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Just finished our master bedroom makeover. This was really a DIY project as I made the bedspread and curtains, husband Jim built the cornice boxes over the windows and together we covered them in batting and fabric matching the bed pillows. We also had to rework the bed frame. Initially the headboard was lower and the 27 inch Euro pillows completely covered the headboard which would not do because it is a really pretty upholstered headboard in a cream twead. So we took the bed apart and added additional wood on to the bottom of the headboard and covered it in fabric we found that matched the existing fabric then re-attached it to the bed frame, this lifted the headboard much higher and now you can see it.
The dark brown fabric on the euro pillows and throw is a faux fur called chocolate swirl. (not sure if I like it hoping it will grow on me The fitted bedspread, cornice fabric and matching smaller pillows are shiny silver with a small amount of gold. I was trying to get a swanky hotel look, but I love Hollywood glam and so some of that is thrown in with it. I know the ceiling fan is a BIG No No but I am sure I am not the only woman that cannot convince her dear husband to replace the summer comfort of a ceiling fan for a chandelier in the interest of added style. I will continue to work on that and perhaps in time will replace the ceiling fan with a nice chandelier. One can only hope!
The lamps are from Pier One, the Bed from Macys, the mirrored night stands are from Home Goods. The dresser had ugly brass pulls; I was able to completely change the look by adding the silver pulls.
I got tons of inspiration from the other Rate My Space postings, hope you all like my pictures and please feel free to critique if you se something I can do to improve the look.
Paula and dear husband Jim.