One Room Challenge – Week Four

April 20, 2015 at 10:33 PM 2 comments

Alright guys, we are getting down to the wire.  In two short weeks I will be showing the finished bedroom.  As a refresher, I am joining Linda of Calling It Home and many other bloggers to make over a room in six weeks.  I’m working on a bedroom for a client for their house in the country.

This is all happening in real time and things are going fast.  On the first week, my client was presented with this plan:

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With her input and some tweaks, we’re now moving forward with this plan –

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One thing that I was on the hunt for big time was a side-table to go with the one shown in the moodboard above.

As luck would have it, I found a great side table at my local Salvation Army.  It was actually sitting out on the sidewalk and I spotted it while driving El Camino.  One quick stop in and it was all mine.  To be honest I wasn’t even fully convinced in the store if I was making a mistake but it had that country feel, is the same wood finish as the other side table and similar dimensions.

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I delivered it early this week and I love it!

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I’ve got to pump up my styling (and use a real camera) for the big reveal but I’m pleased with how it’s all coming together!

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Final note, I’m completely disappointed with Chairish’s shipping.  I ordered the other side table three weeks ago and it very likely won’t make it on time.  The antique table is shipping from Chicago and it’s not like they had to make it or it wasn’t in stock.  If it doesn’t make it in time, I’ll improvise.  I just wish that Chairish had similar shipping to One Kings Lane.

I’m off to attempt a DIY with this fabulous Peter Dunham fabric…

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  • 1. deborah moore manning  |  April 23, 2015 at 10:43 AM

    Wonder what the DIY project is. . . pillows? roman shade for window(s)? I love the bench @ the end of the bed; I see books stacked on it w/ one great objec’t d’ art on one of the stacks. Keep going, I’m intrigued!

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  • 2. Anne {Almost Home}  |  April 25, 2015 at 2:57 PM

    LOVE the Salvation Army table find!!! Everything is coming together beautifully–so perfect for a country home!

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