Happy Monday, friends! Today, I am so excited to share my master bedroom with you. It has been very busy around the house, and several things are finally starting to fall into place. Funny how that just seems to happen.
This week we have painters coming to finish the kitchen, sunroom, and bathrooms. Mr. Bleu has painted most of the house, and he does a beautiful job. However, he has been so busy with work that he has decided to hire someone to finish painting the house. We are anxious to get the repairs and painting completed before the holidays.
This past week, I attended a couple of estate sales looking for items for the new house. One particular sale was held at a Jack Arnold house decorated by none other than the late Charles Faudree. It looked as if you had stepped into the pages of his beautiful design books. I purchased a couple of treasures for my home, and I can’t wait to share them with you. For now, let’s take a look at my finished master bedroom.
This house came with some beautiful window treatments. I couldn’t believe it when I saw the ones in the master bedroom. They blended perfectly with my existing bedding. I love them!
The bedroom color was the same mauve brown tone as you saw in previous posts. It was so dark and dreary. Straw by Benjamin Moore brightened the room right up and made it a much happier space. The decor is pretty much the same as it was at my previous house. I adore red, and love my bedding. It wasn’t something that I wanted to change. Anyway, I hear that red is making a big comeback in home decor. I have always used red in my homes. I like color and believe you should decorate with what makes you happy.
My favorite tole lamp found a place in my new room.
This is a little corner sitting area that I created in the space.
Thanks for stopping by today. This week a Thanksgiving Tablescape Blog Hop is going on. My table will be featured Wednesday, and a schedule of the participating blogs is posted below. I honestly can’t believe that Thanksgiving is less than a month away. Where has the time gone? I hope that you have a blessed and happy day, sweet friends!