Updated: May 4
My ultimate procrastination project. For some reason, I always save the primary suite for last. I have no problem designing other people's space but my bedroom has always been a challenge for me. Maybe because I'm my toughest critic? Who knows...
When I was designing this room, I knew I wanted this space to feel tranquil, but refined. I wanted it to feel like I was staying in a South Carolina B&B- prim, proper, pampered, and pretty (the 4Ps (I just made that up)). I wanted it to be feminine, but not so much so that my husband wouldn't want to call it his.
I believe the previous owner did the board and batten themselves- nicely done! This house was approximately 10 years old when we bought it. It was a typical builder-grade home. While very vanilla, it provided the ultimate blank canvas for anything when it came to room design.
I turn to Pinterest a lot for inspiration. I stumbled across this bedroom designed by, I believe, Amy Berry Designs. I fell in love with the palette, as well as the fresh and refined style.
*I customized the curtain panels by adding french pleats and trim to Ballard's curtain panels
FINIALS BD Crystal Ball Drapery FLOWERS Blue Hydrangeas BED FRAME BD Giselle Untufted Bed King LAMP Arhaus NLA MIRROR Patton Wall Decor PICTURE FRAME PB Stowe Metal Frame JEWELRY BOX Quinn Jewelry Box DRESSERS EA Louis Dresser MIRROR BD Marabelle Mirror
the FINISHED PRODUCT
A beautifully serene primary bedroom. Not too stuffy, but enough to make me feel like a princess.
PHOTOGRAPHY Tammy Dean Photography