Master Bedroom Remodel | Redesign

I’ve been anxious to share some of our home remodel and decor with you.  Unfortunately, I have the horrible habit of starting one room, and before completing it, moving on to another.  The Master Bedroom is almost complete!
To remodel this space, we removed old wood shutters, painted the windows {but retained the hardware}, caulked and painted the moldings, painted the room and replaced the carpet.  We hung heavy woven cotton drapes for privacy.
I know, there is nothing cute about a tv, but it’s a must for me to fall asleep.  My chest of drawers is home to my jewelry box, a gift from my husband on Valentine’s Day the year we married, engraved with my then future initials, JAB.
We are so thankful that both of our nightstands fit in our new home!  We survived three years without and it wasn’t pretty!  Above, Chris’ side is home to a Pottery Barn task lamp and trunk along with a family photo {by RPM}.
Proving that you don’t have to spend money to redecorate your room, I utilized items I already owned.  I switched the matte in the Pottery Barn frames from the original burlap {used in our previous home} to the included white matte. A collection of my favorite books are displayed along with my travel jewelry case for convenience.  With a toddler running around, I can no longer risk leaving my rings loose on the nightstand!  The jar has been recycled from a bottle of lotion and I dried hydrangea from an old floral arrangement.  The jewelry tray has been seen quite a bit on this blog!  You never know where it will find a home next!
One of my favorite pieces in the bedroom is the trunk from my Grandma.  It holds additional pillows, blankets and a few family keepsakes.  Click here for the no sew toss pillow tutorial.
It’s time for the before photo:

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