I told you I’d share that fun bathroom with the classic black and white floor soon! Here was the peek of it I shared last week, looking in from the boy’s room…
And now here’s more of the craftsman detailing of this sweet little bathroom…
The cabinetry is painted Benjamin Moore’s Chelsea Gray and the walls are my favorite Silver Dollar by Olympic. The shower curtain is from West Elm. The ABC letters were found in Round Top. The big clock is from Pottery Barn. The deer art was found at HomeGoods by my client- as well as the other frame which contains two vintage baseball cards! She had a mat cut to fit. Isn’t that just so cute for a boy’s room or bathroom? This is actually a jack and jill bathroom, so the room with the tub and shower opens to another room with an identical sink area that is off a guest room. We’ll tour that room one day… click here for more of the Montgomery House tour if you’re new here!
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Today I’m sharing with you more after pictures from The Montgomery House. This time its the boy’s room! Above you can see the moodboard I created. Read more about the planning of this space here.
The husband is a hunter. He pulled out a bin of antlers from his garage and sorted through them until he found the perfect set (pair?). He knew the story behind them and remembered his wife being pregnant at the time with their son. I love that they have sentimental value and I think they look pretty cute paired with this clock!
Above the bed is another Lindsay Letter’s piece from her Hobby Lobby line. Just perfect for a little boy’s room! The metal B was a Round Top find.
Here’s the other side of the room. I promise I’ll share that sweet jack and jill bathroom with you next!
My favorite Ikea Kallax, once again making an appearance! You know I love these things. I also have said this a million times, but I love to decorate with books. Especially in a kid’s room- just look at all that fun color! Nothing matchy-matchy here or stressing over “will this pillow case match?” When you use your kids’ toys and books as the color palette, everything matches. Using neutral furniture and wall color gives us a simple base from which to add in all this color so its not overwhelming.
Here’s another glimpse into that bathroom. Notice the transom window above the entrance and the beautiful craftsman moldings. Its little details like this that their builder did a great job with.
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Today I’m sharing another room in the Montgomery House. If you’re new here, this was a big project for me and a dream come true. My dear friend and client asked me to design her custom built home about two years ago. It was my first professional project and helped to launch the business I have now. I finished it up in April and my husband took the photos I’ve been slowly sharing. Click here for more of the posts about this house.
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Okay onto the reason for today’s post- this dreamy master bedroom!
I love long white curtains with a black rod. I read somewhere that a black rod is like eyeliner for your windows. I completely agree. This is the only room we put curtains up in the Montgomery House. Because it is a craftsman style home, every window has these beautiful craftsman moldings. But the bedroom needed the curtains just for a more romantic feeling in my opinion. Since it is so neutral (and I love a neutral bedroom), the more fabrics and textures you can have the better. Curtains add to that. We still get a glimpse of the beautiful woodwork in between.
I’ve put this framed print in several master bedrooms lately. It is by the talented Lindsay Letters but it is part of the line she has available at Hobby Lobby.
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This post is really all about going from dreams to reality.
I created this moodboard about two years ago before I had any idea what I was doing or how any of this would turn out. I made it using a free app on an iPad and taking screen shots of all sorts of pictures on Pinterest. There were no real sources listed for my client, just concepts and ideas (if anyone can source these pictures, please let me know, I’d love to give credit where credit is due!) My client and friend trusted me so much and she and I together made it happen many many months later. She had an amazing builder who at times (I’m sure) thought we were crazy but just did what we asked based off pictures she gave him.
This is the beginning of a series of posts featuring after pictures of The Montgomery House. If you click the tag “Montgomery House” at the bottom of this post, you can see some of the other moodboards I’ve done for this house as well as progress throughout the building process. Thanks for reading and for all your support!! ❤