The Other Guest Room Re-Design

Guest Room Re-Design (19)I’ve been wanting to share this guest room makeover for weeks, but with the move I’m still not quite caught up.  This is a continuation of my clients Dick & Jeanene’s whole house decorating project.  I shared their black and white guest room earlier.  You can see it here.Guest Room Re-Design (16)In this room, it was important to have a place to display Jeanene’s Dr. Pepper collection.  They already owned this library cabinet that was filled with books for their grandchildren so we decided to convert it into the Dr. Pepper display case.  I brought it home with me for a few days and painted it in Vintage White and added new crystal knobs.  It looks like a whole new cabinet now.Guest Room Re-Design (3)Here’s another angle of it.Guest Room Re-Design (20)The gorgeous curtain rod was found at JC Penney and I picked up the simple white curtain from Ikea.Guest Room Re-Design (10)And do you remember this dresser?  This was another piece I had brought home with me to do a little painting magic.  Jeanene’s great, she just lets me do whatever I want…she loves surprises.  She had no idea what I had planned for this piece, other than the color it was going to be.Guest Room Re-Design (11)

Guest Room Re-Design (22)My hubby and I made the headboard out of a vintage door Jeanene originally had leaning up in the corner of the room.

Guest Room Re-Design (4)This sign is hung by the door knob that used to be attached to the door.

Guest Room Re-Design (14)The metal wall art also used to be attached to the top of the door.  We re-purposed every piece, even the shelf that hung on it, is now used elsewhere in their home.

Guest Room Re-Design (6)Jeanene took a painting class from me and updated several accent pieces in the room by painted them with Vintage White and lightly distressing.

Guest Room Re-Design (7)Didn’t she do a GREAT job?

Guest Room Re-Design (17)A wall grouping was made out of vintage prints in gold frames.

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Guest Room Re-Design (5)These pretty fill-able lamps were found at Walmart, believe it or not!  And the shades I got from Lamps Plus.  Most of the bedding came from Stein Mart.  I wish I had a before photo for you but we were so excited about the makeovers of both guest rooms, nobody thought to take pictures before we got started.  Since their house is a new build, there was no painting or remodeling that had to be done.

I’m missing Dick and Jeanene.  They had become wonderful friends too.  I miss our lunches at Big Budda in Surprise.  Always a fun day of decorating when going to their house!!!  I can’t thank them enough for trusting me with all their decorating needs.

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