I got the best news yesterday! Well, maybe not the best of all bests, but the builder texted me to tell me I did a great job and the house looks awesome! I was a little worried about what he would think.
So, to commemorate this special event, today I'm going to show you the master bedroom.
during -- I went to RC Willey to pick up this bedroom set specifically for this room and they were out of queens. I was bummed. Luckily the sales guy told me that a full is only 6 inches smaller so I bought it and brought my U-haul on over to the back so the guys could load it in for me. Then I had one heck of a time figuring out the mattress situation. I borrowed a full blow up from a friend. That didn't work out so I bought a blow up and that didn't work out either. This is how it looked with the second blow up mattress -- all tiny and wussy.
after -- In the end I decided to bring in a queen frame, box springs, and a real mattress. I'm so glad I did, even though it was a lot more work. It looks so much better.
If you look at the black and white chair above, you will see that there is a gift on it. Here is a picture of the gift. The card says "Happy Anniversary." Remember the theme from the kitchen (posted two days ago)? Well, I brought it into the bedroom too.
Here's one of my favorite touches -- the picture on the nightstand.
One of my super cool friends took this for their engagement pictures. When I thought of how I would stage this house I immediately thought of her and this picture. I'm staging it for either a young couple with kids at a babysitter's or an empty-nester couple, right? Well, this picture could be either of those. It could be an old picture or it could be a recent picture. Who knows? Well, I do and so do you now but you know what I mean.
So again... before