Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Michael Lake House, Master Bedroom, Part 3

The master bedroom in our Lake House was a peach, let me tell ya!  First off, it had mint green/light bluish walls, ceiling, trim...EVERYTHING.  Wonderful, right?  It also had peel and stick tiles on the floor, covered by wall to wall carpet and padding that wasn't actually placed wall to wall, but laid in the center of the floor, like an area rug! And, as I mentioned before, it was missing a door (see KITCHEN CEILING, in post #1)

We decided since we are going to tear out the closet and redo the master bath in the near future, we would leave the floors for the time being and deal with it more later than sooner.  The walls had a lovely old damask wallpaper that shows through the paint.  After an extensive amount of time on pinterest, I decided to do a camel color and light blue room (to match the ceiling!! ha ha!)  with black and white accents. I did this very much on the cheap, but was pleasantly surprised with the outcome. We did buy standard 2 inch white blinds for the entire house. It really seemed like a neccessity and something I'm glad we purchased. Conrad was an old pro at installing them, especially after passing the tenth installatin or so! Here is the before, in all it's mint green/bluish glory:
The color turned out darker than I intended, but I like it, and it works because of all of the windows in the room. Here you can kind of see the pattern on the wallpaper, not to mention our cool "area rug" situation. 

Below is the room after we finished it.  I couldn't be happier!  Thanks for reading and stay tuned for the next installation of the Lake House.

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