered loveseat done in durable Crypton. She loves hanging out on it and looking out the window.
And how is that amazing painting by one of my close high school friends Erika Huddleston? I plan to do a whole dedicated post later but she is so amazing and does these beautiful plein air paintings in Austin. This is a just a small quickie by her and I love how it brings out all the colors in the room and sits against the wall color so nicely.
I'm in love with the shades and the fabric I chose from Spoonflower as well. And I am totally digging how the whole bed wall turned out with the Jenny Lind Bed, funky lamp from Barbara Cosgrove and gallery wall. It looks so nice against the Ben Moore paint color we selected.
Obviously FLoopy approves.
And I was pleasantly surprised by her little book shelf and how nice it looks under our Photos.com Slim Aarons print.
And of course let's not forget how great our facets hardware looked on my craigslist nightstand. Especially against the orange of Lucy's awesome rug!
Lucy's really enjoying her space as is the rest of the family. It's fun to snuggle on her big girl bed and do story time on the love seat. Hopefully she will love it for years to come.
It was a fun ride. So glad it's over (redoing a room, documenting, blogging about it and linking up in the middle of the night on a weekly basis is a bit of a time suck to say the least), but so happy I did it. I'm already thinking about what room I might want to tackle next spring.