A detailed list of DIY projects & Home Improvement details as well as paint colors for this French Country Master Bedroom Decor Sources.
I’m so giddy over this room reveal, that I had to share it again.
In truth, the other post was just getting to be so long, that I thought it would be best to divide the details and decor sources in a second post.
If you missed the big reveal of our Modern French Country Bedroom, you should definitely head over to see how we transformed this room.
Master Bedroom Decor Sources
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Well, hello there gorgeous bed!
You are definitely the star of the show and deserve the spotlight.
That was the most feedback received on this room reveal and I’m so glad I’m not the only one swooning over this gorgeous bed makeover!
We’ve had this bed for the past 15 years and was our first grown up furniture purchase we ever made.
But after 15 years, the black was becoming boring.
So we painstakingly sanded this beauty down and love how it turned out! The full tutorial, plus 7 tips on how to refinish large furniture pieces, is over in this post.
If you are looking for ideas for similar French Country Beds, check out this round up post.
This was another new purchase that was long awaited. We have used the same matelasse quilt in our home for the past 10 years. You can see it here in our Bedroom from our last house.
It was heavy, which we love, and had a vintage vibe that I couldn’t let go of.
But, y’all… it was time! I have to be honest, though. It felt like I was giving up my Wubby straight out of Mr. Mom – if any of you know that movie!
So it was tough letting that go.
But I have to say I love my new bedding. We found this seersucker type of quilt from the Hearth and Hand line at Target.
It is a cool beige color and compliments the unfinished wood bed nicely.
I paired it with my favorite set of sheets and I’m a happy camper! Seriously – we found these $30 sheets on Amazon and they are the softest ever!
I ended up getting 2 sets for me, and one each for our boys.
And to add a nod back to my old quilt, I found this chenille bed throw.
And the small throw pillow in the middle is a DIY I made last fall. I love how the chunky knit pillow looks in here.
Bedside Table and Lamps
When we first moved to our Meadow Brook home, I needed to swap out our bedside tables. The wall space was shorter than what I had.
I may end up painting them, but for now, they’ll do. Updating the drawer pull to a vintage brass one gave it a nice facelift.
I added this Rustic Wood frame with a vintage post card from my great great uncle. I love adding history to my home. This is a post card from when he served in the first World War.
Isn’t that the coolest?
This bedside lamp is a DIY wall sconce Trent and I built from old shutters that we have had for years.
We use these lights all the time – so much more than our old lamps. I think it’s the switch that makes them so easy to use.
You can find the wall sconces on Amazon.
We kept our old dresser the same.
I love how the black compliments the accent wall.
After, I removed the old mirror, I added a vintage one that I sanded down.
I added a tray from my vintage silver collection with some old medicine bottles.
The two wood vases are new from Hobby Lobby.
The lamps I’ve had for years, but updated them with linen lamp shades to match the wall sconces.
This linen picture frame is a repurpose from years ago. I added another vintage postcard and love how it looks!
Corner Arm Chair
To match the French Country Vibe, I moved this chair that I updated last fall for my sunroom. Using mineral paint, I painted the fabric and loved how it looked.
I thought it would fit nicely in this corner. I added a fun boho pillow to give it that modern feel.
This Olive Tree sits so pretty on this vintage crate. And I just love that white dipped basket!
The DIY Wood Wall artwork is coming soon!
When we made over our master closet, we added this door to have easier access.
I wanted something between the doors, but it had to be on the smaller side.
So, this wood shelf from Hobby Lobby was the perfect fit!
I added this DIY frame I made a few years ago and few vintage items to tie off the look.
Ceilings, Walls and Floor
I LOVE these faux cedar beams!
They are the icing on the cake!
After we scraped the popcorn off our ceiling, I knew I wanted something dramatic. Trent came up with a simple and easy way to make these.
Psst….those aren’t metal grommets holding the beams up!
Of course, I made sure to share all the details in our Faux Cedar Beam tutorial post.
I wanted the wall behind our bed to pop against that bed frame, so we opted for an accent wall.
The color is called Iron City and it’s from my custom color collection with RomaBio Paints.
It’s a dark charcoal – almost black and I love how it adds drama to this space!
We also added a new rug to the room. I found this one on Amazon for a steal!
Wall Color: Grace Note White from RomaBio
Accent Color: Iron City from RomaBio
King Size Bed (tutorial on how we sanded it down)
Chunky Knit Pillow (easy tutorial to try!)
Rustic Wood Frame
Shutter Lights (tutorial on how we built them)
Wood Vase Large
Wood Vase Small
Lamps (I’ve had for years but found similar ones here and here)
Linen Lamp Shades
Mineral Painted Fabric Arm Chair (tutorial on how to do it yourself)
Arm Chair (a yard sale find but found a similar one here)
Faux Fur Throw Blanket
White Dipped Wicker Basket Planter
Wood Wall Art Coming soon!
Wood Wall Shelf from Hobby Lobby no longer available
DIY Framed Key Art (tutorial)
DIY Faux Ceiling Beams (tutorial)
So I hope these Master Bedroom Decor sources help you! Let me know if there is anything I left out or if you can’t find something listed.
This was such a fun room renovation and we are excited to move onto the next project!
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