Ok, this is a bittersweet post. Excited to share another Home Tour with you guys but it will be our last from the loft. Yep. We’re moving again! More deets on that later(promise!). But before we say goodbye to the loft lets check out the Bedroom since it had some of my favorite DIYs to date!
Copper Plant Stands: This was the first time I’ve worked with real copper pipes for a DIY and I was instantly hooked! This project comes together so quickly and requires very little supplies. Plus it dresses up even the most basic pots!
MALM Nightstand Hack: I feel like we’ve all had some variation or piece from the MALM collection. Its solid, inexpensive, and super affordable. Unfortunately its also very basic. Hacking these nightstands with hardware and chalk paint completely customized them with minimal effort.
Painted Throw Pillows: Speaking of minimal effort… these throw pillows were more like a coloring book exercise than full on DIY! I loved the design and price but they didnt fit our color scheme as-is. A little rose gold paint and fabric medium changed that real quick!
Rose Gold Lamps: A little rose gold paint was also key to these lamp makeovers. They started out a basic college dorm room lamp from Target. With a coat of rose gold paint and new shades they coordianted perfectly with the nightstand hack!
Painted Fabric Chair: This project was a long time coming! We bought this chair when we lived on the east coast with plans to reupholster. After a bit more research we quickly realized that project was way more work than we actually had time for so it sat as-is for some time. Once we moved into the loft I was ready to find a better solution and its no surprise I decided on paint. After a little research and a few fabric medium tests I found the perfect paint solution! Its been months and this is still my favorite reading spot.
Customized Planters: There are always those last few touches that complete any room. For me this generally revolves around plants(yes Im an aspiring #plantlady!). This post showed a few ways I customized store bought planters.
Gallery Wall: like I mentioned in the original post, I put these in every space we move into. I love the symmetry, repetition, and clean design it brings to our spaces. This hack helps get them up quickly and with minimal effort. Plus I love the subject in this set of prints! 😉
This loft bedroom was one of my favorite spaces. I loved the airy open feel and the gorgeous light we woke up to every morning. It may also be the most DIYs Ive managed within one space! So have you added any DIYs to your master bedroom? Tried any of the above in your own home? You know I’d love to hear all about it in the comments!