House For Sale & Final Master Bedroom Reveal

Life has been so crazy the past few weeks that I just couldn’t get the final photos taken of our master bedroom until now.  It has to look perfect, along with the rest of house since it goes on the market today.  We’re praying for a quick sale so I can move with the hubs to Spokane and not have to stay behind.  Our Realtor is coming by at 10 am to take all the pictures of our house, inside and out.  I thought I would share the master with you today and I’ll share more in the coming days and keep you updated on the sale and our move to Washington.  So many of you have already shared with me that you are praying for us.  Words cannot express how thankful Dave and I are for all of youMaster Bedroom (14) - CopyAs you know, I LOVE painted furniture but I also wanted a little bit of a sophisticated look as well as light and airy.Master Bedroom Reveal ~ Vintage Street Designs (8)As you enter, there is a little nook where I hung a candle that has traveled around the United States with us.  I think it’s hung in every master bedroom.Master Bedroom Reveal ~ Vintage Street Designs (9)

Master Bedroom Reveal ~ Vintage Street Designs (7)
Master Bedroom (28)So I started our bedroom makeover by researching inspirational photos.  You can see mine here.  Then I purchased new bedding and finally found lamp shades for our naked vintage lamps.Master Bedroom (2)And then came the headboard.  What would I do without my husband to make all my dreams come true?  To view more details about the headboard click here.SAM_5688My husband’s nightstand got a much needed makeover to complete the theme.  He would be devastated if I took this away from him.  It provides so much storage.Master Bedroom (21)A few decorative touches.Master Bedroom Reveal ~ Vintage Street Designs (1)The view of the pool.Master Bedroom Reveal ~ Vintage Street Designs (5)

Master Bedroom (15)View from the other side.Master Bedroom (11)Close up.  Mini preserved spruce wreath, aged book stack and a couple of picture frames is all this nightstand needed.

Master Bedroom (13)I borrowed the “bird pillow” from the window seat in our dining room.  The center pillow I made out of leftover fabric from another project.  The filler came from Ikea.  The bedding and dandelion pillows I found at Stein Mart.  These stores will no longer be available to me in Spokane, along with several other favorites.  Luckily I can order online from a few of them.Master Bedroom (17)I can’t even tell you how handy this bench has been.  It holds all our decorative pillows at night.  It’s the perfect place for me to sit when putting on my shoes or boots.Master Bedroom (18)My husband’s favorite artist…Salvador Dali.  Master Bedroom (25)The entrance to our master bath.Master Bedroom (3)Our desert cottage is approx. 1250 sq. ft.  The master is large but it doesn’t have a walk-in closet.  However, the closet takes up this entire wall and has been more than enough space for us.  Master Bedroom (1)This vintage dresser and mirror was painted with CeCe Caldwell’s Vintage White.  I would be one happy camper if I could be painting one of these beauties everyday!Master Bedroom (6)I switched from dark brown, lined curtains for our sliders to white curtains from Ikea.  WOW, what a difference it has made.  Even though we haven’t found a house yet in Spokane, I think I’ll have to go shopping one last time to Ikea before we leave to stock up on items like this.

Master Bedroom (32)That’s it for now.  Gotta get the house ready for it’s photo shoot with our agent.

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