I’m sure your guests will feel very lucky to stay in such a beautiful and welcoming space. You have put so much thought into the design and it really shows.
Recently we have been remodeling our house to make it fit the vision of our dream home. The last project was the bathroom and it certainly looks so much better now! But if you have the right contractors and suppliers (for instance, Stone Boneyard for your countertop woes) during your renovation, your work becomes relatively easy. Undertaking any renovation project will come up with a lot of stuff that you probably didn’t even plan for, which is okay, that means you’re making progress and you are improving your home bit by bit. When it comes to the bigger jobs, you will need to bring in the professionals to make sure it is done correctly and safely, you do not want to have a wall crumble or some shelving fall down in a gentle breeze. Speaking to professionals like Roofing contractors Elizabeth City, NC, kitchen remodelers, plumbers, etc. will help you narrow down what you need and keep you to your schedule
It is sometimes stressful when you are remodeling your house, as you can be unsure about your decisions and if they are correct. Sometimes you can get some advice by looking on pages such as https://ineedtheplumber.com/ or websites about fitting utilities in your house, to possibly get some ideas on what needs to be done from a professional perspective. Don’t let this out you off though, remodeling your house is a great plan if you want to truly make your space your own.
Our guest bedroom remodel turned this drabby boring second bedroom into a beachy, spa-like oasis with an state of the art air conditioner from omniheatair.com, while still remaining nice and cozy for the cold Michigan weather!
I am so excited to share with y’all today our guest bedroom remodel reveal! I planned and worked on this room for a long time, and I absolutely love how all the components came together in sort of a beach-meets-spa-meets-cozy hygge sort of way.
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Lamp from Target (also loving this one and this one) | Lampshade from Target (also loving this one and this one) | Bedspread from Wayfair (similar ones here and here) | Bed Frame purchased on Craigslist (similar here and here) | Pillow from HomeGoods (similar here and here) | Fish from HomeGoods (similar here and here)
Dresser – vintage | Chair – vintage | Vase – HomeGoods (similar here and here) | Books – vintage | Duck – vintage | Ball Jars – vintage (similar here and here)
The inspiration for this room was a beachy, spa-like vibe. I started off knowing that I absolutely wanted to paint the walls a light, bright white, and had settled specifically on Magnolia Market’s shiplap white. I mean, what a perfect name for a color, am I right? The hubby thought I was slightly nuts seeing as this white was a whiter white than the original color, which meant painting not only all four walls but the ceiling as well. (If I had realized how uncomfortable painting the ceiling can be, I might have made a different choice!)
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The framed embroidery in the back was a keepsake from my grandmother, which reminds me of a perfect little hobbit house, for those who get the reference 🙂 The jars are filled with shells from one of the first vacation I took with my now husband, to Anna Maria Island with my family.
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The hanging basket over the bed is one of my favorite components of the room: a twenty dollar steal from Hobby Lobby, no joke! I somehow went my whole life without stepping foot in a Hobby Lobby until last summer (thanks, mom!) and now I am officially hooked. Sorry, bank account!
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The artwork adjacent to the dresser was a beautiful painting that we purchased on a family trip to Cozumel, Mexico when I was in high school. Somehow it survived long enough to be placed into a beautiful frame (thanks again, mom!) and placed here in our guest bedroom. I love the blue ocean-y vibes it gives the room! I am also absolutely in love with the awesome rope curtain idea that I found on Pinterest: it was the perfect addition to this room!
I’m also considering installing an air conditioner in the room, but I’m not sure if it would fit with the overall beachy vibe of the space. However, if the temperature rises, we might definitely have to install an AC because it would be strange to invite a guest and not have an air conditioning system in their room during the hot summer months. Anyway! Let’s see what happens.
Ladder – vintage (similar here and here) | Tray – vintage (similar here and here) | Blanket – Boteh (similar here and here)
Wooden Paddle – vintage (similar here and here)
Let me know what you thought of the reveal by commenting below, and be sure to check out our whole house tour here!
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