Dreamhouse Project One Room Challenge Spring 2017 Dream Bedroom

It’s that time of year again!  We’re doing another One Room Challenge.  If you’ve never heard of the ORC, it’s essentially a huge online event that Linda of Calling It Home hosts twice a year. Hundreds of bloggers join in to makeover a room from start to finish in just 6 weeks.  This will be our 3rd time participating. Well technically it’s our fourth, but we don’t speak of our first attempt lol! In any case we’re really excited to finally have another space in The Dreamhouse join our master bath & family room in the ‘completed’ column.  This time around we’ll be tackling our dream bedroom.

If you remember back to our ORC from Spring of 2015, you might remember that our original plan at the time was to complete the entire master suite since both the bedroom and bathroom technically encompass one space.

Master Bedroom floorplan

Master Bedroom floor plan

Of course as it turned out, that was a bit too ambitious an undertaking. We ended up scaling things back to focus solely on creating a beautiful Master Bath Retreat.  What you didn’t see at the time of the reveal however, was that the opposite side of that sleek vanity wall was completely unfinished.

Unfinished bdroom wall - Dream Bedroom Before: | The Dreamhouse Project

We patched the drywall that we needed to open up to complete the plumbing for the bathroom and we’ve since moved our bed in here, hung some curtains, for privacy, but really that’s where things stand.   Sad, I know. Not exactly what we would consider our “Dream Bedroom” by any stretch of the imagination.  We figured it’s about time we remedied that.

The Dream Bedroom Plan

Feature Wall

First off, the unfinished wall is getting a major upgrade! If you’re wondering why we left it unfinished for so long, it’s because we knew the eventual plan was to build an accent wall behind the bed. Our plan is to use wood that we’re reclaiming from various pallets we’ve accumulated throughout our construction. Granted we didn’t anticipate that it would take us 2 years to get around to that project, lol, but you know… Life happens!

Our current inspirations….

 

Furniture

Bed: A new bed is an absolute must. Our current bed is the one we brought with us from our first house and was part of a full bedroom set that was the first major furniture purchase we ever made.  It has an oversized headboard with built-in bedside lights and matching night tables on either side.  It’s not a terrible bed, but our style has changed a lot in the last 7 years since we bought it. Also because it is all wood, we think it’ll be too much against the accent wall. We’re thinking a low profile upholstered bed would add the perfect amount of softness & texture. We’re currently in love with this one from All Modern.


Nightstands: 
Again something low profile and preferably elevated off the ground since Kes has a heat register on the floor on his side of the bed. As of right now we’re thinking these will be a DIY, but we’ll get into our plans for those in another post.

TV stand: Our tv right now is currently sitting on an upside down Rubbermaid bin (I know, classy right?! LOL!). I think it goes without saying that it’s gotta go!  We’re actually planing to mount our tv on the wall, but I still like the idea of having something below it to anchor it. It’ll also serve as a place to display a few photos & other decorative items.

 

Colours

Since we’re working with an open floor plan, we’ll be carrying the colour scheme from the bathroom into the bedroom. We’ll be painting the walls in PARA Sterling Spoon (PF71). Since the barn doors we built for our closet can be seen from the bedroom space, we’re working in accents throughout the room to play off the colour -PARA Pixie Pop (PF3).  Think bedding, accent pillows, window coverings, etc…

 

We’ve created an inspiration board to help visualize how it’ll all come together.

The Dreamhouse Project Master Bedroom Mood Board

Bed, bedding, wall sconces & nightstand (inspiration) – All Modern | Mariam Curtains (shown in dark lilac) – IKEA
Fabrics 1 , 2 – Fabric Spark | Fabrics 1 , 2 & Accent pillowsTonic Living | Accessories 1 , 2 , 3Bouclair

So that’s our plan. Let us know what you think!

Be sure to take some time this week to check out all of the participants of the One Room Challenge.  Next week we’ll be back with our full to-do list, a few before pics and our progress so far. In the meantime don’t forget to follow us on Instagram and check out our stories for some behind the scenes progress.

 

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Comments
  • April 8, 2017

    I love it! That wood wall is going to look amazing – especially with that pop of colour on the barn door! Can’t wait to follow along – good luck!

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  • April 8, 2017

    I like your direction. Can’t wait to see the rustic mixed with your punches of color. 🙂

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  • April 8, 2017

    What a beautiful mood board and I’m in love with what you had done in your bathroom. Your feature wall is really going to make this room pop! Can’t wait to see the process and the reveal. Good luck!

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  • April 9, 2017

    That bathroom is so perfect for you guys. I’m sure the closet and bedroom will be just as amazing!

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  • Emy
    April 10, 2017

    Love the bed! Love the color! Such a fun design board and I’m really looking forward to seeing how this turns out!

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  • April 11, 2017

    Love the fuchsia and wood accent wall!!!!! Can’t wait to see how this all turns out!

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  • April 12, 2017

    Your inspiration is beautiful, especially the color. I’m excited to see it all come together!

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  • April 12, 2017

    WOW! Both rooms would have been a HUGE undertaking! I’m excited to see how this turns out for you! I think’ll be great and you’ll finally have that relaxing space you’ve been dreaming about! The bathroom turned out great, so I’m sure the bedroom will be amazing! Cheering you on!

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