If you haven’t met Karla, with It’s the Little Things that Make a House a Home, you are missing out. I asked Karla to stop by and give us a tour of her newly redone master bedroom and I want to introduce you to a talented girl.
Here’s what Karla begins with on her Master Bedroom makeover post:
There are 3 things you should know about this Master Bedroom makeover:
#1. Nothing was purchased for this makeover. Everything in this room either came from other rooms in our home (I shop my house…a lot!) or was given to us, or was accomplished long before another makeover was even a possibility (ie: the wall color). In other words, this “new” look for the room didn’t cost us a penny this time!
#2. This makeover was a plan that I had been wanting to turn into a reality for a while now, but because of all the work involved it wasn’t ever put on the priority list to actually happen.
One newly acquired item pushed the entire makeover into action!
#3. Sometimes a little “smoke and mirrors” is all it takes to pull off a little magic!
Here was the problem:
Our room has an odd layout. It’s not terrible, but we can’t quite figure out exactly what the builder was thinking.
So, Karla got busy and came up with some genius plans on how to improve her room, with just a few changes and I think she totally hit a home run on this one.
Head on over to Karl’s blog for ALL the details, BEFORE and AFTER pics, and how she did it all. A seriously gorgeous redo on a total NO budget.
Karla, congrats on a job well done.
This is one beautiful bedroom.
And that’s not all either, Karla and her hubby did a masterful makeover in their family room and added some beautiful architectural details with board and batten. I’d love to try this somewhere myself.
Go… check out Karla’s place, It’s the Little Things that Make a House a Home.
Because, isn’t that the truth?!