King Master Project

You know those times when you come across a feed on Insta and instantly know you’d be friends? Well the best is when you actually get to meet & hang with them in person! Janene (@janenefaye) posted a tour of their gorgeous home in her stories and I was in complete awe. So I messaged her telling her how much I loved what she had done with their new build, and long story short she was so kind in asking me to help finish styling their master bedroom. Basically their house is a dream, so I think almost anything would look beautiful in here, but I think her taste and style perfectly suits this light and airy space.

Their entire home was designed with an amazing open floor plan and an abundance of glorious natural light, the master suite being no exception. Below are a few shots of the space prior to our styling makeover.

Before:

We decided to add some focal points and a few pops of color to this pretty space so I proceeded to create a few inspo-style boards, and these are the ones we ultimately decided to use:

Why it works– Mixing metals is an excellent way to add character, charm and collected-ness to a space. In this room we pared iron with a dash of brass for a pop of unexpected color. Gray is the common neutral throughout the home so we decided to use that as the base for the linens, and the addition of velvet navy throw pillows ties the gray with the brass accents, all while adding texture & interest.  The sprinkling of plants throughout the room invites life and relaxation.

After: 

 

Thanks so much for following along on this journey! And thanks to Janene (@janenefaye) for asking me to help with this fun project. It was a blast! Interested in starting a styling project in your own home? Visit the “services” tab and contact me via email graceunmeasuredblog@gmail.com to get going.  I look forward to working with you!

Bedroom Sources: bed frame: boatshomefurnishings.com | chandelier: westelm.com | linen bedding & navy throw pillows: target.com | striped euro shams: etsy.com (bealinen – has since sold out) | wall sconces: worldmarket.com | console: overstock.com | wall art: etsy.com (birch trail boutique) | desk lamp: target.com | photo ledge: ikea.com |

And in case you were curious about the rest of the house, Janene graciously allowed me to take few quick shots to share with you. 😉 Happy inspiration!

 

 

 

Julia

Design, Decor, and DIY Blogger since 2015

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  • Love the assortment of linens – I have the toughest time combining sets together! Do you by chance know where they got their kitchen cabinets from? We are leaning toward IKEA but they can end up looking cheap sometimes!

  • COMMENTS (16)

    1. Kylie 24th February 2017 at 11:30 pm -

      Love the assortment of linens – I have the toughest time combining sets together! Do you by chance know where they got their kitchen cabinets from? We are leaning toward IKEA but they can end up looking cheap sometimes!

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      • Jaylon 19th June 2017 at 3:43 am

        A few years ago there was an earthquake which disabled some Japanese nuclear capacity – at the time most reports talked about natural gas fired power filling the gap.Does anyone have figures showing how their cotismpnuon profile changed during that period – did they go back to oil and coal or to gas instead ?

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