Our guest room was transformed from this...
I took a few shots at night since this wall is way hard to photograph due to the windows and my lack of photography skills. This shot helps you see the accessories a tad bit better.
Don't forget to appreciate the black plank ceiling that we installed this summer.
The rug is a $75 score marked down from $795.
This dresser was sold on Craigslist and one day will be replaced with a small writing desk.
I'll stop talking and let you soak it all in...
I'm in love with the picture over the bed. It's a $10 score from Goodwill and literally the paper on the back crumbles when you touch it.
See the "metal" bars? They're not really metal. I had to figure out a cheap way to get the look. Stay tuned to hear the details.
Fun vintage pulley light on a swivel arm.
This painting is very special. The artist is John's uncle's late sister. She gifted it to us when we visited her in Italy. It's been lost since our last move and I did a major happy dance when I finally found it last weekend in the attic.
There's not a single accessory that cost more than $8 on this entire wall. I frequented Goodwill and hunted for treasures. It was really fun!
The bed is an inherited piece that I'd love to switch out but it's not practical. I tried to make the rest of the room killer so the focus wouldn't be on the not so fabulous bed. And, no, I don't have the patience to stain or paint it, so it stays as is.
These charts are huge and fill up the wall perfectly. They were the last piece to the puzzle. I'll share more about them in another post.
Okay, friends, feel free to gush and leave tons of comments so John can feel the love. He worked his tush off on this room. He continues to amaze me with his patience and skills. He's such a selfless person. I'm blessed to have someone who embraces my crazy ideas and helps me bring them to life.