As promised, I wanted to share allll of the sources and details from the master bedroom. Click through for the complete list of resources and my thoughts on everything (the good, the bad, and the favorites).
01: roman shades // 02: ceiling fan // 03: leather upholstered bed // 04: wall sconces // 05: throw pillow // 06: campaign nightstand // 07: vintage runner // 08: sheepskin // 09: vintage oil painting // 10: frames // 11: linen spray // 12: live hoya plant // 13: dimpled planter /// 14: accordion side table // 15: brass door hardware // 16: washed linen duvet // 17: Sherwin-Williams Gray Screen (trim color) // 18: Sherwin-Williams Snowbound (wall color)
The roman shades in the actual space are custom made (check out this post for more info), but these (#1) look really close for a fraction of the price if you have standard sized windows! The same for the bed… I custom designed that amazing leather bed, and Pottery Barn now sells a version of it (#3) for a fraction of the price. Obviously the nightstands are vintage, but if you’re not looking for a project, these are almost the same exact color (#6).
I also linked all of the plant info (#12 & #13)… this thing is a family heirloom and it’s been through some rough days during our move. I swear you can’t kill these lovely plants. They’re also really fun to watch- hoyas grow quickly and you can even watch them move toward the light.
The runner is one of those items that totally makes this space. Unfortunately, it’s vintage and one-of-a-kind so you can’t exactly buy the exact same one. I found it at Woven in Vintage, one of my favorite Etsy shops. I did link the most similar one I could find above (#7).
The bedside sconces (#4) definitely exceeded my expectations! The pair in the guest room are great because they’re dimmable, but these are so much more dynamic. They move in every direction imaginable and have a great minimal, timeless look- especially for the price!
You truly can’t beat the price of the washed linen duvet (#16), but I was pretty disappointed it didn’t include duvet ties. That is one of my all-time pet peeves! For $99, with king size shams included, I opted to keep it and sew a set of ties in myself. A reader also told me about these handy duvet clips. I’ve talked about linen spray (#11) before on the blog. I’m obsessed! I have a few different favorites: one | two | three. It just keeps your bedding smelling nice and fresh. I just give it a quick spritz on top of the duvet every day.
I think that’s all there is to link and share! If you guys have questions about anything else, comment below and I’ll gladly respond. The grid gallery wall post will go up on Thursday, so be sure to check back in for that. For a small master bedroom, I really love this space!