I’m entering into week 4 of the One Room Challenge (ORC), where I am transforming my master bedroom. If you’re just joining me, you can start at the beginning here http://wp.me/p1s2CI-nL If you’re coming back for more, thank you!
In full disclosure being gone 8 days for spring break has set me back. I’m still trying to find a glass and mirror company in Charlotte that is able to cut beveled glass for non straight edges without shipping it out and a hefty price tag. Additionally, I haven’t connected with the seamstress that I want to use for the fabric and nailhead trim on our upholstered headboard.
However, I’ve had success in finding accessories for both the white double dresser and dark wood dresser!
Mirrored white tray
I finally made a decision on the accent table. I bought the unique upholstered nailhead trim piece from HomeGoods, but the height didn’t work with the arm chair. I loved it so much I kept it for my office. This piece below is a perfect fit for our bedroom!
Two tiered mirror accent table
It’s hard to see from the picture, but it’s antique pewter which has gold and silver tones. It’s a nice transition from the silver to the gold in the bedroom.
If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram you will see some of the places I have ventured, including furniture boutiques in Charlotte and Sarasota. I found a grey trellis picture frame, a tall silver antique candle holder, and another gold picture frame for the room.
Additional framed wall art has been hung along with the three inlay mirrors and it really pulls the room together!
Remaining items on my punch “to do” list:
Replace beveled mirror
- Grey fabric and nailhead trim on upholstered headboard
- Gold tray for dark wood dresser
- Replace wall sconces
It’s time to roll up my sleeves and get to it these remaining two weeks! Again, many thanks for all your comments and feedback! Be sure to check out all the participating rooms in ORC on Calling it Home.