So the end of September I was not feeling well at all, and spent some time in my bedroom. Which got me staring at my walls and soooooooooooooooooooooooooooo that lead me to want to redesign a few things in the room.
Here is how the room originally looked a few months ago after the 2nd makeover (lol)
My end table
Window wall on husband's side
Top of my dresser (that shade does not belong on that lamp. lol)
top of husband's dresser (which he never keeps this neat)
Here was the original bed wall .
THEN I WENT JUNKIN AND FOUND SOME TREASURES...then this happened.
Found 2 of these fabulous antique nightstands from a man putting them on the curb. (I had to rescue and cover in Olde White chalk paint)
Also found this tin wall hanging with a ledge, decided it was a perfect faux headboard. Added some brass candlestick and vintage tin tray....change the pics and added plates w/ metallic branches & birds.
The I decided to move the tray up top and add an antique painting with some grey, cream, gold colors in it. A wood picture frame with metallic glaze over it and my prized frame from Anthropologie (gifted by my sis Jenn)
I removed my husband's TV (we never connected or watched it in this bedroom) so it went down to the football room for a total of 3 tvs. lol I hung my HomeGoods mirror and placed my bookworm muse on top and added all of my handmade jewelry holders made from vintage china.
The old painter's ladder was on another wall doing nothing, but now it holds my Nonna's linens and momentos I like to have close to me.
My antique dresser is getting very chippy but I don't want to paint it. Sconces will go on either side of the mirror (need to be spray painted and covers for my exsisting leather mini shades)
I added a tissue flower to my bookworms neck along with some pewter colored pearls.
My Nonna's vintage jewelry and old scrabble pieces from 58 & Grace shop
One of the mirror matted chippy frames I sell in my shop.
I'm keeping my vintage mirror wall above husband's dresser and will add to it as I find some new fabulous ones.