Spring Bedroom Refresh

March 03, 2020 0 Comments

Spring Bedroom Refresh

This week the weather has been getting warmer, and it's getting me in the mood for Spring! I decided to give our master bedroom a mini refresh to lighten it up for the new season, and I love how it turned out!

I got some new pillows and throws that have a lot of texture on them for the bed. Here are my sources:

-the throw at the foot of the bed - Cloth and Cabin

-euro shams with tassels - Amazon

-striped lumbar pillow - Cloth and Cabin

-small pillow - Walmart

 

I switched out the curtains for these simple white ones that I made from twin flat sheets from Walmart. I hung them from curtain ring clips that I also found at Walmart. They cost less than $5 per panel and didn't need to be sewn! It's a very affordable solution if you are looking for simple curtain panels!

We have this little nook in our bedroom, and I needed something for the walls, so I hung thrifted hats, thrifted hooks, and a new sign that will be in the shop soon! The beautiful leather bag is from Urban Southern.

I didn't use much color in the room, but I did mix a lot of cream and white, which I was a little bit nervous to do, but I love the combination now. I threw in some black to add some contrast to all the light colors.

I love incorporating plants into all of the rooms in the house, and the bedroom is no exception! I find a lot of baskets and pots from thrift stores to put plants in. The rugs beside the bed are so soft and fluffy - I love them so much! They are very affordable from Amazon.

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