This week, we’re installing a master bedroom we designed in a model home for Clayton Homes. They’re in the business of affordable, manufactured homes and they wanted us to show how luxurious it can feel–while still on a budget. So we took $2500 and designed a bedroom that feels like a million bucks. We’ll be sharing all the after photos and a video really soon of how it turned out, but we’ll be sharing the install in real time this week–it’s a blank slate!!–and I wanted you to have all the sources in one spot.
Here’s what I came up with:
Area Rug Red/Navy 9×12 $378
Queen Bed $549
Navy Belgian Flax Linen Bed Sheet Set $121
Caned Nightstands: $107/each
Dome Lamps $60/each
Wall Color: Benjamin Moore Boothbay Gray
Curtains: Cool Beige, $113/panel
Curtain Rod: $30
Stool : $149
Curved Desk Lamp: $59
Brass Planter: $39
Here’s how it looks right now:
So yeah, the blankest of slates, really. There are no baseboards in the entire house and they just want us to do the master bedroom and bathroom. So I feel like the no baseboard thing has to stay consistent, BUT, I’d love to add a wall treatment or trim to the back wall to amp up the luxury. Can’t wait to bring you along on this one because we’ve only seen in ONCE in person and I am just hoping that it all comes together. We’ll be there Tuesday and Wednesday. So follow along @chrislovesjulia on Instagram to see us in action and most likely, troubleshooting, in real time.
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We have teamed up with Loloi to create a line of rugs that are as affordable as they are beautiful. This collection houses a great mix of traditional and modern rugs, in cottage-y colorways, as well as vintage-inspired beauties that you’ll want to roll out in every room.
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