A Jungle-icious Master Bedroom Makeover

Recently, my husband and I upgraded from a queen to a king sized bed in our master bedroom and the change sent me spiraling down a makeover rabbit hole. You know me, once I get a taste for change there’s no turning back.

I really wanted an adult space that felt calm and comfortable but that still had a “WOW-factor” and punches of color. A tricky task but I could not be more in love with how it all turned out!

So, without further ado…20180702_110110-01-copy.jpeg

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Rebel Walls graciously provided the wallpaper called ‘Welcome To The Jungle’ and it set the mood for the entire design. It was our first time hanging wallpaper but the print I chose was very forgiving. Rebel Walls also included the wall paper glue and detailed instructions so that definitely helped the process.20180702_104930-01 - Copy20180702_103909-01 - Copy

We really want to yank up the old carpets (like we did in our office makeover) but with the summer being such a busy time for us, that project will have to wait. Instead, Well Woven provided this absolutely gorgeous rug that I think helps draw your attention away from the carpet. The bold colors are such a pretty and modern take on a traditionally vintage style rug. 20180702_110757-02 - Copy

The left side of the room is my “girl domain”. The vanity was my desk when I was little and I just spruced it up with a fresh coat of pink chalk paint. (The color is Antoinette mixed with a tad of Henrietta by Annie Sloan.) It’s the perfect place to sit and do my makeup.20180702_105427-01 - Copy20180702_130930-0120180702_131350-01

The beautiful art pieces above the storage shelf are screen prints that have been digitally reproduced and mounted on wooden panels for framing. They were provided by Jennifer Clifford, an amazing artist whom I’ve had the pleasure of connecting with on Instagram.20180702_111208-02 - Copy20180702_111208-03 - CopyAcross from the bed you’ll find my husbands dressing area so obviously I kept the décor a tad more masculine. I jazzed-up his old dresser with some antiqued brass pulls that I found on sale at Home Depot. It was a quick and easy way to add personality to this tired piece of furniture. 20180702_110408-01 - Copy20180702_11021520180702_132008-02 - CopyThe hubs insists on having a massive TV in virtually every room of our home and the bedroom is no exception. So we mounted the TV (before it was taking up room on his dresser) and we added two large prints on either side to try to dwarf the size of the television. We found the prints on Etsy and the gorgeous wooden frames were provided by Frame It Easy. (Use my code ‘PBAH’ and take 10% off your own order of custom frames at http://www.frameiteasy.com)20180702_110153-02 - CopyThe beautiful macramé plant holder was hand-made and provided by Hannah at Cotton and Knots Macramé. It adds so much natural warmth to this little corner.20180702_110041-01 - Copy20180702_104946-01 - CopyThe simple bedding is one of my very favorite things in this space. I went with mostly muted tones to be sure that it didn’t compete with all of the patterns in the rug and the wallpaper. Good And Bed provided all of scrumptious sheets. 20180702_110022-01 - CopyWith the expense of our new mattress and adjustable bases, we didn’t want to invest in a new bed right away. Instead, we got creative and took apart an old bamboo room divider that I previously had in our guest room and nailed pieces of it up on the wall for a makeshift headboard. 20180702_115058-01 (1)20180702_104233-01 - Copy

And there you have it! A few tweaks and A LOT of organizing…we now have a jungle-icious, tropical retreat.

Until next time ♥♥♥

Amber

 

 

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “A Jungle-icious Master Bedroom Makeover

  1. Fantastic new look! The wallpaper with the bamboo headboard is perfect..I love the rug! The macrame plant holder gives the room the right touch of boho! Definitely a winning new look

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