I thought I’d share another room tour today. As I’ve said in the others,
we’re slowly making this place our home, and we’re loving it.
This summer is so different from last. Last summer we were just moving in, and this summer we’re settled. What a difference it is to not be in transition, no?
Today I’m sharing our master bedroom. Enjoy the tour!
This room has large ceiling that form a peak – love that! The big metal star has never been happier than in this space. Our bedspread is a patchwork of vintage sari’s. We found it in a shop in HI years ago and we fell in love instantly.
The “hello love” banner was part of my home decor collection a few years ago and I love having it as our makeshift headboard.
Our tutu wearing manniquin is a master bedroom staple. We loved it in the old house
, too. The print on the wall is one of the first pieces of art John and I ever bought as a couple before we were engaged. That was about 17 years ago!
The letters light up. Love, love, love.
And the curtains were made by my mom. So grateful! I love how they coordinate with the gray rug.
The dresser was John’s when I met him all of those years ago. Loved his style then, and now.
This little bonus nook is adorbs. True climbs into this space each morning after waking us up at 6:30.
I am grateful every stinkin’ time I see this view.
I’ve been layering vintage style mirrors over the big wall mirrors in the bathrooms and I’m digging the look. Makes it feel more cozy, less modern, and more fun.
Best part of our bedroom? The soaker tub. This baby gets used. A lot. Love, love, and more. My friend Stephanie made the gorgeous painting as a gift for us after True was born. Here’s a post
that share the whole thing. So gorgeous!
Annnnnd that’s a wrap! Another room tour coming soon!
Hi, I'm Kelly Rae Roberts!
Before I picked up my first paintbrush at the age of 30, I was a medical social worker. I followed my whispers and started playing with paint and everything changed.
Now I’m a full-time artist, author and Possibilitarian, who helps women explore and nourish their creative souls.
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